We love AZA and BBG, and we want to share our fraternity and sorority (and all its benefits) with Jewish teens around the world. Through our one-of-a-kind experiences and rich traditions, Alephs and BBGs develop a strong Jewish identity, are passionate about making the world a better place for future generations, and are ready to lead. It's not about numbers, it's about enriching as many lives as possible. Let's build a future where someone's Bar or Bat Mitzvah is the beginning of their Jewish life, not the end.
There are important dates to keep in mind when prioritizing growing our Movement. These dates include hands-on training opportunities, Movement mobilization moments, registration dates, and relevant programs that tie to membership.Explore the Calendar
By helping grow our Movement, you may be eligible for the highly esteemed AZA and BBG International Awards listed below.
The Tree of Life Recruitment Award is an honor given to those Alephs in good standing who have played a significant and lasting part in growing the Aleph Zadik Aleph. Their efforts have contributed to the strengthening of our Order’s future. Tree of Life Award recipients leave a legacy in their chapters, councils, regions and countries as they welcome a new generation to love, cherish, and preserve the traditions of the Aleph Zadik Aleph and BBYO.Apply
The B’nai B’rith Girls’ Eternal Light Recruitment Award is an honor given to B’nai B’rith Girls in good standing who played a significant and lasting part in growing the B'nai B'rith Girls. Their efforts have contributed to the strengthening of our Order's future. Eternal Light Award recipients leave a legacy in their chapters, councils, regions, and countries as they welcome a new generation to love, cherish and preserve the traditions of the B'nai B'rith Girls and BBYO.Apply
Want to keep learning? Explore more in the Toolbox!
Understand BBYO’s overarching strategy to activate a pipeline for membership growth.Explore
Get to know what makes AZA & BBG so special: the rituals that are decades old and the traditions we built around them. Click here to access an overview of the MIT/AIT Curriculum and other modules.Explore
Learn the steps of Meet, Record, Invite, Host, and Ask to bring teens closer to BBYO.Explore
Make a copy of this record spreadsheet to recruit new members to your chapter.Explore
Get to know what makes up the BBYO Movement, learn about chapters, and some epic experiences.Explore
Give this Bid Card to a prospective member to help you make the ‘ask’ to join AZA or attend Inductions.Explore
Use this template to break down your Chapter’s Growth Goal (membership goal) into months and weeks.Explore
Looking for an easy way to plan a Rush experience? Look no further! Use this resource for plug and play programs that are quick and easy to plan.Explore
Community Mapping is a process where we explore the layout of our communities to understand who we know and what’s around us so we can use our network and connections to help grow, program, and fundraise.Explore