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Hillel@Home Community Guidelines

Hillel@Home builds on the campus experience by connecting college students to unrivaled content, community and Jewish life on a global scale. We are excited to see you at an upcoming Hillel@Home event, and ask that all participants adhere to the community guidelines below, which are designed to create a safe and fun environment for all. 

  1. Be respectful of other participants and hosts.

  2. Share the air: Notice how much you are speaking and consciously make room for others.

  3. Keep questions and comments on topic, both in the chat and verbally. 

  4. Follow instructions of moderators or hosts if asked to limit your chat activity. 

  5. While we encourage forming social connections with other attendees, do not ask for or share private information.

  6. Hate speech of any kind will not be tolerated. Attendees may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people for any reason including on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, caste, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease. We reserve the right to consider and add additional categories.

  7. Any threats of harm to oneself or others should be reported to a Hillel staff member as soon as possible. Support resources for students can be found here.

  8. In addition to the Hillel@Home Community Guidelines, a breach of  Zoom’s Community Standards are considered a violation of the Hillel@Home Community Guidelines.  

Individuals who wish to report a violation of these guidelines during a live session should chat the session host. Alternatively, or outside of a live session, they should email hillelathome@hillel.org to report behavior that violates these guidelines. A member of the Hillel@Home team will follow up within 2 business days to any such email. 

  • Repercussions for violating the community guidelines may include any of the following:
  • A request from a presenter or moderator to change the behavior
  • A warning from a presenter or moderator
  • An email from a Hillel@Home administrator
  • Being removed from a session
  • Being blocked from attending future sessions