We have a new Facebook Page.

BC Hillel

Volunteer Opportunities!

Many Volunteer Opportunities Available to Students.

Israel

Tanger Hillel at Brooklyn College provides a wide range of ongoing educational and cultural opportunities for students to learn about and celebrate Israel. We encourage and empower students to create a strong cultural connection with Israel through an array of interesting educational and advocacy programs, campus-wide celebrations of Israel independence, and speakers.

For more information, please visit www. Makonisrael.org!


Celebrate Israel Parade:

Please join us as we participate in The Celebrate Israel Parade. The parade is an annual event that has become the world’s largest gathering in a non-partisan show of solidarity with the land and people of Israel. In addition to the registration, we'll create our own banner every year, based on the theme. If there is anyone who has creative ideas and wants to help us out, they should get in touch with me via my email.

If you would like to march with us, please register so that we will be able to order enough T-shirts.
                        

Birthright Israel:

What is it? A first time peer group with educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26. Taglit-Birthright Israel's founders created this program to send thousands of young Jewish adults from all over the world to Israel as a gift in order to diminish the growing division between Israel and Jewish communities around the world; to strengthen the sense of solidarity among world Jewry; and to strengthen participants' personal Jewish identity and connection to the Jewish people.

Interested? If so, join the Brooklyn College Hillel for the adventure of a lifetime: ten days in Israel with your friends and it is absolutely free! For more information, please contact Nikita at nikita@bchillel.org 718-859-1151 ext.18

Already been to Israel? For those of you who have already gone on birthright and there's something in your body and mind telling you to go back to Israel, check outMASA. MASA enables young Jews (18-30 years old) from around the world to build a lasting relationship with the State of Israel. You can strengthen your Jewish identity, receive college credit and gain professional experience by participating in a long term program in Israel. To learn more about MASA,CLICK HERE.

Israel Campus Beat:


       
Writers Wanted!


Write and report on the latest Israeli trends and events on campuses all across North America - and get paid! The premier, student-written, online publication called the Israel Campus Beat is looking for aspiring writers, paid interns, and freelance writers!
Interested? To learn more about ICB, or to apply, please visit their website at www.israelcampusbeat.org!