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.
RootOne is an organization that helps thousands of Jewish teens travel to Israel during their high school years. Many of those students go on to become leaders in their campus Hillels. The stories of these transformative trips are a snapshot into what inspires students to become leaders who are proud of their Jewish identities. Stay tuned as we share more of their stories.
We are excited to share regular updates on this page from the students and staff of Hillel CASE (Central Asia Southeastern Europe).
Welcome to Hillel International’s 2023 Summer Interns!
Hillel International, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization, today announced the 21 members of the 2023-2024 Hillel International Student Cabinet. The selected student leaders will advise Hillel International’s professional staff and board leadership, and create and implement strategies to engage Jewish college students around the world.
What even IS Shavuot? Before we get to Shavuot, we need to talk about Passover.
In partnership with the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, Hillel International’s Social Impact Department offers Interfaith Outreach Microgrants, which support projects that are the outgrowth of collaborative relationship-building between Jewish students and students from other faith traditions, and that result in expanding and strengthening relationships among students from different faith traditions. Below are some examples of […]
Hillel International, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization, today announced the selection of Jillian Lederman, a rising senior at Brown University, to serve as chair of the Israel Leadership Network.
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.
As Hillel, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization, marks 100 years since its founding, a global centennial fundraising effort has now eclipsed $100M raised to enhance the lives of Jewish college students well into the future.