Chapter Leadership Training Conference (CLTC): CLTC is designed for AZA and BBG members who want to learn how to build and strengthen their chapters. Each session welcomes a community of fewer than 100 teens and is staffed by BBYO professionals. At CLTC, you will meet teens from across North America, form mock chapters and learn targeted skills that will help you strengthen and lead your chapter at home. International Leadership Training Conference (ILTC): ILTC is designed for AZA and BBG members who are, or aspire to be council, regional or international leaders in BBYO. During your time at ILTC and Perlman Camp, you will strengthen your leadership skills, learn new ideas and gain the tools to implement them at home.
International Kallah: Kallah is a unique opportunity to determine what it means to you to be Jewish. A community of incredible educators, staff and guests will share the diversity of Jewish life and help you explore who you are and who you want to become. No topic is off limits, and no opinion is taboo – be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience to learn as much from your teachers as they do from you.
International Leadership Seminar Israel (ILSI): ILSI is an elite leadership program designed for BBYO members and welcoming Jewish teens from around the world. This enrichment experience combines educational touring, leadership learning, interactive and engaging seminars and meaningful community service.
IMPACT (Boston, Chicago, Washington DC): IMPACT provides jewish teens from around the world an opportunity to make an "impact" on the communities, both jewish and general, surrounding them. You will learn about the social and economic issues facing the communities you visit. Through community service, philanthropy, and site-seeing, you will have a complete experience in the city you choose.
BBYO Michigan Business and Entrepreneurship Institute: The BBYO Michigan Business and Entrepreneurship Institute highlights Jewish business leadership and engages teens to learn through classroom activities and field trips. On campus at the University of Michigan, participants will learn about competitive advantage, marketing, finance and product development. The two week program, powered by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, concludes with a competition where teens present original business plans to a panel of judges from the local business community and the winners are awarded funding for their business plan. In addition, BBYO will offer exciting and meaningful content from a Jewish perspective, including Shabbat programming, opportunities to learn about entrepreneurship in Israel and more.
Ambassadors to Bulgaria: Be a part of a close-knit group of Jewish teens from North America, Bulgaria and Serbia instilling hope in a Jewish community with a remarkable past. Join the 10-day Ambassadors to Bulgaria experience, and take part in community service projects, build lasting friendships with local Jewish teens from Eastern Europe, and tour a beautiful land that is one of Europe's best kept secrets. BBYO Passport (Israel, Europe, South Africa, Costa Rica, Western USA): Passport trips span destinations on five continents and combine elements of active touring, community service, and meaningful Jewish experiences. Our programs embrace pluralistic values and prior involvement with BBYO is not necessary.
International Convention (IC): Experience BBYO on an International Level by participating in IC over Presidents Day Weekend. IC includes programming, elections, and International Executive board meetings.