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Members of Hillelujah, the Jewish a cappella group at Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh, gathered onstage at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this week to open the 2019 AIPAC Policy Conference with a powerful rendition of the National Anthem.
I stopped by Stanford University Hillel to reunite with my Jewish family last summer — and I left with a new job. Leah Newman, our director of operations, was seeking an intern to help with donor correspondence and data management. An official chance to be Jewish, grateful and compulsively organized? I was thrilled.
IACT (Inspired, Active, Committed, Transformed), the signature campus engagement initiative created by Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston (CJP) and scaled nationally in partnership with the Edward Fein Foundation, will move to Hillel International this summer.
Hillel International is proud to announce the first-ever recipients of the Handeli First-Year Student Scholarship and Campus Leadership Award. These outstanding Jewish high school and college students from across North America exemplify Hillel’s values by creating a better world through leadership and volunteerism in their communities.
Although this year’s summer interns couldn’t physically be at the Schusterman International Center in Washington D.C, a cohort of 10 talented college students have been working virtually to make Hillel International’s mission a reality in these challenging times.
Strolling down the Promenade beside Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean coast, student tourists would think they’re walking through a tropical paradise.