Our Partnership with Repair The World
Maryland Hillel is excited and proud to announce that we have joined in partnership with Repair the World, an organization committed to inspiring American Jews to give their time and effort to serve those in need and make service a defining part on one’s Jewish identity. Click Here to Read More
Local Volunteer Opportunities
Together with local organizations, Maryland Hillel offers students the opportunity to give back to the surrounding community through various community service initiatives. Tutor a high school student, work to eliminate homelessness in DC or work with adults and children with disabilities, and so much more. Click here to learn more!
Through our extensive Alternative Break program, Hillel and Repair the World offer students the opportunity to immerse themselves in new local and global communities in order to learn about and actively combat social justice issues. Alternative Breaks inspire students to understand their role in the world and their ability to make change. Click Here to Read More
Alternative Break Fellowship
Hillel is proud to continue for its fourth year, the Repair the World Alternative Break Fellowship. This fellowship will serve to provide a group of students the opportunity to explore Judaism and Social Justice, community organizing and how to lead for social change while also executing an Alternative Break trip. Click here to Read More
Kolker-Saxon-Hallock Tzedek Fellowship (KSH)
Maryland Hillel seeks to create a culture that inspires to students to give their time to those in need. The KSH Tzedek fellowship will empower a group of students to create local volunteer opportunities and connect the Jewish community at Maryland to meaningful service. Fellows will connect with Jewish students on campus, building relationships with their peers who may be interested in service for a variety of reasons. Click here to learn more.
Blog For Change
This blog offers you the opportunity to hear personal stories from UMD students and leaders in various Jewish communities who are inspired by this principle and commit their lives to a world of service.