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A group of Hillel students from Canada, Israel and Uruguay spent a week together exploring the unique vibrant Jewish community of Montevideo.
The Bay Area Jewish Community came together to honor SF Hillel Board Member Mimi Gauss, and her incredible contributions over many years to Hillel and the broader community.
Hillel Russia had more than 400 volunteers in 6 cities participate in a dozen of different volunteer activities for Good Deeds Day 2015.
GW Hillel's Jerusalem Marathon team of 10 runners raised $27,556 for SHALVA - The Association for Mentally & Physically Challenged Children in Israel.
Hillel International partners with the global social initiative to promote positive change through volunteerism and community service.
When beginning the job search, working in the Jewish community seemed like the most natural step. I wanted to have the opportunity to be that teacher, mentor, and role model.