Developing leadership and building community
JUNTOS works with university volunteers to provide dance workshops and performances in underserved communities throughout the U.S. and Latin America
Celebrate 10 years with us this April!
Join us in San Francisco on April 26, 5-8 PM to celebrate 10 years of educational Bay Area and international dance programming at this happy hour benefit featuring mezcal tasting, performances by professional dancers, and Mexican crafts.
Volunteer with JUNTOS
Are you a student interested in volunteering with us? Learn more about our programs or sign up to participate.
Explore past trips
Read stories, see videos, and check out photos of our past travels abroad
Events nationally in California and New York and internationally in Guatemala, Mexico, and Nicaragua
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JUNTOS is the perfect demonstration of unity and beauty, serving and fighting for each and every one of us so we can be free and worthy of belonging to this wonderful world. JUNTOS is art, humanity, and above all things a wonderful family.Erick ZamoraGuatemalan participant with JUNTOS
There it was… Humans from different parts of the globe, TOGETHER (JUNTOS) in every way that they could be, experiencing something, telling their story together, fearlessly, and letting me witness the beauty that we all are. And when nothing else in the world makes sense, I will know that life can be this beautiful, and that is enough for me.Holly WilderBoston Conservatory '15
The great thing about JUNTOS is that it takes this idea [that the understanding of different cultures is what will bring peace to the world] and connects it to concrete actions.Marisa MartinAiley/Fordham '11
Dance has the ability to transcend race, religion, ethnicity, and gender and enables us not as Guatemalans or Americans but as human beings to connect on the most essential level.Katie BerryAiley/Fordham '11
Dance gives us this incredible point of entry, to communicate across language barriers and borders and political rifts. Now I’m waiting to go back too- there’s an urgency to do so much more, to share art everywhere to bring people together.Maia DunlapAiley/Fordham '12