Begun in 2000, JAM, or Justice Akron Ministry, is a three-day opportunity for Hoban students to participate in a social justice service project while they build community with one another and grow in their faith.

Serving others can be an uncomfortable new experience. Students who enter JAM with a positive attitude have much better experiences. 

For more information, contact Kelsey Sees.

Due to COVID-19 and a limited ability to volunteer at traditional service sites, Hoban's signature Christian service program J.A.M. (Justice Akron Ministry) was adapted to be an at-home J.A.M. program for freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Over a three-week period, more than 70 Hoban students served their families and communities and learned more about how to be good stewards of God's creation. They also participated in various, virtual activities.

J.A.M. senior leaders participated in service at various sites in the Akron area that were able to accept a limited number of volunteers.