Muslim Experiences in America
Dec 18th & 19th
Join us for a special 2-day event to learn, grow and have fun.
Day 1 [2 PM - 10 PM]
Challenges of Youth
Strengthening Faith and Spirituality
Preserving our Islamic Identity
De-stigmatizing mental health
Day 1 Schedule
Day 2 [7 AM - 7 PM]
Men & boys:
Soccer, volleyball, basketball, & ping pong
Women & girls:
Soccer, volleyball, & basketball
All ages: 5k Walk
For sports please sign up and bring a $5 registration Fee to be paid on site.
Bonfire and Smores
A special hotel group rate is available at Four Points.
Mufti Hussain Kamani
Instructor at Qalam. He gives lectures, conducts seminars and workshops, and teaches Intensives, and leads Hajj & Umrah groups at Qalam.
National Youth Director for MAS. Mohammed has been working with youth for the past fifteen years. Mohammed has worked closely with local organizations to establish the groundwork for mentorship programs across a few masjids.
MAS Youth Ministry Program Director
Experienced therapist with a
demonstrated history of working in the civic & social organization industry. She currently works full-time at An-Nisa Hope center. Amina has been an active volunteer with ISGH, many political and social advocacy groups, and sits on several non-profit boards.
Author of International award-winning novel, "An Acquaintance," founding member of TDC, and a pastoral counselor for marriage & family, women, and youth issues.
Mohammad Ali Zafar
Licensed clinical social worker and founder of Ajwa Counseling, a counseling practice rooted in a multicultural understanding of mental wellness. Experienced counselor in many settings, including a suicide crisis center, hospitals, school and university counseling centers.