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The desert is a transformative place.
Hillel’s student refugee program, launched in 1938, brought Central and Eastern-European Jewish refugees to the United States to study at American universities on scholarship.
Hillel is not just for 18-22 year olds; throughout North America and around the world, Hillel enriches the lives of undergraduates, graduate students and their friends.
Shmittah brings together the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’ in one place and on equal footing.
Ezra Fellows are young professionals with a passion for Jewish education who receive up to three years of training in pluralistic Jewish education.
While the Torah refers to Shabbat as mo’adai, “my chosen times”, it refers to the rest of the festivals as mo’adam, “their chosen time.”