Shalom and welcome to NFTY's Garden Empire Region NFTY-GER brings together Reform Jewish Teens from New Jersey and parts of New York. Our members come together at many times during the year for learning, worship, and fun to help young Jewish adults build and strengthen lifetime ties with each other and Reform Judaism. More about NFTY-GER >
Here is the packet to run for NFTY-GER Regional Board for the 2015-2016 year1
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MVP Monday: How to Publicize Your Event

NFTY » NFTY-GER   |   Dec 16, 2014 12:00 AM
Bringing together creative and innovative publicizing tactics from NFTY-GER and NE provided us with a large amount of information and many different options to share with you. We invite you to communicate with one another to share useful and effective advertising techniques to help our regions have fun while also encouraging people to sign up for events. Networking with one another as well as partnering with your advisors is the best way to get the creativity flowing! Now that you’ve got the tools, go out and publicize!

NFTY-GER: But Where is “Forth”?

NFTY » NFTY-GER   |   Nov 20, 2014 12:00 AM
I have no doubt there are pieces of God within each of us that enable us to be kings in our own right. We have strengths and weaknesses beyond our knowledge and the only way to tap into these or overcome them is to recognize our own inherent power, inherited from generations of men and women who too have gone forth and have been good, have been great, but above all, have been Jews.

MVP Monday: The NFTY Experience

NFTY » NFTY-GER   |   Nov 17, 2014 12:00 AM
I am so grateful that I was given the opportunity to find out about NFTY my freshman year. As a past MVP, and current Central Recruitment VP, it is so important to realize that everyone comes to NFTY for different reasons. Yet, people stay because of those people who reach out and go the extra mile to befriend a new member.

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