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  • 70 Saint Stephen Street
    Boston, MA 02115

    (617) 373-3937

    execdirector@northeasternhillel.org



  • Upcoming Events

    • October 30, 2014
      • Words to Action Training

        Time: 6:30 pm-8:30 pm

        Location: 70 St Stephen St, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115, USA

        Join Northeastern Hillel for an interactive workshop with discussions and activities designed to empower and equip you with constructive, effective responses to anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias on campus.

        Gain the knowledge and skills to respond and let your voice be heard!

        Words to Action is part of The Rabb Family Confronting Anti-Semitism Program conducted by the Anti-Defamation League. Founded in 1913, the Anti-Defamation League is one of the nation’s premier human relations and civil rights agencies. ADL is dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defending democratic ideals and protecting civil rights for all.

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    • October 31, 2014
      • Shabbat services and dinner

        Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern University Hillel, 70 St Stephen St, Boston, MA, United States

        Come for Shabbat services and a free dinner!

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    • November 4, 2014
      • Jewish Identity Workshop Series: Jewish Leadership--putting Jewish values into action

        Time: 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern Hillel Dining Room

        Through discussion, dialogue and experiential learning, join with other Jewish students to explore your own Jewish identity, and consider how and where you fit into the broader context of the Jewish community...or where there are openings to create your own.

        Snacks provided!

        Workshops
        1) Jewish Identity Workshop, Oct. 7th
        2) The Role of Family in Jewish Identity, Oct. 14th
        3) Action-based exercises on Unity and Diversity, Oct. 21st
        4) Today's largest denomination is "Just Jewish": Jewish Diversity and Pluralism on Campus, Oct. 28th
        5) Jewish Leadership--putting Jewish values into action, Nov. 4th

        Workshop Objectives
        a. Define and concretize your personal religious identity, relationship to God, and patterns of belief and practice
        b. Explore the influence of your family on your religious development and the impact of individuation on that dynamic
        c. Learn about the structure and philosophies within the Jewish religious community, the relationship between the movements of Judaism, and alternative ways of encountering Judaism
        d. Investigate what it means to be a Jewish leader in the 21st century and find avenues for your potential leadership

        About the Facilitator
        Alan Teperow has been Executive Director of the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts (SCM) since 1982 and Managing Director of the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis since 2003. SCM is the only transdenominational, synagogue-based organization of its kind in North America. A Northeastern University alum and graduate with a Master of Arts from Brandeis University‘s Hornstein Program in Jewish Communal Service, he has written and spoken extensively on the synagogue, pluralism and Jewish identity. Alan has worked or consulted in a variety of informal educational settings including synagogues, Jewish camps, Israel trips, youth groups and summer programs, e.g. USY on Wheels, USY Israel Pilgrimage, the Genesis Program at Brandeis, Institute for Informal Jewish Education, and others.

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    • November 6, 2014
      • Interfaith Progressive Dinner

        Time: 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

        Location: CSDS, Hillel, Catholic Center

        Begin the event with appetizers at the Sacred Space (201 Ell Hall), then move to Hillel (70 St. Stephen St) for dinner, and end the night with dessert at the Catholic Center (68 St Stephen St). Enjoy a great night of food and conversation!

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    • November 7, 2014
      • AEPi and Hillel Shabbat- services and dinner

        Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern University Hillel, 70 St Stephen St, Boston, MA, United States

        Come for Shabbat services and a free dinner!

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    • November 9, 2014
      • Tag Football

        Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm

        Location: Meet at Hillel- 70 St Stephen St

        Come meet new people from all areas of student life at Northeastern! Hillel is organizing a tag football game and is striving to have representation from all members of the interfaith community and Greek Life. Meet at Hillel at 11 am on November 9th. Come with a nonperishable food item or unopened toiletry to donate to the Greater Boston Food Bank in exchange for a cup of hot cocoa. We will all walk over to the fens together to play tag football or sit on the sidelines with friends, blankets and cocoa!

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    • November 14, 2014
      • The Lesser Family Shabbat

        Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern University Hillel, 70 St Stephen St, Boston, MA, United States

        Come for Shabbat services and a free dinner and celebrate Mr. Lesser's 80th birthday.

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    • November 21, 2014
      • Latino Shabbat services and dinner

        Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern University Hillel, 70 St Stephen St, Boston, MA, United States

        Come for Shabbat services and a free dinner!

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    • December 5, 2014
      • Shabbat services and dinner

        Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

        Location: Northeastern University Hillel, 70 St Stephen St, Boston, MA, United States

        Come for Shabbat services and a free dinner!

        More details...

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    September 09 at 12:34 pm
    First Shabbat of the year 5775! Services tonight will be at 6pm in the Sacred Space (Curry Student Center) and a free Kosher dinner will be at 7pm at Hillel (70 St. Stephen Street) Feel free to come to services, dinner, or both! See you there!
    September 09 at 11:18 am
    See you at noon for BAGEL BRUNCH in the Curry Ballroom!
    September 09 at 6:00 pm
    Come visit our table at Centennial near Ryder for some AWESOME Hebrew henna tattoos! We're here until 8!
    September 09 at 2:37 pm
    Our Ice Cream Social is in just 2 hours and we can't wait! Come along for some free swag bags, Ice Cream, and great company! See you soon! https://www.facebook.com/events/352260221607704/?ref_dashboard_filter=hosting
    May 05 at 1:10 pm
    Looking for a summer 1 or 2 work study job?? Work at Northeastern University Hillel! Lots of great opportunities. Contact us to learn more! director@northeasternhillel.org.

    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.

    Jewish Identity Workshop Series

    Tuesdays, 7- 9 pm, beginning Oct. 7th
     
    Through discussion, dialogue and experiential learning, join with other Jewish students to explore your own Jewish identity, and consider how and where you fit into the broader context of the Jewish community…or where there are openings to create your own.
     

    Workshops
    1) Jewish Identity Workshop, Oct. 7th
    2) The Role of Family in Jewish Identity, Oct. 14th
    3) Action-based exercises on Unity and Diversity, Oct. 21st
    4) Today’s largest denomination is “Just Jewish”: Jewish Diversity and Pluralism on Campus, Oct. 28th
    5) Jewish Leadership–putting Jewish values into action, Nov. 4th
     
    Workshop Objectives
    a. Define and concretize your personal religious identity, relationship to God, and patterns of belief and practice
    b. Explore the influence of your family on your religious development and the impact of individuation on that dynamic
    c. Learn about the structure and philosophies within the Jewish religious community, the relationship between the movements of Judaism, and alternative ways of encountering Judaism
    d. Investigate what it means to be a Jewish leader in the 21st century and find avenues for your potential leadership
     
    About the Facilitator
    Alan Teperow has been Executive Director of the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts (SCM) since 1982 and Managing Director of the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis since 2003. SCM is the only transdenominational, synagogue-based organization of its kind in North America. A Northeastern University alum and graduate with a Master of Arts from Brandeis University‘s Hornstein Program in Jewish Communal Service, he has written and spoken extensively on the synagogue, pluralism and Jewish identity. Alan has worked or consulted in a variety of informal educational settings including synagogues, Jewish camps, Israel trips, youth groups and summer programs, e.g. USY on Wheels, USY Israel Pilgrimage, the Genesis Program at Brandeis, Institute for Informal Jewish Education, and others.


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    “Whether you spent your summer in Israel and want to practice your new Hebrew phrases, or just want to learn the real way to pronounce the word “Hummus,” sign up for Hebrew class for credit at Northeastern University! No experience necessary – all levels are welcome! Before you jet away to Tel Aviv this year, learn the basics and impress everyone on your trip! Message Ariel at neuisraelprograms@gmail.com or Rachel at r.naamad@neu.edu for more details.