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Sandgarten founded Hola Hillel in 2015, a club for students who identify as both Latin and Jewish, with around 30 current student members from Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala, Uruguay and Venezuela.
This spring, local Hillels from the United States sent more than 30 delegations of students and professionals on Alternative Spring Breaks to volunteer and serve local communities during school vacation.
We have an opportunity to uplift our students, to build them up before they leave us for the summer.
Central Florida Hillel hosted two Holocaust survivors, Henri Goodheim and Helen Greenspun, to meet and converse with students.
We can view these types of commandments as opportunities to find our own meaning and connection with them.
The belly dance club become a place for students of all ethnic backgrounds and religions to explore the art form together.