Applications are due on February 7th, 2017 at 4 PM. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Cornell Hillel President Brandon Cohen (bsc77) or Vice President Danielle Eiger (dre38).
All Cornell Hillel Committees: - 1 hour or lower commitment per week, including weekly or bi-weekly meeting (committees will choose a meeting time based on the members’ schedule)- Mandatory one time organizational meeting in the beginning of February (details to come)
Religious Life and Education Committee: (Chaired by Chanan Heisler nah79) - Coordinating regular programming focused on Jewish education and inter-denominational discussion- Providing programming for High Holy Holidays - Communicating and programming with the various minyanim (religious groups) and with the CJL in bringing in scholars in residence - Helping promote Shabbat services and dinner- Helping promote Kosher Dining- Help ensure Kosher food options at Hillel events
Israel Programming Committee: (Chaired by Toba Stern tfs46) - Responsible for Israel education and awareness through cultural programming and events such as the Israel Runway, Yom Haatzmaut, etc- Working with different groups on campus to increase Israel support- Planning exciting and fun events that bring the wider Jewish community together
Engagement Committee: (Chaired by Ashley Radparvar aar98) - Organizes large-scale social programming for the Jewish community on campus- Past Events Include: Big Red Bar Mitzvah, Jewish Speed Dating, Jews on Ice, MasqueRAVE-Creates and plans fun events, study breaks, hangouts and so much more
Social Justice Committee: (Chaired by Joshua Roth jjr246) - Organizes Social justice and community service opportunities and programs- Adds sustainability components to Hillel programs (i.e. recycling, composting...)- Works on programming concerning sexual assault awareness on campus- Fundraising initiatives and events for the Cornell Hillel causes
Cultural Programming Committee: (Chaired by Jeremy Marchuck m2266) - Focuses on both Jewish and Multi-cultural programming- Examples include: multi-faith service projects and Shabbat programming
Communications Committee: (Chaired by Sasha Chanko stc83) - Providing print and social media marketing for Hillel initiatives (i.e. Facebook events, google calendar, quarter cards/posters)- Working with Member Groups and Hillel Staff to develop PR strategies, to advertise and promote events- Areas include Social Media, Design, and Marketing
Freshman Engagement Committee (Chaired by Rebecca Horowitz rgh99)- Plan and execute freshman-oriented events on north campus designed to build a community among freshman- Integrate freshman into the larger Jewish community at Cornell by working with other committees to organize programming such as group walks to shabbat dinner at 104 West-Create programming to help freshman form relationships with Jewish upperclassmen who can help guide them through their first year at Cornell
Shabbat Planning Committee (Chaired by Brandon Cohen and Danielle Eiger)-Plan and execute Themed Friday Night Dinners-Work closely with the CJL to create an inclusive and welcoming environment-Help students Shabbat across campus
Major Speaker Series: (Chaired by Molly Pushner map375)This committee is typically a year long position. Please reach out to Molly Pushner for more information about joining!
Upperclassman Engagement:-Plan events for juniors and seniors in collegetown-Past events include: Vodka and Latkes, Shabbat Across Collegetown
Don't think any of the committees are right for you?- Sign up for Upperclassman Engagement below! - Check out our website for upcoming opportunities- Reach out to President Brandon Cohen (bsc77) or Vice President Danielle Eiger (dre38) for more info and ideas