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As part of Hillel’s ongoing commitment to LGBTQ inclusion, we’ve compiled a list of seven colleges we think are doing an awesome job of engaging in active collaborations with and supporting campus LGBTQ groups.
I’m excited to see what lies ahead for me in the Hillel and Jewish world and feel truly fortunate to have found a place where I can learn, grow, and feel like I am making a difference in the world.
Santa Barbara Hillel executive director Rabbi Evan Goodman’s and his staff have been on call since a murderous rampage that took place just a short block away from the Jewish student organization’s building in Isla Vista.
This is the biggest summer yet for Hillel-led Taglit-Birthright Israel trips, with more than 4,000 students visiting from North America and CASE (Central Asia Southern Europe).
In the wake of recent wildfires in San Diego, CA, we are grateful to Jessica Kronis, Director of Hillel of San Diego, North County, for the update
It is inspiring to work with students who want to share their values with others and impact the world. I help students realize their potential as leaders, empower them to think differently about widely held beliefs, or often travel to Israel for the first time.