BEING JEWISH ON CAMPUS: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND THAT YOU'RE NOT ALONE
Jewish students, like any other group, should be celebrated for the diversity you bring and appreciated for the contributions you make to campus life. Jewish students should feel free to express their full identities without fear while taking full advantage of every opportunity on campus as part of your student experience. You must also have proper recourses, resources and designated representatives to turn to if you experience antisemitism, find yourself excluded or face any other form of harassment or discriminatory behavior.
Integrating the best of Jewish culture with the best of campus culture, Hillel helps promote school spirit and community engagement.
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.
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.
Jewish Life & Learning
Tikun Olam "Repair the World"
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.
Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM)
TOM matches those in need of innovative solutions for their assistive devices with a team of innovators. We partner “need-knowers” (those with a disability) with an innovation team to develop life-saving innovative solutions.