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Directors and Assistant/Associate Directors work closely with students, lay leaders, the university, and the local Jewish community, providing strategic vision, leadership, and managerial oversight for the local Foundation. Specifically, the Director and Assistant/Associate Director oversee Jewish learning opportunities, fiscal and budgetary management, facility utilization, staff management and administration, community relations, and board and financial resource development.
Senior Jewish Educators engage students on campus in conversation about what it means to be Jewish. Senior Jewish Educators work alongside Hillel staff and student interns, to build relationships with hundreds of Jewish students through meaningful, relevant Jewish conversations and experiences and to help set a strategic educational vision for the Hillel.
Hillel Rabbis serve as educational and spiritual leaders on campus. Rabbis are dynamic, innovative, and pluralistic, working proactively to ensure a pluralistic Jewish environment for the campus Jewish community. Rabbis provide religious guidance to student groups; oversee and occasionally lead Shabbat services and programs; lead High Holiday and other holiday services; serve as religious advisor to Jewish student groups; and sometimes provide counseling to students, staff and faculty.
Engagement Professionals focus on facilitating relevant and meaningful Jewish experiences with students not yet involved in Jewish campus life. Through one-on-one relationships, programmatic initiatives, campus partnerships and by simply creating a presence on campus, the Engagement Professionals – by nature community organizers – make Jewish life more diverse and more accessible to more Jewish students.
Program Professionals oversee all programmatic aspects of Hillel's activities on campus, ensuring vibrant Jewish life on campus by facilitating events and student-led initiatives, leadership development, and through personal contact with Jewish students. Program Professionals foster and develop student leadership by providing them with tools and resources to create exciting and innovative social, cultural, educational, public service, and religious initiatives that energize Jewish life on campus.
Development Professionals utilize fundraising activities in order to obtain the financial resources necessary to sustain and expand ongoing operations. Development Professionals also strengthen relationships with alumni, parents and other donors/prospects, and financially enable new, programmatic initiatives as they arise through designated-purpose campaigns.
Schusterman International Center Professionals work closely with professionals around the country to support and advance their work on campus. Some departments include the Center for Jewish Experience, the Immersion Experience Team, and the Center for Innovation and Implementation. The Schusterman International Center also has several operations-based departments including Fiscal, Information Technology, Communications and Development.
Schusterman International Center Fellows bring a unique perspective developed during their recent college experiences to different departments within the Schusterman International Center. Fellows collaborate with other Hillel professionals while learning about a dynamic organization.