Brittany Bruck recently returned from coordinating BBYO’s Fall Teen Issue Summit, Hunger Is Not A Game: A Teen Issue Summit on Hunger Awareness and Advocacy, where nearly 80 teens met in Detroit, Michigan to learn, volunteer and advocate to fight hunger.
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What Alumni are Saying
"BBYO was in my community for my parents, me and my children, and I took for granted that it would be here forever. I volunteer for FAN because I now realize I am responsible to ensure it will be here for my children."
Shelley Robbins, Chair, Memphis FAN
"BBYO was an integral part of my high school experience. As a young adult, I continue to use the skills I learned in my everyday life. I have remained close with many people I met in BBYO and even as an adult, BBYO continues to provide me with meaningful experiences."
past International N'siah
"Getting involved with BBYO's Friends and Alumni Network was a 'no brainer.' Having been involved as a teen, I know how important it is that this new generation experience all that BBYO has to offer. I am honored to help make this happen."
Alex Goldman, Greater Jersey FAN
"At BBYO they don't tell you how to be Jewish, they teach you how to have Judaism be part of your life."