The due dates aren’t hard to keep up with because they give you a lot of time to finish your piece.
Have you ever gotten an article you wrote published on a website? Well, now you have the chance! Everyone will know your name and see your articles on the website which is so cool.
Everyone wants to get involved in BBYO internationally, so why not enjoy what you're doing!
We all need more stuff to put on our platforms to make us stand out, and Press Corps is the perfect way to do it!
We all know and love BBYO staff and dream of being their friends. If you join our team, you can have the opportunity to work with them and get to know them!
Everyone is so friendly and nice! When you join the group everyone texts to welcome you in. We also have monthly hangouts where we all just talk and have fun together.
Press Corps gave me one of the best opportunities in my life, which was being able to go live on BBYO insider. I wouldn’t have gotten that chance without it.
I have gotten to know and become friends with so many cool and awesome people through this committee. It’s so great because we are all interested in writing and of course BBYO!
2. Cool Experience for Future Journalists
If you want to be a Journalist, then Press Corps is the place for you! They let you write about anything you want and show you what it’s like to get an article you wrote posted on a website!
I have had so many positive moments in Press Corps and I would not trade this experience for anything. Even if you don’t want to be a journalist and you just like to write, then you should definitely join the team!
Shayna Kotler is a BBG from Northern Region East: DC and lives for musical theatre and making her friends happy. She also loves scrunchies.
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.
Youth engagement in politics is extremely important—especially today. I connected with Bebe Schafer to get her thoughts on why it's important.
The reverberations from the deadly attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue are still rippling throughout the community, even two years later.
Get The Shofar blasted to your inboxSubscribe