BBYO Brand Update. August 10, 2011. Original Brand Architecture. Stakeholder Groups Surveys. Teens (ILTC, Human Rights Summit, I-Board, Branding Council) Parents (combination of Passport, Panim , AZA/BBG) Board of Directors / Panim Committee All Staff All Advisors FAN Leaders.
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August 10, 2011
BBYO Connect Mission, Principles, Strategies and Program Areas
BBYO Connect Core Principles
Hi! My name is NAME, and I am the BBYO Connect Director of CITY NAME, which is part of BBYO’s REGION NAME consisting of LIST CITIES.BBYO Connect, formerly known as Teen Connection, is a division of BBYO aiming to create a community of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders through social and meaningful experiences that will serve as a gateway to continued involvement in Jewish life.
BBYO Connect offers teens a variety of experiences to help bridge the gap between pre- and post- Bar/Bat Mitzvah and High School programs. The purpose is to provide middle school students with a positive experience in which they can get together with camp, school, and synagogue friends, as well as meet new teens from all over CITY. BBYO Connect allows middle schoolers to begin experiencing the privileges and obligations of being a member of the Jewish and general communities. Focused on Judaic, service and social programming, BBYO Connect builds a network of teens across North America at a critical age when middle school students begin to strengthen their identities, form social circles and prepare for high school and beyond.
Included in this letter is a schedule of events for this year. Some of the events we will host this year include LIST OF EVENTS. INCLUDE MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT KICK-OFF EVENT.
Hopefully we have included all Jewish 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in CITY. If we have inadvertently missed some names, please invite any Jewish middle schooler to please attend our BBYO Connectevents. The more names we have, the bigger our database gets, which means that we have more great participants involved!
I am looking forward to meeting all of you, and having everyone involved in an exciting new year with BBYO Connect.