This Mayerson Foundation operated program is often the first entry point into the Jewish community for the majority of today's Jewish young adults who are looking for an alternative to more traditional offerings. Access was developed to help Jewish young professionals, 21-35, connect to one another and to their community. Access boasts the biggest and most highly attended events for this population in the region and has been responsible for helping to create countless friendships, marriages, and community leaders.
Cincinnati is the only city in the country that has a program like this which also operates independently of a Jewish institution. Participants in Access will never be asked to become a member, donate money, or serve on a committee. Access’ only agenda is creating a comfortable setting where anyone, regardless of their level of Jewish practice (or not), can feel at home!