Are you a young adult looking for unique ways to connect Jewishly? From professional networking groups to friendly Shabbat hikes, you're sure to make lasting connections that help you define your Jewish identity your way.

Click here for a calendar of Jewish young adult events in the Bay Area.
  • APJCC Young Adults

    APJCC has a series of programs to empower young adults to build a personal relationship with the Jewish community and make Judaism relevant. Programs include holiday events, social experiences, and a monthly Shabbat Hike. Every 4th Saturday, groups go on a Mindful Shabbat Experience hike with meditation and a lunch (Kiddush included!).

  • Chabad Young Professionals

    Chabad Young Professionals is a leading scene for young Jewish professionals in the Silicon Valley. Where the next generation of young leaders go for Jewish growth, social opportunities and business networking. CYP also partners with OneTable to bring to you First Friday Shabbat dinners complete with happy hours, candle-lighting, and a sit-down dinner.


    ENGAJ is a community of young professionals in the Bay Area. Each year a small group of Fellows create meaningful moments and connections through a wide range of events. Join ENGAJ for monthly happy hours, shabbat dinners, hikes, holiday celebrations, movie nights, sporting events, community service and networking events.

  • JYA (Jewish Young Adults)

    JYA (Jewish Young Adults) enhances the lives of young Jewish professionals in the South Bay Area through leadership development, networking and educational activities. JYA is a program of the Jewish High Tech Community (JHTC). The JYA Leadership Academy ( is a cohort-based leadership program for young Jewish adults in Silicon Valley desiring to level up personally and professionally.


    Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, you can find us adventuring outdoors, putting googley eyes on inanimate objects, having a L’chaim, and helping out in our community. Leave the stresses of the workplace behind and lets build something together – cause there’s no app for that….yet!

  • OneTable

    OneTable supports people (21-39ish) in building community around their own weekly Shabbat dinner table.


    YA-LIVE, Young Adult Leadership Initiative for Volunteer Engagement, is a Jewish Family Service group of people in their 20’s and 30’s engaged in leading service projects. YA-LIVE meets bi-monthly and finds projects they feel passionate about that repair our own part of the world.