Jewish Community Where You Are
This semester we are thrilled to announce Kehillah! This is UVM Hillel's platform to build niche communities all around campus and virtually. Want to meet other Jewish UVM students with similar interests or peers that have the same the major as you? Kehillah is for you! This is a choose and create your own community.
Kehillah means community in hebrew.
Paint and Sip
Join us for a beginner's-friendly painting lesson with Israeli artist, Penina Shtauber. She will be Zooming from Israel and teaching us step-by-step how to use easy techniques to create a beautiful scene of the old city of Jerusalem - no previous painting experience/artistic abilities required!
This event will take place on Sunday, November 15th at 3:00 PM at UVM Hillel (space limited due to social distancing restrictions - sign up ASAP to reserve your space!). There is also a remote option, as the event will be on Zoom as well - you can pick up supplies here, and we can also Venmo you if you are off campus.
There will also be plenty of hot chocolate, a collection of teas and coffees, Israeli snacks, and other goodies.
Below, find links to three of our local Burlington synagogues: Temple Sinai, Ohavi Zedek, and Ruach Hamaqon. You will also find the sign up sheet required to attend one of these temple's services.
Fall 2020 Committees
UVM Hillel Student Board Committees are an opportunity to be part of a team in areas that you care about. Community outreach, Signature Events, Shabbats, Israel, and more!
Student Board Applications
The Student Board is looking for emerging leaders and people excited and invested in our UVM Jewish community to apply to the student executive team! Fill out this application by November 22nd! Reach out to Hannah Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Fall Learning Fellowships
This semester we will be offering three different learning fellowships. Click the application button to learn more about each of the different fellowships. After completion of each fellowship, you will receive a stipend.
UVM offers Hebrew, Jewish Studies, and Holocaust Studies courses through the CAS. Many courses are cross-listed for JS credit as well! Support CAS by checking out the JS, HS, and HEBR classes for next fall. Anyone who enrolls in Hebrew for next semester gets free study help at Hillel and Henderson's gift card with proof of registration. :) Visit their webpage and email Matt for details!