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NFTY-NAR: The Potential Energy of Jewish Leadership

We Jewish teens left the summit with a single challenge echoing in our minds: “to embrace change and take risks in order to redefine Jewish youth engagement.” These dreams of expanding Jewish youth engagement and shaping a socially just world are only possible with great leaders at the helm.

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SMART Goals

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. Throughout today’s post, you will learn my personal favorite way of goal setting and how to put a plan into action. Something I learned during my year as TYG MVP was how to create a “SMART Goal”. My TYG Advisor really believed how important it was to have defined goals, rather than just a goal statement. At our board retreat, he showed us this way to format goal setting so that it was clearer to understand and detailed enough […]

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10.13.14 5.1

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. Initiating a conversation among peers can really impact the true meaning of membership: engagement. Making sure that everyone’s voice is heard and that they all have a say is something so simple, yet it is something we often forget to do.

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NFTY-PVP: Our Promised Land

This new year is our Promised Land; it is a brand new beginning, and a year full of promise. This Yom Kippur, don’t just say sorry, reflect on your year as a whole and prepare for a promising land ahead in 5775. Let’s make this a year that we’ll be proud of. Let’s make this a year in which we will be inscribed in the Book of Life.

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Max’s NE blog 10.10

NFTY-RCVP: A Reflection and a Thank-You to NFTY Northeast

The event was wonderful. The board did a great job, I loved being able to meet the participants, whether it was one new songleader from a recently disengaged youth group, AISH, the two boys from Concord, NH, or the well-known Presidents of larger TYGs. NFTY Northeast’s LTI was a few hours packed with enough kavannah, neshama, and ahava to last months.

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NFTY-SAVP: Sports Teams take up Social Action

Each major sports league has charities and foundations that they have either created or are heavily involved with. Each team of that league has their own initiatives. Many players on those teams take part in charitable work, as well. Two common threads of these leagues, teams, and players is their involvement with 1) the youth and 2) healthcare.

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