The Perelman Center for Jewish Life is temporarily closed for the health and safety of our community. Drexel Hillel is beginning limited in-person outdoor programming Friday October 2nd. Please keep our community healthy by following all health & safety guidelines View Drexel Hillel's Rules for In-Person Programming During COVID-19
 

Rules for In Person Hillel Activities During COVID-19

Hillel is resuming limited outdoor only, masks-on programming. Click for our safety rules and regulations

 
 

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Whether you are interested in getting involved in celebrating shabbat and holidays, pursuing social action projects through our tzedek initiatives, developing leadership skills through our internships and leadership retreats, exploring your spirituality, traveling to Israel, or engaging your Jewish story in another way, Drexel Hillel is here to take the journey with you. Explore our website, visit our facebook page, or schedule a coffee date with one of our staff members or student leaders to learn more about the ways to get involved and build your Jewish life at Drexel.

Hillel to Resume Limited In-Person Programming

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Effective October 2nd, 2020 Drexel Hillel will be resuming limited in person programming.  All programs will be outdoors only and require masks.  Other limitations and regulations apply. See our one…

2020 New Year Reflections: What are You Called to Become?

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Students, faculty, staff and alumni were encouraged to submit video and responses to Hillel’s annual public reflection question. Here are their answers:     Written reflections and photography from alumna…

2019 New Year Reflections: What Do You Dare to Dream?

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"If you will it, it is no dream” - Theodore Herzl A dream not interpreted is like a letter not read - Rav Hisda (Brakhot 55a) The greatest strides in our…

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