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The youth-elected officials have their own set of titles, derived from Hebrew.
Much responsibility is given to individual chapters and regions as to which officials they wish to elect. BBYO chapters typically contain the same basic positions as AZA and BBG chapters, with the gender corresponding with the name of the position. Some may have double positions, where an AZA and a BBG share the same position. For example, the BBG office of MIT Mom corresponds to Moreh for AZA.
- Godol (meaning "great one") - President
- S'gan (meaning "deputy") - Vice President of Programming
- Moreh (meaning "teacher") - Vice President of Membership
- Mazkir (meaning "Secretary") - Vice President of Communications
- Shaliach (meaning "representative") - Vice-President of Religion, Community Service, Social Action, and Israeli Awareness
- Gizbor (meaning "Treasurer") - Vice President of Treasury
- Sofer ("scribe") - Newspaper editor/Social Media
- Shoter Godol and Kotone - Guards
- Kohane Godol - Immidiate past president
- N'siah (meaning "[female] President")
- S'ganit ("[female] deputy") - Vice President of Programming First
- MIT Mom - Vice Presicent of Membership
- Mazkirah (meaning "[female] Secretary") - Vice President of Communication
- Sh'licha ("[female] representative" of the Religious Chair) - Vice-President of Religion, Community Service, Social Action, and Israeli Awareness
- Orechet - Newspaper editor/Social Media
- Safranit - Scrapbook chair
- Mashgicha - Parliamentarian
- Yalda shel Shemesh - Sunshine Girl