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NFTY-NEL: Derech Atid 2014, An Event of Firsts

Every year, NFTY NEL brings together the leaders of the region for a weekend full of leadership training, learning, singing, dancing, and of course, AsehFUN at an event we like to call Derech Atid.

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NFTY-NEL: My First Event

Going to my first NFTY-NEL event was, for lack of better words, an interesting affair. When it started, I was on the outside of the social circle that is NEL, but by the end, I too was heartbroken to leave the event and the friends that I had made.

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NFTY-NEL: Learning To Save The World and Inspire Others

NFTY-NEL: Learning To Save The World and Inspire Others

When people ask me what I want to be when I grow up, I tell them I am going to save the world. Their responses vary, but I am confident I will do just that because I have a pretty good foundation, thanks to both NFTY- NEL and URJ Camp George.

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How NFTY Influenced My Commitment as a Reform Jew

Now it is for those of my generation to say to each of you – that the future is with you. Words from Mark Anshan, former NFTY President and alumni of NFTY-NEL, as he looks back on how NFTY shaped his life.

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Making a Difference on Mitzvah Day

Youth groups across North America came together on May 12, 2013 for a day of tikkun olam. Learn more about a handful of the incredible projects that benefited throughout the day.

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Men can be Rabbis?!

“Who’s that guy?” I asked my mom. “He’s the rabbi,” she answered. I stared up at my mom, with a blank gaze on my face. When I was eight years old, my family joined a synagogue for the first time. Even before then, we always had a fairly strong sense of Jewish identify in our home – celebrating Shabbat every week at my grandparents’ house and observing Rosh Hashanah, Pesach and Chanukah together. From an early age, I was taught how to express the guttural ‘ch’ sound that permeates our people’s speech, and I have fond memories of helping my […]

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