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STUDENT LEADERSHIP

College is the perfect time to learn what it takes to lead others. Hillel provides diverse opportunities for students to develop as community leaders and learn new skills along the way.

STUDENT LIFE

We offer a diverse range of events for students to choose from to enrich their Jewish life and college experience. 

JEWISH LIFE

From festive Shabbat dinners, to inspired holiday traditions, formal learning and more, Hillel is going above and beyond to provide diverse opportunities for Jewish life and learning.

Student Life
 

MATZAH BALL SOUP DELIVERY

Is your child sick? Fill out this form and we'll work coordinate with the student to get them a piping hot bowl of delicious soup as soon as we can and confirm delivery with you.
 

COFFEE & BAGELS

Hillel at Emory's Schmooze n' Schmear is one of our most popular events! Stop by every Thursday or to find out when more bagels are coming your way sign up for the newsletter or follow us on social media.

JEWISH GREEK LIFE

We are proud of our partnerships with Jewish Greek Life organizations on campus. To learn about our upcoming programs, sign-up for our newsletter.

WHITE WATER RAFTING

Join Hillel at Emory on this incredible adventure and meet students from other Metro Atlanta Hillels!

 

This event occurs one to two times a year.

GRADUATE STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Hillel is open to ALL students, including our campus graduate students. With graduate specific programming and student groups, Hillel has something for students at every stage of their educational journey.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta offers many programs and networking opportunities for young adults. To get involved, CLICK HERE. For more information on programs for graduate students at Hillel at Emory contact Lauren.

Student Leadership
 

STUDENT BOARD & COMMITTIES

The backbone of Hillel's student-led and student-driven model, students serve in a wide array of leadership positions to envision robust Jewish life on campus while receiving dedicated mentorship and supervision from Hillel's professional staff. 

FIRST YEAR COUNCIL

The council is responsible for planning and implementing Jewish programs so that Jewish first-year students can get to know one another in a welcoming, collaborative environment.

 
Jewish Life & Learning

SHABBAT

Due to the university’s announcement, in person Shabbat dinners are postponed until further notice. However, we are still providing Shabbat to go dinners and virtual services every Friday night.

Passover Meals
and Seders

At Emory, we ensure students have the resources to share a meaningful Passover experience. On the first night of Passover we host a student-led seder at the MHC, followed by kosher lunch throughout the week. Sign-up for our newsletter to receive the sign-up form upon release.

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES AND MEALS

Hillel provides a range of programming for students to pray together, share a meal, and observe the Jewish holidays.

Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF)

A 7-week experiential, conversational seminar for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms. Students who participate in the fellowship recieve a stipend to assist them in their participation.

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Tikun Olam

Tikun-Olam; Hebrew for "Repair the World" is a central Jewish value.

We at Hillel encourage and support students in efforts to better our community & connect students with programs that give  them the chance to do exactly that. 

  • Challah for Hunger

    A national nonprofit seeking to bring people together to bake and sell challah, using the proceeds to support local and global organizations fighting hunger.

     

    Emory’s chapter sells challah at Wonderful Wednesday and donates proceeds to the Atlanta Food Bank and Mazon.

    If you have any questions or want to join the club, contact Becca:

  • Alternative Breaks

    Travel, service learning, education and cultural exploration. Alternative breaks provide a unique opportunity for students to participate in immersive experiences, modeling the Jewish value of Tikkun Olam. Alternative breaks are offered when enough interest is demonstrated.

     

    Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, alternative breaks will not available.

    For more information:

  • MITZVOTE

    A non-partisan get-out-the-vote campaign that provides students with the education and resources they need to mobilize and vote in the 2020 election.

 
Jewish Life in Atlanta
Get in touch!

735 Gatewood Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30322

(404) 963-2548

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