First-of-its-kind Muslim Youth Conference at MET!

Building, serving, and healing community through excellence in education
and bridge-building dialogue since 1993
Join us for the First-of-its-Kind Muslim Youth Conference
Planned and presented by Oregon's Muslim Youth (OMY)
Join us Virtually or In Person
Sunday, February 13, 2022
10:00 am - 2:00 pm PST
MET Educational and Cultural Center
10330 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Tigard, OR 97223, USA
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See, Hear, and Speak No Evil:
Guarding the Soul, The Challenges and Opportunities of American Muslim Youth
Join us virtually or in person at the Muslim Educational Trust (MET) as Oregon Islamic Academy #OIAspeaks boldly about the following topics:
  • Black, White, and Brown: Healing Our Humanity by Defeating the Racism and Bigotry within ourselves
  • 5G Connection: God, Goodness, Greatness, Generosity, and Growth
  • In the Game of Thrones, Who Rules Your Heart?
  • Gen Z: Proclaiming the Truth and Claiming the Positive Narrative
  • The Challenges and Opportunities of American Muslim Youth 
Register Today!
Open to all Youth Nationwide in Grades 8-12
MET Educational and Cultural Center
10330 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Tigard, OR 97223, USA
Presented by Oregon Islamic Academy Juniors & Seniors
About OMY (Oregon's Muslim Youth)
Back in December 2010 and in honor of all mothers, the MET Board of Directors launched Oregon's Muslim Youth (OMY أمي, meaning "my mother" in Arabic). OMY is a youth enrichment, engagement, and mentorship program, aimed to help youth find their passion, serve their community, and pursue their dreams. OMY programs provide a critical platform towards positively integrating youth and their families to be an added value to the communities in which they live while staying true to their identities and positively engaging in the public square. OMY programs serve to empower youth and their families by making important opportunities available to them that will help support their self-growth and develop their compassionate leadership skills in the areas of bridge-building dialogue, faith-based community service, and stewardship of Earth and humanity. Such programs include our Youth Ambassadors Club, "giving you hope wherever you are," special elective classes, including speech, tutoring, sports, and various bowls, bees, and competitions of interest to the youth.
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The Civil Rights Movement: Challenges and Realities of Yesterday and Today

January 14, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m.

The Muslim Educational Trust and Oregon Islamic Academy hosting Rukaiyah Adams, Chief Investment Officer at Meyer Memorial Trust, on “The Civil Rights Movement: Challenges and Realities of Yesterday and Today."

Rukaiyah Adams
Rukaiyah Adams
Chief Investment Officer at Meyer Memorial Trust

Teacher Julie Ahmed
Julie Ahmed
Muslim Educational Trust

Civil Rights Movement Event Flier Final

The Civil Rights movement that’s long advocated for the rights of all people both in the United States and globally continues today. Healing and unifying disparate communities still hurting from hundreds of years of systemic oppression and discrimination needs a collective effort from individuals, organizations, and government in order to fully address societal inequities and create more just societies. Discussing and reflecting on the connection between our history and our present and our future broadens our perspectives and moves us forward as a society towards becoming more loving, accepting, and inclusive.