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Hillel International and Hillel of Colorado announced today that an independent University of Colorado Boulder Hillel has been created to bring additional resources and on-campus support for the 2,500 Jewish students on campus.
For Leah Murphy, 26, nothing beats a pilot’s-eye view. But her core motivation for going into the cockpit stems from helping others in need.
The start of summer means another cohort of talented college students have arrived at the Schusterman International Center in Washington to start internships at Hillel International.
Jacob Abtahi didn’t know anybody when he got to Tucson. So when the fall semester started, the University of Arizona freshman headed over to Hillel’s Welcome Week.
I ended up finding my place in the Jewish community and put most of my time into Hillel because that’s where my friends were and where I could truly grow as a leader and become my truest self.
Central Synagogue is launching a new partnership between Hillel International and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.