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Eleven Hillel professionals from across North America have been selected to participate in the Debra S. and Joseph S. Weinberg ACCELERATE Executive Training Program, an executive training program that prepares individuals to become Hillel directors.
Tahira Perry, who identifies as a Christian, didn’t know much about Judaism or current affairs in Israel before Stetson University Hillel brought her to The Jewish National Fund’s National Conference, which ran from Sept. 13 to Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C.
More than 15 students gathered at the Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh last week for a paint night inspired by the late Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman.
For a new college student, the experience of arriving to campus can quickly become a whirlwind of introductory icebreakers, building tours and information sessions.
My connection to Judaism and my supportive Jewish community has taught me to accept my chronic illness, advocate for myself and others and use my training to create more accessible and inclusive communities.
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.