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We have compiled some of the most popular organizations that provide programming for Jewish young professionals. This list is by no means comprehensive but we are working on expanding it as we build our site. Feel free to email us with organizations you’d like to see.


These are some of the most popular synagogues that have strong programming for Jewish young professionals.

Conservative synagogue in Cleveland Park
Modern orthodox synagogue in Georgetown
Hosts Shabbat, classes, and other events aligning most closely to modern Orthodox.
Sixth & I is a non-denominational synagogue in Chinatown
Reform synagogue in Northern Virginia
Reform synagogue in NW DC with shuttle bus option from Dupont Circle for monthly YJP Shabbat

Culture & Social

These organizations largely focus on bringing YJPs together for cultural and social events.

DCJCC's EntryPoint program has tons of events for YJPs and the broader JCC is a hub for Jewish culture

Moishe Houses

Moishe House is an organization that supports young Jewish adults in creating vibrant Jewish communities. They operate through a global network of houses where residents plan and host various activities such as Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, educational programs, and community service projects.  Through peer-led initiatives, Moishe House aims to engage and connect young Jews worldwide, fostering meaningful Jewish experiences and building lasting relationships. The programs hosted in houses are for individuals between the ages of 22 and 32.

Leadership & Advocacy

These organizations have young professional programs oriented around leadership and advocacy.

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