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When I consider the values I hope to instill within and throughout my work, few greater come to mind than the core Jewish values of hesed and gemilut hasidim.
Hillel at George Mason University hosted its second annual Expressions of the Holocaust, a night honoring the survivors and victims of the Holocaust in Hungary.
Hillel International is currently working with more than 500 campuses in the U.S. to sign the pledge to be part of the solution at ItsOnUs.org.
Hillel has welcomed me into a profession where I have been given leadership skills, engagement tools, educational strategies and a cohort of supportive colleagues.
85% of young American Jews attend college. They need tending.
The inaugural student-organized conference brought together Hillel leaders from across Connecticut.