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We are so excited to welcome our second cohort of Masa-Hillel Fellows. The fellowship is a six-month professional development seminar designed to prepare current Masa participants for Hillel work.
On Thursday January 22nd, University of Maryland senior Jared Stein, a stem cell donor through the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, met his recipient for the first time at a Young Professionals Gift of Life event in New York City. Below, Rabbi Jessica Lott shares the story from her perspective.
Hillel professionals share how they are using Experiential Jewish Education in their work.
“Israel is an extraordinary country, and it is also a complex one,” said Shavit. “I am returning to talk to students across America about my country’s history, its people, its challenges and its successes. I hope to introduce a more nuanced understanding of Israel and inspire students to ask important questions about the future of the Middle East.”
More than 100 people attended a memorial vigil for the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris organized by the Hillel Jewish Student Center at UNLV and the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas.
We are empowering a new generation of students to strengthen the Jewish community’s relationship with Israel and stand up for the Jewish state.