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The backpack Annie Cannon slung over her shoulder in high school contained the usual books — a math textbook, a science textbook, a tractate of Talmud.
In recognition of its commitment to address sexual harassment and gender inequity, Hillel International has been awarded a capacity-building grant from the Safety Respect Equity (SRE) Coalition.
When I tell people that my dad performed my double mastectomy, their first question is, “Isn’t that illegal?” The second is, “Wasn’t that weird?”
The start of summer means another cohort of talented college students have arrived at the Schusterman International Center in Washington D.C. to start their internships at Hillel International. Each intern has a unique story about their Jewish journey, their passion for the Hillel movement and their goals for the future.
Noah Carlen made his bed, shined his shoes and donned his uniform before most bleary-eyed college students were even tempted to hit the snooze button.
Hillel International is thrilled to announce the hiring of two Reform rabbis to work as Senior Jewish Educators on the UCLA and Brandeis University campuses.