Jetpac Programs

We are the only Muslim civic education organization that is working with students from high-school age all the way through to young professionals and empty-nesters. Our programs focus on training people to be altruistic organizers for their communities — while we are focusing on the American Muslim community at the moment, we’re open to working with allies across all intersections!

Community Leaders Fellowship

Our Fellows go on to be community organizers, campaign staff, and candidates for public office!

Afroz Khan

Newburyport, MA

Ahmed Salim

Chicago, IL

Copy of AK Ikwuakor

Everett, MA

Alisha Ukani

Cambridge, MA

Bushra Amiwala

Chicago, IL

Deedra Abboud

Scottsdale, AZ

Leyla Isik

Cambridge, MA

Mohammad Dar

Boston, MA

Nichole Mossalam

Malden, MA

Sameena Mustafa

Chicago, IL

Sarah Khatib

Walpole, MA

Uzma Syed

Syosett, NY

Zafer Latef

Saddle River, NJ

Zunaira Malik

Boston, MA

Youth Engagement Program

Educating our younger generations is key to ensuring future community engagement.

In 2017, Jetpac was proud to partner with Al Noor Academy in Mansfield, MA to bring them their first ever Advanced Placement course. This curriculum, accredited by The College Board, teaches the framework of US Government, the history of civil rights in America, practical aspects of grassroots organizing, and parallels between democratic republic ideals and the tenets of Islam.

The class was open to the public, and proved to be a huge success. Soon, we’ll be teaching this important course over an intensive weekend, every quarter. We’ll be announcing guest speakers, and digitizing the material to better distribute it to under-represented communities across the country. If you’d like to express your interest in this program – as a student, parent, teacher, speaker, or host – email

Community Calendar

This is an automated calendar of events sourced from Jetpac- and ally-hosted opportunities. Let us know if you’d like to be included on the calendar!

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