• Throwback Thursday: NW, MI, SAR

    Leadership was everywhere this weekend. NFTY-Northwest, Southern Area, and Michigan all hosted Leadership-events.

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  • NFTY-PAR: United Donations

    NFTY brings thousands of Jewish teenagers from across the country together. People might ask the significance of NFTY and one might answer, “to form friendships” while another might say, “to learn about Judaism.” It took me a while to realize what made NFTY special to me as an individual.

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  • Throwback Thursday: NFTY SW, MV, OV, TOR

    Four regions hosted events this week, from every corner of the country. Check out all of the fun and excitement from the events!.

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  • NFTY-President: What Can Legislation Do For Us?

    Open any newspaper. Immigration is a “crisis” that is nowhere near being resolved.

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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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  • Throwback Thursday: PAR and NE

    After a wonderful summer, NFTY-PAR and NFTY-NE both kicked off their new school year with an event. PAR's Summer Leadership Kallah and NE's Summer Institute were both roaring successes.

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  • How Can We Redefine Leadership?

    NFTY is made up of over 7,000 Jewish teens from across North America. In each of the 19 regions, there is a wide range of teens who serve on their regional board.

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  • NFTY: The Balance of Chukat

    The following is a D’var Torah given by NFTY President Debbie Rabinovich on the first day of the summer session at the URJ Kutz Camp. This week’s parsha, Chukat, is filled with contradictions.

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  • Not Four Years but Forever

    School’s out for summer… or at least Hebrew school is. My son Lathan, while waiting to graduate secular high school at the end of June, officially completed 13 years (including kindergarten) of Hebrew school, which he lovingly refers to as “Jew school.” In those 13 years, Lathan has seen countless changes in our synagogue’s staffing and structure, including the merger of our congregation with another.

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  • NFTY Goes to Netzer Veida: MLK Day at Har Hertzl

    As the sun was dawning on Martin Luther King Jr. day in the United States, the Netzer Veida delegates were engaged in a tour of Mount Herzl and the Herzl Museum in Jerusalem.

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