B'nai B'rith Youth Organization; a jewish youth group.
I went to BBYO cuz I'm a super cool Jew.
by mr. cool-like-wo February 7, 2004
#69 on top 100 deadliest cults
I almost died at a BBYO event.
by NJB69 August 23, 2021
BBYO, or B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, is a trans-denominational Jewish youth organization that provides Jewish teens from grades 9 through 12 with leadership opportunities and social outlets. For more information, visit www.bbyo.org
I was in BBYO when I was a teenager, and it helped me become the person I am today.
by David Belsky February 15, 2005
A group of Jewish kids ages from 13-18 getting together and basically doing drugs and hooking up. So basically a gross cult for Jewish teens
BBYO is where I lost my virginity
by Orval February 10, 2019
B'nai Brith Youth Organization. A jewish teen led orginization giving teens opportunities to make lifelong friends, obtain useful leadership positions, and learn about themselves as jewish teens and individuals. It is separated into two sections: AZAs- the boys; and BBGs- the girls. Both AZAs and BBGs strive to promote community service, pride in jewish heritage, and so much more.
BBYO has helped mold me into the person I am today.
by proud2bAbbg August 27, 2007
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organization is an international pluralistic Jewish youth group for high schoolers. It promotes judaism and leadership. It has been around for more than 80 years and strives to better the community. With more than 18,000 members it provides its members with lifelong friends and strong morals.
I am a damn proud member of BBYO. It has enriched my life so much and has even helped me to get into college!
by star32 August 7, 2007
BBYO is an amazing youth group in which Jewish teens can hang out and go to conventions. Its definatley not a cult and we dont sacrifice animals! We learn our heritage, make friends, have dances, and do commnity service. BBYO changed my life in the best way possible.
Winter Cultural is one of the conventions in BBYO and it is a competition to see who has the most spirit compeating with songs we write, dances we make, cheers we make, and much more.
by Esther Brown September 25, 2007