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.
We offer a diverse range of events for students to choose from to enrich their Jewish life and college experience.
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.
BE WELL WITH HILLEL
Through a partnership with Jewish Family & Career Services Atlanta, Hillels of Georgia is proud to provide confidential counseling services at no cost to all Georgia college students.
Recharge with Hillel! Students enjoy a mid-day pick me up of coffee and bagels, sure to give them the energy they need for a successful day in school.
Join us Tuesdays at Tech Green for our weekly Bagel Break!
We will be there from 10:50 to 11:50 am.
Chavurah Groups small groups of like-minded students who meet regularly to socialize, engage in Jewish learning, explore Atlanta, or share any other interests and passions. This is a chance for students to foster deep connections with a small peer group, build long-lasting relationships, and grow personally and Jewishly throughout their time in college.
Network with other 21+ Jews! Whether it's a 'Sip and Paint' night out, or our classic Jews with Brews at a local Atlanta brewery, 21+ events allow our older students to make connections with each other and explore what Atlanta has to offer as they approach graduation.
GRADUATE STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
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 Georgia Tech click here:
There are plenty of ways to get involved listed below.
To view the current leadership click HERE
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 LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE
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. For more information about the First Year Council, click LEARN MORE to email Shaina.
Jewish Life & Learning
Shabbat is always a wonderful time to unwind from your week and connect with Hillel friends. In the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, that doesn’t change. What does change is what exactly Shabbat at Hillel looks like. Right now, we are excited to partner with our friends at Chabad to Provide “Shabbat To Go” every week.
Get a homemade meal, challah, candles, and Kiddush, in a take-home bag. For the most up to date information on Shabbat offerings, follow us on Instagram @hillelatgt or email Lauren at email@example.com
At Georgia Tech, we ensure students have the resources to share a meaningful Passover experience. On the first night of Passover we host a student-led seder, followed by kosher lunch throughout the school week.
Sign-up for our newsletter to receive the sign-up form upon release.
For more information, contact Shaina
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 receive a stipend to assist them in their participation.
For more information, contact Taylor
RUSSIAN SPEAKING JEWS
A community for Jewish students who want to connect to the Russian culture and language they had at home. We have social gatherings and celebrate unique Russian Jewish culture.
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.