naboNational Board is comprised of 13 NCSYers from 9 different regions across North America. They aim to enrich NCSY programming, to serve as staff on National Conventions, and to serve as role models for their peers. There are four teams on National Board, Summer Programs, Social Action, Education and Social Media. Each team corresponds to a different department of the NCSY National Office, and the teens have the privilege of working with a professional liason from that office to receive guidance and inspiration. National Board members have developed innovative programming, run social media platforms, created educational content and have run social action campaigns, affecting hundreds of NCSYers around the world.

Meet your 2016-2017 NCSY National Board!
November 17, 2016

  Dear NCSYers, It is an exciting time for NCSY. Yeshiva and Public school teens across the country are engaging with their chapters on a daily basis. Fall regionals...

National Board D’var Torah: Parshat Emor!
May 20, 2016

In the Haftorah for Parashat Emor, the Jewish people are reminded that the Kohanim are not given a part of Israel because “God is their possession”. This seems like...

Yom Ha’Atzmaut NationaLNL!
May 15, 2016

Sophia Stepansky, National Ambassador of Education, taught a beautiful Yom Ha’Atzmaut NationaLNL session!

National Board Rosh Chodesh Update: Iyar!
May 6, 2016

Hi everyone! On May 8th and 9th, 2016, we’ll be welcoming the new Jewish month of Iyar! Our monthly Rosh Chodesh updates will give you a spark of inspiration,...

National Board Dvar Torah: Acharei Mot
May 5, 2016

We all know when a teacher starts listing off rules we automatically start tuning every word out, because it sounds like they are saying bla bla and seems whatever...

National Board Dvar Torah Parshat Metzora!
April 15, 2016

In the merit of the continued safety of Rebbeinu Meir Hillel ben Raizel Esther In the midst of describing the over 200 mitzvot found in the book of Vayikra,...

NCSYer Spotlight: “Not-A-Haggadah”
April 12, 2016

New York NCSYers wanted to somehow uplift Pesach Seders while also providing an engaging explanation to many of the rituals we perform on the nights of Pesach… the result?...