Looking for a serious boost in your knowledge, understanding, and practice of Islam?
Feeling maxed out on available programs and looking to propel yourself to the next level?
Craving an environment that is spiritually enriching, intellectually stimulating, and socially rewarding?
Interested in forming meaningful bonds with like-minded, serious young Muslims?
The Muslim American Society
invites applications now for
a 4-week concentrated program of high-level intellectual engagement and deep
spiritual exploration centered around the themes of
Islam and the Modern Worldview
with Dr. Sharif El-Tobgui
Probing the Depths of the Seerah
with Dr. Wael Hamza
in addition to shorter, rotating modules on topics including
spirituality & dhikr
choosing a career
social & political engagement in American society
Twice a week, two hours per session
starting April 8
By application only (deadline April 4).
Apply NOW to be considered for a spot!
Project 100 Module Descriptions
Islam and the Modern Worldview (Click here for module description and instructor bio.)
Probing the Depths of the Seerah (Click here for module description and instructor blog.)
What Makes Project 100 Unique?
This program is unique in combining (1) intensity and seriousness of purpose, (2) an integrated curriculum built around core intellectual, spiritual, and practical concerns, and (3) a chance to build meaningful personal relationships with other participants.
Main modules will be delivered lecture style and include opportunities for questions and discussion. After the lectures, students will divide into breakout rooms of ten for deeper reflection and personal exchange.
Is Project 100 for Me?
Project 100 is an intensive program intended for serious students and activists who are also serious Muslims. You should apply only if the following is true of you:
- I am saturated with online lectures and am looking for a way to connect.
- I have heard (and appreciated) the major Islamic lectures online, but I am looking for something more.
- I am consistent in my major Islamic obligations (such as prayer, etc.).
- Islam is a top priority in my life.
- I consider myself a young Muslim (either young at heart or ages 20–32).
- I want to do more, but I am not sure what the priorities should be.
- I am able to commit to attending twice a week for four weeks.
On the other hand, you should not apply if the following is true of you:
- I am not looking for an opportunity to learn how to contribute to the community or how to better apply Islam in our reality on an individual or social level.
- I cannot commit to attending all (or most) of the program’s 8 two-hour lectures (8 sessions over 1 month)
- I have never studied or read the seerah before.
- I have not read the Qur’an at least once.
- I find sufficient benefit from the content found online and am not interested in doing more.
If you are ready to embark on the Project 100 odyssey, please fill out an application without delay at the following link.