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Hillel International today announced that it has reached an agreement with The David Project to integrate the pro-Israel group into Hinenu, Hillel’s Israel Education and Engagement department. The two organizations have a long-established partnership that will be formalized to serve the missions of both organizations. The David Project will strengthen its proven methodology for building diverse pro-Israel support on campus, while helping Hillel empower Jewish students on campus to create enduring connections to Israel.
Updated: Sep. 06, 2017
In these incredibly challenging times of Operation Protective Edge, we are truly inspired by everyone in Israel, including many of our partners and friends, who are donating their time and energy to helping those in need and making their voices heard. Many of us who have been watching developments unfold from afar are also asking, “what can we do to help?” Thanks to our friends at Israel on Campus Coalition and The iCenter, we have curated a list below with ways to get involved!
Updated: Jul. 31, 2014
Nearly 100 campus professionals from across the United States are gathering this month for the launch of Israel on Campus Coalition’s Campus Strategy Institute (CSI), an eight-month program that provides campus professionals with the tools they need to expand support for Israel on campuses across the United States. The conferences, hosted by Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC), are happening on two campuses, one week apart: UCLA, from October 20-22, 2013 and the University of Pennsylvania, from October 27-29, 2013.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2013
There has not to date been an attempt to conceptualize the campus specific situation for Israel in the United States or craft an overarching strategy for how to deal with it. Based on significant research (including surveys of students, campus professionals, and faculty), this document intends is to fill this gap in order to assist the leadership and staff of the pro-Israel campus network and the wider Jewish community in developing a set of generally agreed upon principles.
Updated: Feb. 29, 2012