The Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) is the fraternity component of BBYO for ninth through twelfth grade young men. Since its establishment in 1924, AZA has provided Jewish and personal enrichment to hundreds of thousands of young men throughout the world. It's Hebrew letters - Aleph, Zadik, Aleph - stand for Ahava, Tzedakah, Ahdoot, which symbolize fraternal love, benevolence and harmony. With emphasis on the importance of the well-rounded individual, AZA's unique programming includes social programming with B'nai B'rith Girls and other AZA chapters, community service projects, athletic tournaments, and Judaic enrichment programs. Often, AZA chapters plan events jointly with local BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls) chapters and host events to make a difference in a community. The diversity of programming, coupled with the sense of camaraderie and leadership training, which AZA offers is simply paralleled by any other youth organization.
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