The Hillel movement’s expansive, global infrastructure ensures that we connect with hundreds of thousands of Jewish students and young adults every year. From Houston to Haifa, Toronto to Tbilisi, Baltimore to Berlin, Hillel is the address for Jewish life on campus. Outside of the United States, there are more than 50 Hillels with vibrant hubs in Argentina, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, France, Georgia, Germany, Israel, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and Uruguay.
Unlike most North American Hillels, many international Hillels are affiliated with cities, rather than with colleges or universities. Applying a metropolitan mindset, these Hillels have adapted their programs to appeal to the larger community they serve, in addition to the young adult community.
Did you know?
Hillels operate in 20 time zones, 10+ languages, and four continents
Hillels are worldwide because students are worldwide.
After Hillel Kharkiv was destroyed in a bombing, Hillel International helped students rebuild — physically and emotionally.
Check out some of the highlights from Hillels around the world.