JAM Goes National!
February 25th, 2024
JYCA’s Jews Against Marginalization (JAM) program presents: a national hangout for Jewish youth of color! If you identify as a Jewish youth of color, or if you are a person of color with Jewish ancestry, we invite you to an afternoon of fun and community-building with intergenerational Jews of color.
You do not want to miss out on our national hang on Zoom, on February 25th from 2pm pst to 3:30pm pst / 5pm est to 6:30pm est!Find Out More
Hevruta Gap-Year: Shalom Hartman Institute
February 29th, 2024
Join our vibrant community of Israelis and North Americans for an unforgettable experience surrounded by peers dedicated to learning, community building, and making a positive impact. Forge lifelong connections, embark on a transformative journey, and spend a year after high school in Hevruta.Find Out More
Passes On Sale NOW for AFF 2024!
March 3rd, 2024
Passes are now on sale for the 14th annual Athena Film Festival, the premier festival dedicated to celebrating women’s leadership and advancing inclusion on screen. Use the code AFF-Partner which will unlock a discount of $25 on any premier pass purchase. See you there!Find Out More
Apply to the Great Jewish Books Summer Program
March 4th, 2024
Great Jewish Books is a one week residential program full of social, cultural, and recreational opportunities—and no grades. The program brings together high school students who read for the love of reading and who are eager to discover the treasures of the Jewish canon. They come to the Yiddish Book Center in beautiful western Massachusetts—home to five prestigious colleges and universities—to read, discuss, argue about, and fall in love with modern Jewish literature.Find Out More
Submit Your Story: October 7 and the Israel/Gaza War
June 30th, 2024
The events of October 7 and the ensuing Israel/Gaza war have been shaped by gender in ways that have been underreported and underexplored. Documenting the experiences of a diverse array of Jewish women and gender-expansive people is essential to understanding this important moment. Use JWA’s set of questions to share your own story or interview a Jewish woman or gender-expansive person about their thoughts and experiences. We welcome written or audio submissions in any language and from people oFind Out More