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The people of Israel learn to listen and understand, not just follow or do.
There’s nothing like a little healthy competition—that’s exactly what students from seven local Hillels in the United States are discovering this month with a new fundraising campaign, On One Foot.
Instead of coming down on Moses or leading with his advice, Yitro’s first action is to ask a question.
A new program launched this week by Hillel International, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization, will help foster growth in Jewish life on 10 college campuses participating in its pilot year.
Continuing its drive to cultivate the next generation of Jewish leaders, Hillel International is expanding its Springboard Fellowship with a second cohort of 25 new participants for the next year of the program.
It is our obligation to welcome the stranger by singing the song of freedom just as Moses did.