Yale Hillel

Welcome to Yale Hillel, housed at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish life at Yale University. We at Yale Hillel foster a vibrant, active, and diverse community on campus that is above all welcoming and inclusive. This website serves as a guide to the various aspects of our organization and includes many ways of getting involved. Yale Hillel offers a plethora of means for students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identities. They can dine on kosher meals every day, plan social action events , participate in study with rabbinic scholars, party at the annual Hillel Formal, lead Shabbat services, travel to Israel, continue their personal journey in Jewish discovery, and make lifelong friendships. Yale Hillel is a community that enthusiastically embraces the range of Jewish backgrounds and experiences on campus. Come in and take a look around, both online and at the Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale, home of Yale Hillel. We look forward to meeting you!

–Yale Hillel Board

 Click here for a list of Hillel Board members and contact information.

Partnering with Hillel Hillel has co-sponsored events with various different student and professional organizations to create unique programs and events. These have ranged from a Quesadilla study break with the Spanish-American cultural society La Casa to bringing in speakers with the Muslim Students Association. If you are interested in partnering with Hillel, please contact hillel@yale.edu for more information.

Email Lists – Yale Hillel has 3 major email lists that are available for signup.

 Kehillah Newsletter: For the most up-to-date information on our Graduate and Professional programming, join our mailing list to receive our biweekly newsletter

Hillel-Talk: Hillel-talk is restricted to current undergraduates at Yale, and is a more informal way for members to talk about what’s going on. Students will often use this to publicize smaller events that others might be interested in attending, such as those from affiliated organizations. It is also a fun way to talk about Judaism in the news, and other interesting topics. All members can send to this list.

Slifka-Talk: Slifka-Talk is not restricted to any one group at Yale, and is the formal means of finding out what’s happening at Slifka, as well as messages from our Staff and Students for the Yale and Greater New Haven community.

 

Newsletter Signup

Enter your information below to sign for the Kehilah-Talkm, Hillel Talk, and Slifka-Talk newsletters. Note: Hillel Talk is limited to undergrads and is the direct panlist for Yale Hillel, Kehilah-Talk is for the graduate communiuty. Slifka-Talk is not limited to any one group and is formal news that comes from Slifka Center.
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