Hillel Deutschland provides college students and young adults with strong Jewish identities, fueling them to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Based primarily in Berlin, Hillel Deutschland provides a pluralistic home for young Jews throughout Germany to gather, celebrate, learn, and connect with their peers.
Through partnerships with student and communal organizations, Hillel Deutschland is led by experienced professionals Rabbi Rebecca Blady and Rabbi Jeremy Borovitz. Under their tutelage, Hillel Germany provides young Jews with the quality education, pastoral care, and leadership development they deserve.
Whether it’s Shabbat dinners, whiffle ball in the park, or learning Gemara in the Kollel, I always encountered like-minded Jews and fascinating conversations. What Hillel Deutschland has achieved in the past two years is nothing short of miraculous.Joel Kohen, 23, student at Freie Universität Berlin
Hillel Deutschland is making a far-reaching impact — educationally, culturally, and spiritually.
After a gunman attempted to storm a Halle synagogue, Hillel Deutschland is moving forward with strength on Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Jeremy Borovitz of Hillel Deutschland appeared on “It Says What?!” — a video series featuring educators and their favorite nuggets of Jewish wisdom.
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Jewish young adults are hustling and bustling at Hillel Deutschland. Take a look at what they’ve been up to this month.