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MCC Boys Summer Camp 2024 | Ustadh Haseeb Sadat and Ustadh Fardin Osmani

July 8 @ 10:00 am 1:30 pm

 “Building Strong Muslim Men–Quran, Speech and Fitness”

For boys ages 13-18, Ustadh Haseeb Sadat and Qari Fardin Osmani lead a four-week summer camp that aims to provide an enriching and engaging experience for adolescent boys while strengthening their Islamic identity. This camp had four main goals for all attendees: reading the Quran with tajweed, memorizing four prominent yet brief sections of the Quran, producing an engaging Khutbah, and becoming physically fit.

Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. | July 8 – August 2 | Conference Room |  $200/week | Register at mcceastbay.org/boys-camp

Please register for each week you wish to attend.

Daily Schedule:

10:00 AM – 10:45 AM Tajweed and Beautifying Quran Recitation
10: 45 AM – 11: 20 AM Interactive Quranic Tafseer
11:20 AM – 11:30 AMBreak
11:30 AM – 12:15 PMPhysical Fitness, Wrestling, and Boxing
12:15 AM – 1:15 PMPublic Speaking, Teenage Challenges, Review of Tahara & Salah
1:15 PM – 1: 30 PMWudu and Dhuhr Salah

Curriculum Overview

  1. Loving the Quran—The boys will learn to build a relationship with the Quran by interacting with selected verses. Ustadh Fardin will teach students the rules of tajweed with visual aids and choral recitation. The instructors will also host an interactive tafseer session, where the boys will actively engage with Allah’s ﷻ final revelation. Finally, we intend to have the boys memorize 4 prominent sections of the Quran—one section each week.
  2. Public Speaking: Workshops will be conducted to enhance communication skills, boost confidence, and enable participants to convey the message of Islam effectively in public settings. Learning how to conduct a khutbah will be one of the learning outcomes.
  3. Sports Activities: Ustadh Haseeb will teach the boys wrestling and boxing techniques. He will also facilitate calisthenic workouts, nutrition tips, and basketball and handball games to promote physical fitness, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
  4. Contemporary Teenage Issues: Students will have a comfortable outlet to ask questions and share their challenges. Facilitators will offer advice and, at the same time, challenge students to rise above in an encouraging and relatable way. Sensitive topics such as pornography, opposite-gender interactions, and music will be addressed. 

Materials:

  1. All Academic Reading Material and Handouts will be provided 
  2. Notebook, pencils, highlighters
  3. Boxing gloves are highly recommended 

About Ustadh Haseeb:

The camp will be co-hosted by Haseeb Sadat, a highly experienced professional with a deep commitment to Muslim youth development. Haseeb has a rich educational background, having previously served as a vice principal of Granada Islamic School and a teacher at Northstar School. Furthermore, Haseeb brings his own athletic expertise as a former Division I Wrestler at UC Davis. With his extensive experience working with Muslim youth, Haseeb is well-equipped to create a nurturing and educational environment for camp participants.

About Ustadh Fardin:

Ustadh Fardin is a Quran instructor for Furqan Academy. A haafiz of the Quran, Ustadh Fardin has a passion for Quranic sciences, as he continues to pursue his studies with qualified teachers in Qira’at and Maqamaat. Currently, he is enrolled as a student at the Institute of Knowledge Seminary.


MCC has a standing policy that financial need should never hold a person back from attending any activity held in the community center. 

To request a financial waiver, please complete our financial waiver request: https://mcceastbay.org/scholarship

(925) 485-1786

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