BBYO Is Looking for Advisors for Boulder Chapters

bbyo logoBBYO is looking for volunteer advisors for its Boulder chapters!  BBYO is the Jewish community’s largest teen leadership development program, offering more than 25,000 North American Jewish teens an opportunity to participate in AZA and BBG chapters annually.  For these teens, one of the most influential aspects of the BBYO experience is the interaction with their chapter Advisor.  Advisors are role models for BBYO members, helping AZA and BBG chapters with their programs, and working with teens to develop the character and confidence they need to handle the challenges of the high school years.

While volunteering as a BBYO advisor is a serious commitment, in Colorado, we try to make the responsibility as easy to fulfill as possible.   In fact, we often try to make sure that each chapter has two advisors so that coverage can be provided if one person isn’t available.  Serving as an advisor can be a unique opportunity to give back to BBYO, add value to the lives of Jewish teens, and make connections that will offer an escape from your daily routine.

Additionally, BBYO advisors are a part of the International Advisor Network.  Being a BBYO advisor opens up other opportunities such as:

  • Access to BBYO’s Friends & Alumni Network (FAN)
  • Staffing opportunities for BBYO’s Passport Travel Trips, Domestic Immersive experiences and International Convention
  • Attending BBYO’s Advisor Leadership Training Conference (ALTC)
  • Connecting with over 700 advisors across North America

At this time, BBYO is looking for new male and female advisors who can take responsibilities for BBYO chapters in Boulder. Please share this information with your contacts who may be interested. More information can be found at the BBYO National website.

BBYO is the leading pluralistic teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For more than 80 years, BBYO has provided exceptional identity enrichment and leadership development experiences for hundreds of thousands of Jewish teens. The young women’s division is called BBG (B’nai B’rith Girls), while the young men’s division is AZA (Aleph Zadik Aleph). Rocky Mountain Region includes Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Albuquerque, NM.

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