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Four new student members have been selected to join the Hillel International Board of Directors . Ruthie Charendoff (Northwestern University), Marisa Fernandez (Appalachian State University), Kevin Lieberman (University of Michigan) and Sami Rahamim (University of Minnesota) were selected from 17 applicants nationwide.
Hillel International introduces you to rabbi and executive director at the University of Chicago Hillel, Anna Levin Rosen.
A Hillel International program that encourages students to come together and connect through conversation was recently awarded the first ever Lippman Kanfer Prize for Applied Jewish Wisdom.
Hillel International introduces you to Joel Bond, Springboard Fellow in Innovation at Beach Hillel.
Hillel International introduces you to the first deaf Hillel professional Jacob Salem, program director at Gallaudet University Hillel.
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