MCNA (Muslim children of North America 6 to 9 years old) brings Muslim children of all backgrounds together to learn about Islam, helping them tackle real-life concerns and offering support in living as dedicated young Muslims.
Young Muslim Jr. (YMj) caters to middle school-aged children typically between the ages of 10-13 years old. As future leaders of the Muslim community, the children at YMj learn about Islam through project-based activities in their community. They are trained to become responsible and compassionate leaders who can make a positive impact on the world around them. YMj serves as a bridge between Muslim Children of North America (MCNA) and Young Muslims (YM), providing a seamless transition for the children as they grow up and move on to become members of YM. With its innovative approach to learning and nurturing young minds, YMj provides a platform for Muslim children to believe, learn and lead in their community.
YMj sessions will be held in Rooms 343-344.
MCNA-YMj provides various programs such as monthly Prime Time, Ymj courses, Book Club, and Journey through the Quran (Jttq). Additionally, they offer publications such as Companion Magazine and Ramadan Rover Booklet, which are designed for children by the children.