Throughout my high school career, I was a part of a Jewish Youth Group known as BBYO. The group is divided into different regions across the world based on location, and each region has chapters for Jewish teens to join. I was in the chapter David Berger AZA #1823 in the Ohio Northern Region. During my time in BBYO, we volunteered with many different organizations (The Chesed Center in Cleveland, The Cleveland Food Bank, etc.). Through these experiences, we were able to help the community around us and give back. Further, we hosted events often to get together as a chapter (either to have a good time or for educational/volunteering purposes). I was on the executive board of my chapter for 4 years and served as many different positions (included Communications, Treasurer, VP of Recruitment, VP of Programming, and President). The time I spent on board as these positions helped me learn how to lead, communicate, delegate, decision-make, and more. I am extremely grateful for the experiences BBYO was able to provide me in high school, and I am looking forward to using these skills I have acquired in the future.