The Hub, a site for young adults on Facebook

UU young adults have a new place to connect on Facebook. The Hub: Young Adult UUs includes  a map where participants can add campus ministry groups and other organizations. It also includes a calendar that young adults can add events to.

The Hub describes itself this way: “Young adult UU’s are a big, diverse group, spanning ages 18-35. In fact, maybe the only thing that unites us is that we are UU’s going through transitions and discernment. That’s why The Hub embraces a diverse vision of young adult ministry that includes religious communities for college students, young families, working young adults, spiritual seekers and young religious professionals, just to name a few.”

The Hub, which also includes items from the Young Adult blog Blue Boat,  is hosted by the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the UUA.

Carey McDonald, Youth and Young Adult Ministries director, noted, “A lot of young adults who are involved in congregations may feel isolated from other young adults. The Hub can connect them and give them ideas about what others are doing. It’s all about connecting people who are fairly spread out.”


UU World accepting intern applications

Do you know a young person who is interested in Unitarian Universalism and journalism? UU World is now accepting applications for its summer internship program in Boston. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience working on both print and online publications at UUA headquarters.

Ideally a summer intern would be available to start in mid to late May, but dates and hours are negotiable. Read more at or email Assistant Editor Sonja L. Cohen for more information.