IC, a moment in time where Jewish teens all migrate to one state for a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience, to reunite with their friends, to moshpit together at concerts, and more! You may have seen various articles on here about what different teens recommend bringing to IC, but have you ever wondered what staff brings to IC? Well I’m here to tell you just that! So far, staff's favorite things to bring to IC are:
All of these answers are absolutely amazing and I would love to extend my gratitude and thanks to all the staff that chose to participate! I am deeply grateful for your answers, Huge thanks to;
Andrea Lefton (BBYO Staff)
Jen Appel (BBYO Staff)
Tarryn Winik (NRE- NoVa council)
Sarah Yonas (LSR)
Courtney Fields (NTO #74 (Go penguins!!!) )
I truly hope this article can be helpful to you readers in some way whether its realizing “hey! Thats not a bad thing to add onto my packing list!” or I hope that it was just an interesting read all around. Before I close out this article I definitely would like to add that if you feel just a * little* lost when it comes to packing don’t forget to check out the spirit guide but most importantly ask around! It’s definitely a lifesaver :).
Submitting this article with an undying love for all BBYO staff and NTO #74
Micah Pierandri (See y’all in Dallas!)
Micah Pierandri is a BBG living in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a she can sight read Haftorah! She loves photography and social media work, but is also a very passionate person about topics in the world.
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