• NFTY-NO Kallah at our Congregation

    I went to services on Friday evening because it was Shabbat and most Friday evenings I go to services. I knew that our congregation, Temple Beth El in Madison, WI, was hosting the NFTY Northern Regional Kallah this weekend, but I wasn’t really thinking about that as I set out for services.

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  • NFTY-CAR: My NFTY Experience

    Since my freshman year, I have been infatuated with NFTY. To outsiders, it comes off very cult-like -- we gather in circles with a twisted candle ablaze in the center; we chant prayers in unison; we cry while leaving each other, separated for many weeks at a time.

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  • NFTY-NE: What we do at Regional Board Meetings

    It's pretty incredible, and incredibly strange to see teens gathered, voluntarily, in a setting more formal than most adults ever participate in. How many teens do you know who choose to spend a Sunday morning following Robert's Rules of Order rather than sleeping in?.

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  • NFTY-PAR: To be an Individual

    Fall Kallah in PAR is known for its superb programming. The schedule is program-packed and they are usually the best of the year, and the programs that PARites connect to the most.

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  • NFTY-GER Lit Team Corner #1

    Welcome to NFTY-GER’s Lit Team corner. Here you’ll find great personal stories, poems, pictures, and other things created by NFTY-GER participants.

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  • NFTY-SW: A Parent-Advisor’s Perspective

    A little over 3 years ago I dropped my daughter off to her first ever NFTY-SW event in Tempe, Arizona. She was 13 years old.

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  • Shalom from NFTY-Northern!

    This week has been a very exciting week for the region.  Since you’re reading this, you’re seeing that NFTY-NO now has the opportunity to blog.

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  • Your Time to Lead: The Campaign for Youth Engagement

    Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Director of Presidential Transition at the URJ, discusses his time in NFTY and how we can work together to engage the Jewish community.

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