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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.
Today, Adam Lehman will take the helm of the world’s largest campus Jewish organization as Interim CEO after serving as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer since 2015.
Starting this week, Adam Lehman, chief operating officer of Hillel International, is stepping up to lead as interim CEO of the nearly 100-year-old Jewish organization.
The seas are calm this morning as Ellie Foden heads for the stern of Ally’s Way, a 34-foot SeaRay vessel owned by Eckerd College Hillel in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Isabella Gutierrez giggles as she kneads challah alongside nine other students. Its doughy texture reminds her of Play-Doh.