As a teenage girl, being a role model in BBYO as a BBG is both an honor and a responsibility. BBYO is a youth-led organization that empowers Jewish teens to develop leadership skills, create meaningful connections, and make a positive impact on their communities. As a BBG, I have the opportunity to inspire and guide other young women to become leaders and make a difference in the world.
Being a role model means being someone who others can look up to and learn from. It means showing kindness, compassion, and respect towards others, and being a positive influence in their lives. It also means being responsible and accountable for my actions, and striving to always do my best.
In BBYO, I have learned that being a role model is not about being perfect, but about being authentic and true to myself. It's about embracing my strengths and weaknesses, and using them to grow and learn from others. It's about being open to new experiences and perspectives, and being willing to listen and learn from those around me.
As a BBG, I have had the opportunity to lead and participate in a variety of programs and initiatives that have helped me develop my leadership skills and make a positive impact on my community. From organizing community service projects to planning social events, I have learned the importance of teamwork, communication, and creativity in achieving our goals.
Most importantly, being a role model in BBYO has taught me the value of friendship and sisterhood. BBYO has given me the opportunity to connect with other Jewish teens from around the world, and to form lifelong friendships that are built on trust, respect, and shared experiences. Together, we can inspire and support each other to become the best versions of ourselves and make a positive impact on the world around us.
In conclusion, being a role model in BBYO as a BBG is a privilege and a responsibility that I take very seriously. Through my experiences in BBYO, I have learned the importance of leadership, friendship, and community, and I am grateful for the opportunity to inspire and guide others to become leaders and make a difference in the world.
Emma is a BBG living in Ardsley NY she loves baking!
All views expressed on content written for The Shofar represent the opinions and thoughts of the individual authors. The author biography represents the author at the time in which they were in BBYO.
This is the pilot article of a series chronicling the impact of one membership class on an AZA chapter and its Alephs.
There are thousands of reasons to come to International Convention, but here's why I'm going.
Get The Shofar blasted to your inboxSubscribe