JGAP: Jewish Grad Students & Young Professionals

Networking for 20s & 30s

JGAP (Jewish Grad Students & Young Professionals) boasts a diverse group of graduate students from all areas of study and young professionals from the greater Princeton area. Our goal is to coordinate social events as well as religious and cultural programs that cater to the 20 and 30 somethings in Princeton and the surrounding area. We host monthly happy hours, learning opportunities, holiday programs, Friday night dinners and much more! Past events have included participating in a state-wide young professional mixer and educational series. New faces are always welcome. There are also plenty of opportunities if you would like to organize, host or suggest a new event. For more information, please contact Tair Goldbarsht @tairg@princeton.edu

Get Connected:

Check out the JGAP Facebook page to keep up with news and events, or to see pictures and descriptions of previous programs.

Have an idea for a JGAP Event? Send an email to Tair Goldbarsht @tairg@princeton.edu

Grad students and young professionals are welcome to join us at the CJL for Shabbat meals.

Shabbat Meals are fully subsidized for graduate students without a meal plan.

For Young Professionals (21-35) the cost of Shabbat Meals are partially subsidized by the CJL at $18 a meal, only when paid in advance. 
For more info, contact rpalmer@princeton.edu