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  • Summer teen Israel trip looking for male staff

    Camp Seneca Lake, a Jewish residential summer camp located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, is seeking a male staff member for our Camp Seneca Lake “CSL” in Israel program, a five-week immersive Israel experience for sixteen-year-old/ entering high school juniors.  Our 2015 trip will take place from Sunday June 28 – Sunday August 2.  The male staff member will positively participate in all aspects of the trip, completing assigned programmatic and supervision responsibilities, and support the efforts of the CSL in Israel Trip Leader to ensure a successful summer for all.   

    The CSL in Israel Program:

    CSL in Israel is a pluralistic program for Jewish teens, almost if not all of whom have spent at least one summer at Camp Seneca Lake.  Our five-week immersive ...

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  • An Evening of Comedy Featuring Judy Gold

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    We hope to see you at our first Major Speaker Series event of the semester. For additional details, including how you can enter to win a free dinner with Judy, visit our Facebook event

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  • Jewish Theological Seminary programs

    Seeking Jewish learning opportunities, post-graduation? Learn about programs from the Jewish Theological Seminary in NYC below.



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  • Save the date: 2015 Tanner Prize


    Cornell Hillel to Honor President David J. Skorton with Tanner Prize

    Friday, May 29, 2015

    Cornell Hillel's Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the awarding of the 2015 Tanner Prize to Cornell University President David J. Skorton. The prize is awarded annually to an individual, couple, family or other entity to recognize long-time contributions to both the Jewish people and Cornell University. For his efforts toward enhancing Jewish life around the world and his leadership at Cornell, David Skorton satisfies both conditions for the prize.

    The prize will be presented on Friday, May 29, in New York City at a lunch at the Cornell Club of New York. Cornell Board of Trustees Chairman Emeritus Harold Tanner '52 will present the prize bearing his name.

    “We have long wanted to ...

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  • Purim Festivities



    Order Mishloach Manot here.

    Our other Purim Festivities....

    Three Rabbis Walk in a Bar: March 1, 6:15pm at 104 West! - This panel discussion is your chance to ask our three Rabbis, Chaim, Jeremy & Scott, anything you've ever wanted to know about Purim, Shabbat, Passover, the best way to spell Chanukah/Hanukah/Channukkahahahaha, the origin of gefilte fish, or any other Jewish topic. 

    North Campus Prelims Study Break: March 3, 9:30-11pm in the Takton Center - Banish your stress for a bit and enjoy hamentashen and beverages, in the spirit of Purim.

    Megillah reading: March 4, 6:00 pm Egalitarian in the Founders Room (Anabel Taylor Hall)

    6:30 p.m. Orthodox in the Edwards room (Anabel Taylor Hall)

    Meal & Spiel: March 4, 7:30pm in the cafe of Anabel Taylor Hall - enjoy ...

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  • Register for Taglit-Birthright Israel

    Explore Israel with us! Registration opens February 3rd. Check out our Facebook page for photos from our recent trip.

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  • Cornell Hillel India Trip

    *Date changed to May 26-June 4*

    Travel to India with Cornell Hillel this summer! Travel around the country and volunteer at a Jewish summer camp. Contact Rabbi Jeremy ASAP to apply and learn more.

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  • On-Campus Graduation Shabbat and Shavuot Accommodations for Graduating Students and their Families

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    We are looking forward to welcoming family and friends to campus to celebrate graduation, Shabbat, and Shavuot. Cornell University has created on-campus housing and dining options specifically for observant guests.


    Hans Bethe House, a West Campus dormitory close to kosher food at 104West! and services at Anabel Taylor Hall, will be available as a four-night package, from Friday, May 22 through Monday, May 25. You will have the option of reserving individual rooms or a suite. The rooms themselves will have automatic lights disabled and a personal refrigerator. To sign up for this special housing package, students must first log onto the housing commencement website to receive a lottery time. This will then enable you to sign up for housing and request Shavuot accommodations. These arrangements must be made by ...

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  • Celebrate Shabbat with us

     

    Join us Fridays at 5:30pm in Anabel Taylor Hall for Shabbat services, followed by dinner at 104 West! - doors open at 6:30 and dinner begins at 7:00. Register early for just $10 cash or Big Red Bucks, or one meal swipe. Walk-ins welcome for just $2 more.

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  • Internship, Job & Volunteer Opportunities

    Click here for a master list of many internships in Israel


    Plus see below for other opportunities, in the US and Israel.


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    The Urban Adamah Fellowship Now Accepting 2015 Applications

    Connect to Something Bigger: Earth, Community, Social Justice, Jewish Spirituality

    The Urban Adamah Fellowship, based in Berkeley, CA, is a three-month residential training program for young adults (ages 21–31) that combines urban organic farming, social justice training and progressive Jewish learning and living within the setting of an intentional community.

    Through the operation of Urban Adamah’s one-acre organic farm and internships with social justice organizations, fellows gain significant skills, training and experience in all aspects of sustainable urban agriculture, community building, leadership development and urban food access.  

     

    Upcoming Fellowships

    Spring: March 1 – May 22, 2015

    Summer: ...

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