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IACT, a campus initiative run in partnership between Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), Boston’s Jewish Federation, and Hillel International will expand to Hillels at seven major universities.
We owe the success of our John Jay Hillel relaunch to four “Tenets of Success” developed in consultation with other Hillel professionals and Hillel International.
Hillel was right. Different does not mean that things should be kept separate. Each of these items can also come to life in a new way when we bring them together.
Atlantic Hillel in Halifax created a "chicken soup hotline" to provide homemade chicken soup to sick students.
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.