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Diamond Jubilee Volunteer Registration Continues

The National Council for the United States of America is pleased to announce the launch of Diamond Jubilee Volunteer Registration, offering Ismailis around the nation the opportunity to serve the Imam-e-Zaman and build lasting memories during the Diamond Jubilee.

All Jamati members (including uniform and non-uniform volunteers) over the age of 8 as well as interfaith family members can register to serve in multiple events and on multiple days.

Interested volunteers and Jamati members can register online by creating and managing their Jubilee Event Management System (JEMS) profile. Interested members may also register in person at Jamatkhana, where registration volunteers will be available for assistance.

For more information about volunteer registration, visit the JEMS Help site.

Parental Involvement Awareness Week 2017 - Webinar recordings available until Feb 28

Parental Involvement Awareness Week 2017 team is pleased to share the recordings of following webinars hosted by our Jamati Institutions with parents and Jamati members involved with youth ages Birth to 18 years of age. These webinars will be available for the Jamat’s viewing until February 28, 2018.

Fields and Skills of the Global Future

Positioning ourselves within the fields of the global future and equipping ourselves with those skill sets, will help us serve as Knowledge Leaders. Career fields globally are rapidly changing driven by technological change, demographic shifts, and climatological shifts. This webinar explores how to iterate on our future plans, as these fields will inevitably evolve, to ensure we are positioned for knowledge leadership in the coming 20-30 years. Watch this webinar now

Nurturing Relationships Between Teens & Caregivers

The objective of this webinar is to empower and teach caregivers and adolescents to form strong partnerships that facilitate social-emotional growth and mental wellness for the entire family. This webinar provides all caregivers with effective tools to increase connection in their relationship with teenagers, and learn healthy ways to communicate their thoughts and feelings. Adolescents will learn how to advocate for themselves by communicating their needs and understand how to ask for support when facing various life challenges. Watch this webinar now

From Conversation to Action: Promoting the Importance of Service

In today's time, social media has given our children access to instantaneous information and news. Exposure to this information sparks curiosity, emotions, and opinions in young people. This becomes an opportunity for parents to engage in meaningful conversation on how we as individuals can increase our knowledge and harness our energy towards positive impact. This webinar explores tips on how to engage in conversations with youth about the importance of service and, furthermore, encourage them to participate in service activities in their local communities. Watch this webinar now

Introducing the Family Reflections Program!

We are excited to launch the Family Reflections Program. In launching this program in the U.S., we acknowledge the creativity and generosity of our Canadian brothers and sisters who have taken the initiative to develop and share the Family Reflections Program with us.

 What is the Family Reflections Program?

As an individual, family or group of friends, we invite you to participate in the monthly activities that are listed below. Each activity includes a description, questions and relevant links to serve as a starting point for reflection and conversation around the then current Diamond Jubilee theme.

Most activities are geared towards everyone in the Jamat, regardless of age or other demographics. Developed to celebrate Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Diamond Jubilee, the activities align with the broader themes that will be discussed throughout the Diamond Jubilee year in Jamats around the world.

Month  Theme Activity Link 
February 2018  Realizing the Social Conscience of Islam: Our Responsibility
Poverty Alleviation - Creating Awareness Link
January 2018  Culture, Diversity, and Pluralism in Islam Creating a Symbol for Pluralism Link
December 2017  Culture, Diversity, and Pluralism in Islam  Pluralism Mind Map Link
November 2017  Celebrating Education: Continuing our Legacy  What's important to you? Link
October 2017  Celebrating Education: Continuing our Legacy  AKDN Trivia Link
September 2017  The Grace of Jamatkhanas and Ismaili Centres in our lives  Being in Jamatkhana - a timeline Link
August 2017  The Grace of Jamatkhanas and Ismaili Centres in our lives  Build a Jamatkhana Link
July 2017  The Grace of Jamatkhanas and Ismaili Centres in our lives  Every party ought to have cake! Link

We hope that you will enjoy these activities!

Share your experiences:
Please text or email photos or reflections from your experience to as part of the wider North American Jamat’s experience. Please include the words Family Reflections Program in the subject line of your email.


Jubilee Songs

New songs and albums released!

To celebrate Diamond Jubilee, and to express our sentiments at this joyous time, the Jamati Institutions are delighted to present all songs currently available on the Jubilee Songs Albums. These expressions of love and devotion have been prepared by our Jamat for the compilation of the Jubilee Songs albums. These songs reflect the Jamat's diversity of cultures, and unity in our affection for our Imam.

Additional studio quality recordings of songs will be considered throughout the Diamond Jubilee year. Please e-mail for more information.

Please click here to enjoy these beautiful compositions.

The Ismaili USA App

The Jamati Institutions are excited to launch the Ismaili USA mobile app for Apple and Android devices. This informational app provides details on Diamond Jubilee initiatives, programs and activities, announcements, and news. Get up to date information on your regional events, and add them directly to your calendar. The app is available for download only in the United States.

What is Finonline?
Finonline is a platform to enhance the jamat’s economic prospects by facilitating opportunities for finding better jobs, hiring talented employees, marketing Ismaili businesses, improving business connections and acquiring financial know-how.

Click here to register.

Journey for Health is a program that aims to improve the Jamat’s health, increase physical activity, and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes. In addition to capturing Jamati members’ progress towards better health, the Journey for Health portal will lead the Jamat on a virtual tour of 20 institutional and AKDN sites. Start the journey individually or as a team.

To register, visit, and use code WALKUSA (all caps, no spaces) as your Jamatkhana code. The link can be saved to start tracking steps or the minutes spent on  favorite exercise.

The Ismaili USA Magazine is Now Digital!
The Council for USA is pleased to share with the Jamat that The Ismaili USA magazine is now available in digital format. Features of the digital magazine include interactive hyperlinks, video, and high resolution pictures. Click here to read the magazine.
About The Ismaili USA!

The Shia Ismaili Muslims are a community of ethnically and culturally diverse peoples living in over 25 countries around the world, united in their allegiance to His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan (known to the Ismailis as Mawlana Hazar Imam), the 49th hereditary Imam (spiritual leader) and direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). This is the official website of the Ismaili Muslim community in the United States of America.Please also visit our official Facebook page and Twitter handle.

Registration process is now available for Diamond Jubilee Volunteers, FinOnline (jobs, business sales, etc.), ITREB programs (Diamond Voyage, Diamond Journey, Waro audition, etc.), along with Youth programs such as camps (Al-Ummah, Mosaic, Legacy, etc.), i-Mentors, and Ismaili Student Network. If you are interested in these programs, please register for an account and complete all the steps outlined on the registration page. Please note that parents must register individuals under the age of 18. The registration process does require validation of your email address and completion of a detailed profile form so, we can authenticate your profile against existing system. If we are unable to, we will provide instructions on how to authenticate your profile. If you have any questions or need further information, please e-mail us at