NFTY

AcronymDefinition
NFTYNorth American Federation of Temple Youth
NFTYNortheast Federation of Temple Youth (various locations)
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43) Yet another example illustrates the extent to which NFTY, by the early 1960s, had adopted Israel as a Reform concern.
Only students active in NFTY with exemplary academic records and a solid foundation in Hebrew were eligible to apply.
84) This view mirrors those propounded elsewhere in Reform youth culture, such as at NFTY weekend conclaves and at summer camps.
At NFTY conclaves, at summer camps, and in the pages of Keeping Posted, postwar Reform youth learned that to be a good Jew and a good American meant engaging with Israel.
Excerpts from NFTY president's report, NFTY National Convention, March 1946, in Bulletin 1 (Man-Apr.
These bulletins can be found in file 3, box 1, NFTY Records.
The manual can be found in file 2, box 1, NFTY Records.
1948): 1 (file 6, box 1, NFTY Records); Schallek News, May 10, 1949 (file 8, box I, NFTY Records); Junior Society Bulletin, Apr.
Handbook, NFTY Camp Leadership Institutes, 1957, file 3, box 3, NFTY Records.
1946, file 3, box 1, NFTY Records; B'Atid Yearbook, 1962 MAFTY Leadership Institute, file 5, box 3, NFTY Records.
Handbook, 11th Annual National Camp Leadership Institutes, 1958, file 3, box 3; Handbook, 12th Annual National Camp Leadership Institutes, 1959, file 3, box 3; Handbook, 13th Annual National Camp Leadership Institutes, 1960, file 4, box 3; B'Atid Yearbook, 1962 MAFTY Leadership Institute, file 5, box 3; MAFTY Songster 1962, file 5, box 3; all in NFTY Records.
President's Workshop outline, 1963, file 7, box 3, NFTY Records.