Today, on AZA Founders' Day, we have a lot to be thankful for. 91 years is quite a milestone for something that started with 14 boys from Omaha, Nebraska.
Ninety-three teens from the Greater Orlando area, along with 11,000 Jewish teens in 80 communities across 16 countries, participated in a day of community service and improvement projects as they took part in J‑Serve, the International Day of Jewish Youth Service.
Today is the big day! Congratulations to the #BBYOClassof2015 on making your decision on what your plans are for next year! We're pumped to welcome you to the BBYO Friends and Alumni Network (FAN)! Even though you're graduating high school, there are tons of ways for you to stay connected to BBYO as a Lifetime Member. Just let us know where you'll be over the next few years by filling out the BBYO Campus Registry. That way, we'll be able to stay in touch! Read More
BBYO Greater Jersey Hudson River Region is thrilled to announce that we have hit our end of the year membership goal of 1,000 Alephs and BBGs! Since the beginning of the year, GJHRR council and chapter leaders have worked tirelessly to hit this groundbreaking goal. Read More
AZA and BBG membership recruitment is a never-ending objective of healthy chapters. BBYO communities that thrive are always looking for new members and provide a myriad of ways for teens to jump in at any time. We have just posted new resources on MRIHA, AZA and BBG's Relationship Driven Recruitment Model, for you to utilize when developing strategies to grow your chapter and council/region. Click here to access the resources