• Moving Forward with NFTY

    To be a NFTYite means being a leader. To be a NFTYite means pushing our movement forward.

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  • NFTY Alumni: Past President Zach Newburgh on ARZA Slate

    Israel is, for Zach, as it is for many Jews, a place that evokes a wide range of emotions. “I’m deeply cozach-newburgh=2ncerned and troubled ,” he says.

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  • NFTY Alumni: Coming Back to NFTY

    I don't think I said anything profound, but I do remember saying that before I was president of NFTY, I was president of SCFTY, at which one person said, "My mom was in SCFTY." I suppose this could have made me feel old, but mainly it made me feel glad--I felt I was part of a continuity, and perhaps even more important, that the NFTYites in that room were part of a continuity.

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  • NFTY Alumni: New Newsletter for Alumni on Campus

    With 75 years under our belt, the wide world of NFTY alumni spans generations. We want to bridge the gap between current NFTY members and the NFTY alumni network by creating resources specifically for our youngest group of alumni: those on campus.

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  • NFTY Alumni: Giving the Next Generation Access to Their Dreams

    For most of middle school, high school, and college – NFTY and Television News were my life. So, earlier this year when a friend gave me the opportunity to share my professional experiences in the Television News field with current Reform Jewish teens, I jumped at the chance.

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  • Why I decided to shave my head

    Recently, I combined my two favorite things, community and social action. It started because of an 8 year old who was diagnosed with Leukemia (AML) in 2012, Sammy Sommer.

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  • NFTY-SW: Coming Back to NFTY

    When I graduated from NFTY in 2012, I knew my NFTY journey was not yet over. I knew I would be coming back one day as college staff to regional events and that I would live vicariously though the stories that my sister would tell me.

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  • Why I’m proud to be a NFTY Alumna

    Almost 15 years after my first event as a participant, I was truly struck by the amount of alumni who had also returned this weekend to be part of the largest Winter Kallah these two regions have ever seen.

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