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  • COLLECTIVE NEWS

    East Coast Info Sessions 

    East Coast Info Sessions  Want to find out more about JUNTOS Collective before applying? If you are a student from one of the schools below, join us for an info session! If you can’t make it, be sure to sign up for our last two webinars here. INFO SESSIONS: Tuesday September 12th at 7:00pm Fordham University, Macmahon Hall [more]

    Apply today for JUNTOSAbroad 2018!

    Apply today for JUNTOSAbroad 2018!Applications now open for 2018 JUNTOSAbroad trips! --APPLY NOW: NEW STUDENT-- RETURNING STUDENTS APPLY HERE A two-week intercultural exchange program structured to enhance artistic and personal development through dance service work in some of Central America and Mexico’s ruralist areas.  Want to learn more before applying? Sign up for a webinar   Dance students from The Ailey [more]

    Greetings from Nicaragua! JUNTOSAbroad '17

    Greetings from Nicaragua! JUNTOSAbroad '17Part 2, 18 agosto, 2017 Nine tired JUNTOS dancers are riding our bus to Granada after three filled days of dance sharing in Leon. We worked with an organization who gives support to children who collect garbage to help their families earn money called Ninos Del Fortin (no website). Because the [more]

    Week #1 with a JUNTOSAmbassador: Julia Horner

    Week #1 with a JUNTOSAmbassador: Julia HornerJocotenango had welcomed me with open, loving arms. I am staying at the volunteer house that is just five minutes away from Los Patojos, the school I will be teaching at for four weeks! The energy of Los Patojos is amazing. The children and teachers are full of life and [more]

    Interview with the JUNTOS Founder and Ex. Director: Joanna Poz-Molesky

    Interview with the JUNTOS Founder and Ex. Director: Joanna Poz-MoleskyThis year, on the blog, we have heard from each individual collaborator and both of our international liaisons. We have come to understand their journeys, why they are passionate about dance, and why they are working for JUNTOS. Before ending this series of interviews, we wanted to revisit the very core [more]

  • OUR WORK


    We are an international dance collective that empowers through movement. We work with underserved communities around the world to enable change through performances and workshops.
  • WHY WE DO IT


    We use movement to develop confidence, self-esteem, and collaboration; to transcend all barriers that divide; and most importantly, to educate, liberate, heal, and build community.
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