NFTY-NE Spring Conclavette

We are thrilled to be hosting the NFTY Northeast Spring Conclavette, March 29-31, 2019!
This is a large undertaking and we need all hands on deck!
Here’s what that means…
  • Our teens, with the support of leadership from the NFTY Northeast region will plan a weekend of programs, worship services and fun.
  • Approximately 275 teens in Grades 8-12 and 45 youth professionals from across New England will participate in the event.
  • We need volunteers to host teens in your homes and get them to and from the Temple throughout the weekend (even if you don’t have a teen participating) 
Below is information from NFTY Northeast that explains what is involved with being a host family along with a link to a form where you can indicate if you are interested and available to help us out.
Please note there will be lots of other ways to get involved if you are unable to host teens in your home! We will share that information as the event gets closer.
Friday PM (~9:30PM) – Pick up teens from Beth-El
Saturday AM (~9:00AM) – Drop off teens at Beth-El
Saturday Afternoon (~4:00PM) – Pick up teens from Beth-El
Saturday Evening (~7:00PM) – Drop off teens at Beth-El
Saturday Night (~10:00PM) – Pick up teens from Beth-El
Sunday Morning (~9:00AM) – Return teen to Beth-ElFood:
Please plan to provide breakfast and dinner on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and some snacks. If you have any questions about these requirements, please let us know! More details will be provided prior to the event and at our host family meeting in early 2019.FAQ:
– You do not need to have a teen attending this event (or any teens in your home) to host for Spring Conclavette.
– Teens will bring sleeping bags, and you are not required to provide beds, only floor space. 
– Host homes can house anywhere from 4-9 teens (including any teens from your family attending the event).
– Host families can house 10+ teens only if they also offer a guest room to a NFTY Staff Member or Chaperone. 
– Host families can be up to (approximately) a 20 minute drive from Temple Beth-El.