Our Movement functions because it's run by us, for us. If you want to see something changed in our Movement, you can write a motion. If you want to serve in an elected position, you can run. If you want to start a new campaign, you can organize. We are member-led and staff supported. You have the power to make this your movement. How will you use it?
There are important dates to keep in mind when prioritizing our chapter operations and democratic traditions.
By keeping our traditions alive, you may be eligible for several highly esteemed AZA and BBG International Awards.Explore International Awards
Want to keep learning? Explore more in the Toolbox!
The BBYO Code of Conduct is designed with the health, safety and well-being of teens, staff, advisors and participants in mind. By being a member of AZA and BBG, you have committed to abiding by the rules of the Code of Conduct.Explore
There's a lot that goes into running an election. From nominations to slide downs to caucuses—here's your guide to how we do it in AZA and BBG.Explore
Participate in AZA tradition by opening and closing meetings with this script.Explore
Submit this form to apply for a Celebratory Chapter Charter.Explore
The Member's Manual of the Aleph Zadik Aleph.Explore
Submit this petition to become a Permanent Chapter of BBYO.Explore
Order fraternity and sorority flags for members to put up in their rooms and to put up at chapter meetings and events. Flags are designed a 3'x5' but customize to the size you need!Explore
These are the expectations and values that all participants should abide by, whether in-person or online, to create a positive environment that is welcoming, inclusive, and safe for all.Explore
BBYO uses a modified version of Robert’s Rules of Order to run meetings.Explore