If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, actively use it!



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Social Media Guidelines for AZA/BBG Leadership


  1. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, actively use it!

The purpose of social media is to engage and create community. If you are not active, you’re missing out on these opportunities.


  1. You’re a role model offline, be one online. Remember that what you post is visible to 8th graders, parents, donors, and more.

As a BBYO leader, your region looks up to you. When people visit your Facebook profile or read your tweets, they think that what you say and post is acceptable.


  1. Help ensure that BBYO is an inclusive community, even online.  As an AZA/BBG Leader you have incredible influence in your home community. If you see members posting things that are offensive or leave people out don’t just ignore what’s going on in front of you.  




  1. Do not post anything, messages or pictures that you do not want to see on the front page of the New York Times the next day. The Internet is written in ink and lasts forever, even if you’ve already deleted it.




  1. Be careful with the language you choose to use on social media sites.

No one can hear your “tone” online and jokes can easily be misconstrued.  


  1. Monitor the pictures that you post or that are posted of you.

When a picture is posted on the Internet, you are not there to provide a description or an explanation. Avoid questionable photo opportunities to prevent damage to your reputation with BBYO, friends, teachers, colleges, and future employers.


  1. Take time to think about whose friend requests you accept.

Facebook and Twitter can present privacy risks. To ensure that you’re accepting the right friend requests, look for mutual friends or send a message to ask who they are.


  1. Ask Twice, Post Once.

Before creating an account that represents a BBYO region, or International program, confirm with the Program Staff Director that your social media strategy is aligned with their communication plan.


  1. If it’s official, make it official.

When making official BBYO Groups, Events, or Pages make sure to present BBYO in a way that is consistent with the brand and reflects your role within the Order.  Be conscientious about messaging, grammar and spelling. Convey when opinions are your own, and when they are not.


  1. Always remember that social media is your friend.  Ultimately, if used wisely, it has the potential to increase membership, strengthen programming quality, and connect members across the world.  

Social Media Guidelines for AZA/BBG Teens


  1. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, actively use it!

The purpose of social media is to engage and create community. If you are not active, you’re missing out on these opportunities.


  1. You are a proud Aleph or BBG.

A member of AZA and BBG you should act online like you do offline: by upholding the BBYO Code of Conduct and by showing respect for yourself, your sisters, brothers, and the legacy of BBYO teens before you.


  1. Help ensure that BBYO is an inclusive community, even online.  

As an AZA/BBG member you have incredible influence on your peers inside and outside of the BBYO community. If you see someone posting things that are offensive or leave people out don’t just ignore what’s going on in front of you.  


  1. Do not post anything, messages or pictures that you do not want to see on the front page of the New York Times the next day. The Internet is written in ink and lasts forever, even if you’ve already deleted it.




  1. Be careful with the language you choose to use on social media sites.

No one can hear your “tone” online and jokes can easily be misconstrued.  


  1. Monitor the pictures that you post or that are posted of you.

When a picture is posted on the Internet, you are not there to provide a description or an explanation. Avoid questionable photo opportunities to prevent damage to your reputation with BBYO, friends, teachers, colleges, and future employers.


  1. Take time to think about whose friend requests you accept.

Facebook and Twitter can present privacy risks. To ensure that you’re accepting the right friend requests, look for mutual friends or send a message to ask who they are.


  1. Ask Twice, Post Once.

Before creating an account that represents a BBYO region, or International program, confirm with the Program Staff Director that this account is aligned with their communication plan and reflects the proper branding, messaging and goals of the program


  1. Always remember that social media is your friend.  Ultimately, if used wisely, it has the potential to increase membership, strengthen programming quality, and connect members across the world.  

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