How to login
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Posted by: IJA Website Team Leader
If you are an IJA member, sign in to your IJA website account here to update your membership, to register for the IJA festival or to access members-only info, such as the membership list.
If you are a member but don’t know what email address the IJA has for you, click here to send us a message with enough information to uniquely identify you as a member.
To sign in to this site for the first time, use the reset-password feature by following these instructions:
- Go to http://ym.juggle.org, then click Sign In at the top left of the page.
- On the LOGIN page, click on Click here to reset your password.
- In the Username or Email field, enter the email address where you currently receive IJA eNewsletters.
- Below that, enter the simple validation code, then click Reset Password.
- An email will be sent to you within seconds. If it doesn’t appear in your Inbox, check your Spam folder. The Subject: line will read, International Jugglers' Association : Password Reset Request.
- In the email, click on the link that says, Reset My Password Now! That will take you to the RESETTING YOUR PASSWORD page.
- Choose a strong password for your IJA account and enter it into the Password and Confirm Password fields. Be sure to note your new IJA password.
- Click Reset Password.
- The next page will say, "Your password was reset!” Be sure to note the email address you used, as you'll use it to sign in to the IJA website.
- Click the link that says Click here to sign in.
- Sign in to your IJA account with your email address and your new password.
- If your membership has expired, you will be prompted to RENEW your membership. You will NOT be able to sign in until the renewal has been completed.
To join the IJA, follow the detailed instructions below. If you'll be registering for the IJA Festival, be sure to join first.
- In your web browser, go to http://ym.juggle.org, then click Join the IJA at the top left of the page.
- Select the kind of membership you want. If you are going to create a Family Membership (which consists of the head of the family plus additional family members at the same address), select “Family Membership.” For all other types of memberships, select “Individual." Then click CONTINUE.
- On the next page, in the Username field, ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS, then enter your first and last names in the corresponding fields.
- The system will try to identify you as an existing member based on your name. Even if the system finds a close match to your information already in the database, just click CONTINUE and a new membership will be created.
- If you selected "Individual" in step 2, use the drop-down menu to select one of these types: Individual, Youth (17 or younger), Life Member, Two-Year or Five-Year membership. If in step 2 you selected Family Membership, you won't have any choices here. Click ACCEPT THIS MEMBERSHIP AND CONTINUE.
- On the next page, fill in your information, specify your password (twice) and enter your email address (twice). You can also specify which parts of your information are visible to other IJA members. To hide a field from IJA members, select the Person Icon next to the field and select "Private (Not Visible in Profile)." No information will be visible to non-members.
- Click SUBMIT when you’re done setting up your information.
- Next fill in your credit card information, including billing address, to pay for your membership, then click SUBMIT SECURELY. (Checks and PayPal are not accepted.)
- You’ll get an email confirming your new membership. You MUST click the link in that email to ACTIVATE your account. Until you click the link in the confirmation email, you will NOT be able to sign in to the website.
- When you click the activation link in the confirmation email, a web page will tell you that the Activation was successful and that you may now sign in to the website.
- If you have created a family membership, sign onto the site with your newly created username and password and you’ll be able to create new additional family members from there.