College Youth & Teens

MAS Youth (MY) 

MAS Youth (MY) is the department of the Muslim American Society (MAS) which serves young people throughout the United States. We believe that young Americans, with the right tools, skills, and knowledge, have the potential to bring about positive change in their communities. We identify ourselves as a movement of American youth and young adults who aspire to answer the call of our Creator as put forward in the Divine Scriptures:

And from among you there must be a party who invite people to all that is good and enjoin the doing of all that is right and forbid the doing of all that is wrong. It is they who will attain true success.” (Al-Quran 3:104)

We work with young people to inspire them to understand, apply, and advocate divinely ordained values in the service of the common good. Our core values are service, equality, and justice. Our programs engage young people through educational, spiritual, recreational, and social activities. These programs are designed and run by the youth, with the guidance of mentors who share their experiences and provide valuable feedback.

For all inquiries, please email us at: [email protected]

Earn the President’s Volunteer Service Award


Hours are measured over a 12-month period and awards are designated based on cumulative hours. The awards are offered in multiple levels and are designed to recognize each milestone of your service achievement. Levels include bronze, silver, gold and the highest honor, the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for those who contribute more than 4,000 hours of service in their lifetime.

Hours by Award Bronze Silver Gold
Teens (11–15) 50 – 74 75 – 99 100 +
Young Adults (16-25) 100 – 174 175 – 249 250 +

Along with the ultimate honor of presidential recognition, recipients will receive a personalized certificate, an official pin, medallion or coin and a congratulatory letter from the president of the United States.

International Night

Interfaith Fast-A-Thon

MAS Youth interfaith friends chose to fast for one day, just as Muslims do during Ramadan, to become educated about how it feels to spend a day in the life of poor people around the world. It was truly a challenge to fast for the first time until sunset, but it gave inspiration to help the needy people who undergo these situations daily.

Feed the Homeless

Join us over the course of the year as we contribute to feed the homeless and distribute food to them. We’ll add the dates here, so stay tuned!

Stand Up in Night Prayer

We hold four Qiyams every Saturday during Ramadan. We also visit the graveyard during one Saturday. Check back soon for updates!


Youth Internships!

The MAS Youth Department believes that the best way to secure a better future for all of us is to empower young Muslim Americans with the skills they need to make a difference. There is no better teacher than experience. Interns at MAS Youth Department works with leaders on substantive projects that lay the foundation for a fair and more inclusive America. They develop professional skills, gain insight into the societal impact of public service.

Click Below for more Details about our Internship Opportunities!


Contact: (703) 278-3717 EXT.#5

EMAIL: [email protected]

Does your High School’s Muslim Student Association (MSA) want to Collaborate?

Woodson High School (WTW) surpassed their goal and raised 123% at MAS-DC towards the MIST Competition! With MAS-DC’s support, we’ve enabled them to also attend the MIST Competition of 2017!

Check back soon.

Talent Showdown

We have numerous programs to express and show your talents, ranging from Open Mic to presenting at other MAS events. We’ll add those dates here. So keep checking back!

MAS Youth Ramadan 

Past Events:

Beautify the Masjid for Ramadan and Eid

MAS Youth excitedly bring their friends to decorate and clean up MAS as a community service. This year, we will be holding this event on May 20th, 2017. Are you coming? Bring your awesome ideas to put a smile on all those who enter the center!

Our Demographics

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