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Inspired by their social action values, Hillel students from across the globe participated in Good Deeds Days, an international day of volunteering. Below are highlights from their volunteer projects:
Over 50 Jewish students took a step back on Tuesday night to look inward. They gathered at Rutgers University Hillel for a mental health workshop led by renowned Jewish educator and mental health advocate Marc Fein.
Students and Israeli entrepreneurs came together at American University Thursday evening for the annual Start-Up Nation Tech Fair.
Hillel students ditched their sandals for work boots this spring break to help communities in need. More than 30 campuses across the United States participated in Alternative Spring Breaks, volunteering in neighboring states and countries around the world.
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.
Hillel students from around the world celebrated Purim, a raucous holiday that recounts how the Jewish people were saved from persecution in the ancient Persian empire.