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    Northeastern's Taglit Birthright Israel Trip is underway! Students have traveled to Caesarea, Tiberias, Haifa, and more. Stay tuned for more photos! ... See MoreSee Less

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  • Northeastern Hillel enriches the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel student leaders, professionals and lay leaders are dedicated to creating a pluralistic, welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially.

    Campus Engagement Internship & Masa Israel Campus Representatives

    Build relationships.
    Connect to Jewish life. Create meaningful
    Jewish opportunities. 

    Are you a social butterfly? We’re looking to enhance Jewish life on campus by working with a small cohort of students who genuinely enjoy meeting new people and helping them get connected. You don’t need to be “religious” to apply — we’re seeking a diverse range of experiences for our engagement interns! Students selected for this fun initiative will reaching out and meeting with Jewish students on campus, learning about students’ interests, and creating meaningful Jewish opportunities! Contact Anna for more information or apply here.

     

    Are you currently studying abroad in Israel? Have you already done a Masa Israel program?
    Northeastern Hillel is looking for Masa Israel Campus Representatives. This position is specifically for Masa Israel alumni that want to stay connected with Israel. The internship is a great way to both bring Israel to campus and help others have their own experiences in Israel. We are looking for students with the passion and interpersonal skills to join a cohort of leaders on campuses around the United States. This highly-selective, rewarding internship will open the door to opportunities in the Jewish world, including networking events and conferences. Apply here.


    Sign Up for Eser at NU Hillel!

     
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    When you join Eser, Hebrew for “10”, you will learn with a dynamic young leader in a living-room setting over 10 weeks, exploring different aspects of Jewish life and culture through meaningful conversation. Additionally, the small groups will enjoy a Shabbat meal together and all-group events off-campus. Class size is limited to 12, so register today by e-mailing Courtney at: office@northeasternhillel.org. Both undergrad. and grad. school cohorts are available. The cost of participation has been generously subsidized to just $18 by the Bonnie M. Goldman Scholarship, but this fee can be waived if it presents a hardship to any student.


    Northeastern’s next Taglit-Birthright Israel trip will be during NU’s upcoming Summer Break in early May and mid August

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    Registration will open on:

    February 2nd for returning applicants

    February 3rd for ALL applicants

     

    General NU Birthright Info session: Wednesday, February 4th at 6 pm at Hillel. Refreshments will be served!

     

    Pre-register here for Summer 2015 trip updates!

    Northeastern Hillel has teamed up with Israel Outdoors to experience the awesome adventure of Israel from the inside, through the eyes and hearts of Israeli peers. Travel for 10-days with Israeli friends and staff who share the beauty, excitement and complexities of their country with you. Meet with Israeli figures that are shaping Israel today. Hike in spectacular nature areas of Israel. From a meeting with residents of the Golan, to Bedouin hospitality in the desert, to an archeological dig, from the liveliness of Tel Aviv, to the diversity and spirituality of Jerusalem, experience the history, the vibrancy and the challenges of Modern Israel. Make lifelong Israeli and American friends and have lots of fun!

    Click here to learn more or email Ariel at neuisraelprograms@gmail.com today!