Through conferences, camps, think tanks and leadership trainings, we work to provide Sikh youth the resources to apply Sikhi into their daily lives.
United Sikh Movement (USM) strives to strengthen the Sikh community by building a structural foundation, providing a variety of resources and presenting networking opportunities for Sikh Students Associations. USM grounds its projects and structures in four principles centered around Simran (Spirituality), Seva (Philanthropy), Sangat (Community), and Academics. USM also unites Sikh youth through comprehensive community building, philanthropy, and political organization. Furthermore, USM provides students opportunities to engage critically on issues pertaining to Sikhism to incubate and inspire the present and future Sangat members and leaders.
What We Do
USM is the headquarters for college Sikh Student Associations. We provide SSAs a structure to further their Sikhi through Naam & Seva. Members develop crucial leadership skills through various Sikhi-oriented conferences, camps, classes, and training. With USM, Sikh Student Associations are:
Retaining passion for Sikhi while away from home by balancing work, school, and Sikhi.
Connecting to Sangat through Naam, Seva, and academic resources.
Bringing change and love into their communities.
Uniting to solve problems around the world.
Building networks between students and professionals