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United Synagogue Youth’s 66th Annual International Convention in Dallas to Focus on Strengthening Teens’ Leadership Capabilities
This December 25-29, nearly 1,000 Jewish teenagers, educators, professionals, and alumni from United Synagogue Youth (USY) will gather in Dallas, TX for five days of Hanukkah celebrations, interactive learning, and hands-on social action at USY’s 66th International Convention. A program of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), USY is America’s largest Conservative Jewish youth group. This convention marks several firsts for the organization, from its inaugural Texas location to a new milestone in USY’s partnership with NOAM, its sister youth movement that reaches Masorti teens globally. USY will host young adults from ten countries including Israel, Argentina, Ukraine, Uganda, and beyond at the convention and kick off a year-long pairing of NOAM’s global chapters with USY regions. This new program will help foster lasting relationships between Jewish teens from diverse backgrounds, as well as global learning initiatives and social action projects.
Updated: Dec. 14, 2016
Whether you are interested in leading a service at your next convention or need a refresher on your favourite ruach song, iDaven is here to help. USY’s Religion/Education's newest project, the iDaven project, features an extensive collection of Jewish recordings, including tefillot (prayers) and z’mirot (songs), put together exclusively by USYers. Each recording teaches the Hebrew words at a slow, easy-to-follow pace; making you an expert once you’re done. The database is updated regularly with new additions, so be sure to check back often.
Updated: May. 21, 2015