See below for some incredible opportunities for college students and Hillel professionals to connect with Reform Jewish life on campus.
Connect with NFTY’s Alumni Network: Looking for a friendly face on campus? If you’re an alum of a high school youth group affiliated with NFTY, tap into the NFTY Alumni Network to stay connected.
Find helpful online resources: Check out ReformJudaism.org’s college life page for DIY Jewish guides, resources to help students manage school-related stress, and programs to join.
Join the Reform professionals on campus network: Are you a Hillel professional connected with the Reform Movement? Email Evan Traylor to get connected.
Tap into money for Reform programs: Sponsored by the Men of Reform Judaism, grants are available for students to create their own Reform Jewish events on campus.
Be staff at summer camp: Apply to be staff at one of the URJ’s 16 regional and specialty summer camps and join an incredible community for the summer.
Intern in DC: Each summer, the Religious Action Center’s Machon Kaplan program provides students interested in social justice and Judaism with a summer social justice internship in Washington DC.
URJ Leaders Campus Visits: Want one of the leaders of the Reform Movement to visit your campus? Email Evan Traylor for more information.