• MVP Monday: 18 Evening Program Ideas

    The results are in. The most overused (potentially overdone?) evening program is.

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  • MVP Monday – To Infinity and Beyond: A Final Word

    With the wrap-up of the TYG Starter Guide, the basics of membership have been covered. You, as the Membership Vice President, will now be able to take all of this knowledge back to your home region, your TYG, or your community to form and grow leadership higher than it’s ever been before.

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  • MVP Monday: Get SMART!

    Every good youth group event started with a goal. Whether this goal was numerical or experiential, it was a goal nonetheless.

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  • MVP Monday: Top Five Tips to Leadership

    MVP Monday is all about what it means to be a Membership Vice President. This form of leadership is something I’ve learned to be so crucial while being a MVP.

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  • MVP Monday #6: TYG Starter Guide Month 5

    Finally, the end to a long but rewarding process: the fifth month to creating your working TYG. During this month, you’ll find that it’s important to begin adding more educational aspects to your programs, and to make sure that two people co-chair the event planning process.

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  • MVP Monday #3: Getting Your TYG Started

    There are between 400 and 500 TYGs across NFTY right now. At Mechina, NFTY’s leadership experience, the North American Board challenged each Region to engage more teens from congregations who are not active in NFTY.

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  • MVP Monday: Netzer Olami

    Netzer Olami shares a special connection to NFTY, and more specifically, the membership of NFTY. We, as members of the largest Snif in Netzer, have a responsibility to keep the movement thriving.

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  • NFTY-MVP: Coming to a Blog Near You

    COMING SOON TO A BLOG NEAR YOU: MVP MONDAY. I’ve come to realize that in NFTY, we often say we should “start with why,” a quote taken from Simon Sinek’s informational TedTalk (insert link here).

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