Pittsburgh BBYO Chapters

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There are 7 BBYO chapters based all around the city of Pittsburgh: Gateway AZA, David Izsauk (SHAZAM) AZA, Ruach AZA, Chana Leah BBG, Shoshana BBG and Dayenu BBG and Gesherim BBYO. BBYO in Pittsburgh is part of Keystone Mountain Region (KMR): which also includes Charleston and Morgantown, West Virginia. A full schedule of local events is available only to registered members, with some events being open to anybody. To join BBYO, visit our BBYO websiteor contact KMR Regional Director, Lindsay Migdal 412-945-7145 or [email protected].

 

Teens (Grades 8-12)

BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For 90 years, Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) and B’nai Brith Girls (BBG) chapters in communities around the world have been providing exceptional leadership programs and identity enrichment experiences, shaping the lives of 250,000 alumni who are among the most prominent figures in business, politics, academia, the arts and Jewish communal life. Involvement in BBYO is open to any Jewish teen in grades 8-12, regardless of current or previous communal and congregational affiliations. This is a teen led organization that truly empowers all of its members in to growing in to their ‘best self’.

Tweens (Grades 6 & 7)

Is your middle school-er looking for a way to make lasting Jewish friendships outside of their school or congregation? BBYO Connect is a program for middle school students who want to enjoy social, recreational, athletic, cultural, and Judaic activities with new friends. There is no membership fee to participate in Teen Connection events (although some events do have a fee).

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