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New student intake form:     Please Click Here And Fill Out The Form

RIGHT NOW: 

Please Note that due to COVID-19 All current programs are online or outdoors with Social Distancing REQUIRED and can be found on our Facebook page.


“The Kosher Cooking Project” on Facebook for our once a month off campus cooking classes.

 

 

 

Join us ON ZOOM for our
2020 / 2021
Schedule:

Intro to Dorm Room  Cooking  in
September
Stuffed Squash in
October
Matzo Ball Soup & Potato Kugle in
November
Latke varieties in
December


Lacto-Fermentation Pickle Making  in
January
Challah and Bagels in
February
Hamentashen and Cookies in
March
Grain & Gluten free, Chocolate Mousse in
April
Campfire Cooking for Lag B’Omer in
May.

 

Enjoy a picture of our Alum- Katie!
She is now away in Grad School, because the best student participant is a student first!
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Our Student Board has also had some changes.
Please check-out the Student Leaders Page for more information!
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Looking for a Summer Job? Why not intern for Hillel International?
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Need to know when the next Jewish holiday is?
Check out Heb-Cal!  www.hebcal.com/holidays

Two line Torah for college students:

*Finding Family Away From Home*

 

In Parashat Vayigash, Joseph’s brothers come to Egypt to ask for help in a time of famine. However, they do not recognize that the ruler they’ve approached is Joseph, since they thought he was dead, but actually he is now ruling alongside the Pharaoh in Egypt. Joseph demands that they leave their youngest brother, Benjamin, as a slave. Another brother, Judah, asks that Joseph take him instead, protecting his youngest brother. It is then that Joseph reveals his true identity and asks if their father, Jacob, is still alive. The brothers bring Jacob to Egypt where he reunites with his long-lost son. Joseph asks for a piece of land for his family to settle on—which they are granted—and they prosper in wealth, fertile land, and family togetherness.

This portion, which highlights the importance of family looking out for one another, comes at an apt time where many students are heading home to see their own families.

The emphasis placed on family in this passage is an important thing for us all to remember.

The campus Jewish community often serves as a family-like group for Jewish students who are away from their homes. Anything we can do to be present, encourage, support, and look out for one another, the way that Joseph’s family did, is a worthwhile and important part of building our campus community to be a home away from home.

(By, Susan Becker – the Jewish Life Director at Hillel at Temple University)

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Students – get started early on your career path.

Special internship & employment links for you!

Work for Hillel-   www.hillel.org/get-involved/work-at-hillel

Onward Israel-  onwardisrael.org/theme-based-programs

Masa Israel-  www.masaisrael.org/find-program

Jewish Jobs-  jewishjobs.com

UNR (TMCC, SNU, WNC, GBC, CCNN, & other colleges)

Atty Garfinkel – Berry at
HillelofNorthernNevada@gmail.com
(775) 686-8944

Are you interested in learning about Greek Life at UNR from a Jewish perspective? Are you interested in learning about how the Jewish population participates in broader Greek life?

Are you interested in connecting with the Jewish sorority, or Jewish fraternity?

Do you just have questions about Northern Nevada?

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