Dear Friends, Earlier this month, Hillel International brought together nearly 200 Jewish students from around the world to participate in our inaugural Global Student Assembly (GSA). The four-day convening focused on leadership, community building, and creating innovative Jewish experiences, providing student leaders with the tools to grow and nurture their Jewish communities back on campus. To live […]
HUC-JIR and Hillel International to Continue Partnership into 2024, Expanding Educational Opportunities and Alumni Engagement for Hillel Professionals
Today, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) and Hillel International announced that their joint effort to help build the pipeline of the next generation of Jewish leaders will continue through June 2024.
In addition to welcoming Lee Dranikoff to the role of Chair of Hillel International’s Board of Directors, we also added four inspiring leaders to our Board. Read more to get to know them and learn why they are so invested in Hillel.
On July 1, 2023, Lee Dranikoff assumed the role of Chair of Hillel International’s Board of Directors, a position he will hold for the next three years.
Hillel International, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization, has selected five young leaders, three in high school and two in college, to receive scholarship awards in recognition of their leadership, volunteerism, and commitment to their communities.
Welcome to Hillel International’s 2023 Summer Interns!
100 years of Hillel?! When I joined the Hillel International Student Cabinet two years ago, those words were already buzzing through conversations, but I didn’t really understand why.
In partnership with the Jewish Agency for Israel and Israel Experience, a delegation of eight Hillel student leaders spent a week in Israel to celebrate the country’s 75th birthday.
Hillel professionals and university administrators from all three cohorts Hillel International’s Campus Climate Initiative (CCI) gathered this week at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill to share their experiences and their best practices in countering antisemitism and creating safe spaces for Jewish students on campus.
Rising Jewish community leader returns to Hillel to lead Jewish student engagement efforts on more than 850 campuses worldwide