Since 1924, we open and close our meetings the same way, recite the same words during inductions, and sing spirit songs that have stood the test of time. These moments enhance the brotherhood and sisterhood in our chapters and are what make our Movement so special.
There are important dates to keep in mind when prioritizing Israel programming and experiences. Israel programming and community opportunities happen regularly on BBYO On Demand through the Explore Israel Committee and partner organizations.
By keeping our traditions alive, you may be eligible for several highly esteemed AZA and BBG International Awards.Explore International Awards
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Utilize this script anytime you’re running elections.Explore
Print and award these certificates to seniors during Life Ceremonies.Explore
Review common events to inform your calendar planning on a Chapter or Regional Level.Explore
Understand the specific responsibilities of our commonly elected positions in AZA and BBG.Explore
Keep this guide handy when it’s time to induct your Members-in-Training (MITs) or new members into BBG.Explore
Learn how to build brotherhood or sisterhood in your chapter and create a culture of praise and celebration by facilitating Good and Welfare sessions at the end of meetings and programs.Explore
Use this script when putting together your States Ceremony at any level of AZA and BBG. A States Ceremony is an opportunity for the Godol and/or N'siah to share wins and visions for the future about their community.Explore
Learn the lyrics to AZA and BBG's pep songs to lead with confidence at meetings and conventions. The songs can also be found in the Red and Blue Books.Explore
Understand why we run Movement Initiatives and how it ties to our year-round MRIHA strategy.Explore