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    Jewish students are welcomed and encouraged to participate in this retreat hosted by CSDS. Check it out! ... See MoreSee Less

    March 20th – 22nd. The Renew Retreat is a weekend long interfaith retreat sponsored by the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service and LEAD 360 to promote spiritual growth, leadership skills and global citizenship. Through workshops and large group sessions, students are introduced to a variety of spiritual practices from various religious traditions. Bus leaves Northeastern University on Friday March 20th at 6 PM. Bus returns to Northeastern University on Sunday March 22nd at 1 PM. Deadline to sign up is Friday March 13th. To sign up go to: docs.google.com/forms/d/1DfmG1HWEhBj0Au-cBEA4ODIpnA1wUTCoGqg1vT0x2E8/viewform?usp=send_form

    RENEW Retreat

    March 20, 2015, 6:00pm

    Boston, Massachusetts 02115

    March 20th – 22nd. The Renew Retreat is a weekend long interfaith retreat sponsored by the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service and LEAD 360 to promote spiritual growth, leadership skills and global citizenship. Through workshops and large group sessions, students are introduced to a variety of spiritual practices from various religious traditions. Bus leaves Northeastern University on Friday March 20th at 6 PM. Bus returns to Northeastern University on Sunday March 22nd at 1 PM. Deadline to sign up is Friday March 13th. To sign up go to: docs.google.com/forms/d/1DfmG1HWEhBj0Au-cBEA4ODIpnA1wUTCoGqg1vT0x2E8/viewform?usp=send_form

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    Hi friends: join as for the NU Beit Midrash Friday at 4:30.

    WHERE: the library at NU Hillel.

    WHAT: Do you want to learn more about the festival of Purim coming up March 4-5?

    We will be studying this surprising holiday in preparation for celebrating.

    WHY: Because it's fun! Come and see.

    NU Jewish Spiritual Advisor Eli Herb will provide texts in English and Hebrew. You need NO previous experience learning traditional texts and you do NOT need to know Hebrew. EVERYONE is welcome.

    For questions, please contact Eli at e.herb@neu.edu or call 970-799-1324.
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    Have you been on Birthright? Are you free tonight? Want to earn $25 and get a free dinner?

    Researcher Joe Hyams is studying the impact of social media on Birthright and is hosting a fun, open conversation about ways in which Birthright Alumni use the web and interact online. It is taking place tonight at Boston University Hillel from 6:45-8:30. Email Joe at jhyams@brandeis.edu by 2pm if you are interested!
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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.

    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!


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    Onward Israel Internships

     

    Develop your professional future and build your resume this summer with a high-level internship in the field of your choice in Haifa or Jerusalem. This custom internship program places you in a work place based on your skills, interests and future plans. Each week features a day trip devoted to learning about Israeli society.
     

    COST

    Only $300 – includes full board (3 meals a day), lodging, insurance, and program costs (airfare not included)

    PROGRAM DATES

    June 10 – August 6, 2015

    APPLICATION DEADLINE

    March 15, 2015 – Rolling Applications… apply today! http://www.onwardisrael.com/category/oi-new-application-form

    MORE INFO

    Click here or email Ariel at NEUIsraelPrograms@gmail.com

    See the Onward Israel blog here.


    Learn Hebrew


    “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.