Glenn Randall, 31st Grand Aleph Shaliach
Jill Goldwasser, 31st International Sh'licha
The Sh'lichim Network oversees our Stand UP and Speak UP campaigns and supports Jewish ritual moments at all experiences. There's a lot of knowledge and skills that come into play for this network and we hope this page will help make your job a little easier. If you can't find what you're looking for, be in touch!
Let's enrich the lives of Alephs and BBGs in every corner of the world. Here's how we're going to do it.
We’re going to work with our counterparts to create spaces for every Jewish teen to feel like they have a home in our Movement regardless of their Jewish identity.
We’re excited to discover and create new ways to make Jewish traditions and practices feel important and relevant for the rest of our lives.
We're going to see more Alephs and BBGs than ever before change the world through strategic and frequent community service campaigns and projects.
We want to educate every Aleph and BBG about Israel with the ultimate goal of developing their own specific and individual connection to our homeland.
If you ever get lost between service, Israel, Judaism, or anything else—find yourself here. Below are our seasonal picks to kick off the year. Of course, this is just the start, for lots more explore the toolbox. If you're looking to really deepen your skills, explore the Israel, Judaics, and Service priority hubs.
It's important to select a cause that your community is motivated to serve. Utilize this tip sheet before making a selection for your chapter or regional Stand UP cause.
Learn about these important moments on the Jewish calendar and how you can meaningfully bring them into your community's programming.
Spend your summer at International KallahI'm In
Even if you think you know everything, a quick refresh won't hurt.
Explore songs from around the world that celebrate our rich tradition and history, learn the words to prayers and how to play them on guitar, and discover the best practices for leading and facilitating services and song session moments.Explore
Chairs and committees are excellent ways to spread leadership roles in your community. Learn about the different kinds of opportunities you can create for members.Explore
Shabbat is always around the corner. Know the best ways to host an unforgettable, meaningful Shabbat experience in your community.
This guide is intended to serve as a resource to enrich Shabbat experiences with additional Jewish content and ideas.Explore
Take inspiration or run services from August Executives Conference.Explore
We set goals all the time in AZA and BBG about membership, programming, fundraising, and more. If you're setting goals, be sure they're SMART ones.Explore
Everyone has a role in making a Stand UP campaign successful. Get ideas for general Stand UP campaign responsibilities and see how roles can be divided between board members, chairs, and general members.Explore
Starting a relationship with organizations can be intimidating. How do you even get started when you make the first call? Build your confidence when calling organizations by looking at this example script between a BBYO member and a Volunteer Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity.Explore
We do what we do because of our values—our Jewish values. Use these terms to guide conversations, create convention themes, and integrate into programming in any service moment.Explore
There is so much to celebrate within our network—service hours, creative Shabbat services, Israel programs, innovation around pluralism, and more. Post on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #ShlichimWins and we'll feature our favorites right here for the world to see.
Gold Coast hosted an inspiring Oneday program.
Central Region West is hard at work preparing for their upcoming Kallah.
Liberty held a Sh’lichim Training in Allentown, PA.