JPro25 - Baltimore - May 5-8, 2025 in partnership with Jewish Federations

The JPro conference, in partnership with Jewish Federations of North America, has become a signature gathering for Jewish community professionals. It is a vital source of connection, learning, and field-building. 

The opportunity to come together in person not only invigorates our work, but also reignites the passion and purpose that drives us forward. In the context of the fractured world that Jewish communal professionals are facing following October 7th, JPro25 will lean into hope and opportunity, connection and community, and the vision needed to shape a vibrant future for our sector and the Jewish people.

"A must-have experience for any Jewish communal professional. This is a world-class conference for the Jewish world, whose benefits will surely continue well into the future."

- JPro22 Participant


You've got questions. We've got answers.

When and where will JPro25 be held?

JPro25 will be held from May 5-7, 2025 in Baltimore, MD at Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor. Main conference programming will begin in the afternoon on Monday, May 5 and conclude following lunch on Wednesday, May 7. Attendees will be able to book their rooms at Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor at a discounted rate through a room block. 

Who is JPro25 for?

JPro25 is for anyone who works for a Jewish nonprofit organization in the US or Canada and cares deeply about strengthening our sector. We’ll gather as a community of 1,800 professionals, showcasing the diversity of our field: from foundation and Federation teams, to educators and community and social service professionals; from camp leaders and JCC staff to social justice and advocacy professionals – and everyone in between.  

A particular joy of JPro25 will be exploring and celebrating the purpose that drives our work and uncovering the successes, rough roads that led to inspiring ideas, and stories that have encouraged our workforce. This conference is for you if you want to build important skills, grow your professional network, or just be a part of the exciting things happening across our field. 

What is the cost to attend JPro25?

Registration fees have not been announced yet. Sign up here for all updates and conference news.

Where can I find sponsorship information?

A sponsorship packet will be available soon. In the meantime, please direct any inquiries to Laura Sullivan, JPro's Chief Operating Officer, at

Who is presenting at JPro25?

We look forward to bringing in best-in-class instructors to present on topics tailored to meet the needs of Jewish communal professionals. Make sure to sign up for JPro25 updates, including presenters, as they are announced. 

Will there be a designated private location for pumping or nursing parents?

Absolutely! Private spaces will be available throughout the conference area.  

Will tefillot/Jewish services be offered onsite?

Morning and afternoon/evening Jewish prayer services will be offered throughout the conference. Whether this is part of your daily ritual practice, or something you are interested in exploring, we welcome your participation. More details on services will be available closer to JPro25.  

Will there be affinity groups and informal meetups?

Short answer - yes! At JPro25, we aim to create a culture of belonging for all conference participants. Together, we will strive to assume a posture of empathy and equity at every opportunity. Jewish equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) has been woven into the processes, curation, and content of the conference.  

More details about affinity group meetings will be added as we get closer to JPro25. 

How can I get the latest JPro25 news?

Click here to sign up for JPro25 updates.

My question isn’t here! What do I do?

Much more information will be available as we get closer to JPro25. For any burning questions, please be in touch with us at; we’re here for you.

Look back on JPro22: Going Places, Together in partnership with JFNA to see what is possible when we come together to learn, connect, and celebrate our collective impact. 

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