A student-led chapter of the Jack Project within York University. Our mission is: “No More Silence” on the subject of mental health.
Reducing stigma through a student-driven community of leaders, ensuring that the 1/5 people who believe mental health affects them becomes a 5/5. Everyone has mental health, and nobody should be afraid of stigma or of seeking help.
Jam for Justice York seeks to support social development and well-being through music, and will employ creative ways to raise awareness about social justice-related issues.
To foster respect and compassion for all living things, to promote an understanding of cultures and beliefs and to inspire each individual to take action to make the world a better place for the environment, animals and the human community.
The Japanese International Students' Association is for anyone who is interested in Japan, its culture and society and/or its language to come together and live, laugh and learn.
JHN is for students at York interested in pursuing a career in any of the many fields within healthcare. We operate under three main pillars: mentorship, education, and Judaism. We are excited about our diverse programming in the 2015/16 year!
The JLN is an initiative dedicated to connecting aspiring young professionals at the University level with established business and legal experts, operating in various areas and disciplines of Canada's contemporary legal workforce.
Jiujitsu is a japanese martial art focusing on various forms of throwing, joint locking, grappling, and striking as a form of self-defence. Jiu Jitsu can be practiced by anyone, irrespective of age, gender, size or strength.