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MIT Hillel's committment to pluralism and student empowerment means students can encounter Jewish life in many forms as well as explore what it means to create Jewish life on your own terms.

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  • MIT Hillel encourages students to develop a relationship to Israel by visiting, learning about its ancient and modern day history, and connecting to the people of Israel. We encourage a relationship...
  •   MIT Hillel is committed to cultivating student leaders who will impact both the Jewish and broader MIT community. There are formal opportunities for leadership through the student board and...
  • Students at MIT come from diverse Jewish backgrounds. MIT and Hillel provide a sound structure for the variety of needs that students arrive with: Kosher dining, Shabbat and Holiday services, living...
  • Why Tzedek? 
Framed by the Jewish imperatives of tzedakah (justice), gemilut chasadim (acts of loving kindness), and tikkun olam (repair of the world), the MIT Tzedek Initiative aspires to provide a...
  • MIT GradHillel is a Jewish community of graduate students, postdocs and young professionals affiliated with MIT. MIT GradHillel sponsors social programs, dinners, outings, holiday celebrations, and...
  • Before going fully virtual, MIT Hillel has had many annual traditions including the Test-Tube Menorah Candlelighting, Shabbat 250, and the Hummus Experience. While we moved some of them to run...
  • Come dine with us, and while you're at it, take advantage of our resources!
  • Welcome to MIT Hillel! MIT Hillel works with a diverse Jewish student body to create opportunities for Jewish expression and observance. Our community might be a good fit for you if you enjoy...

MIT Hillel

Phone: 617-253-2982
Email: hillel@mit.edu

MIT Hillel
Muriel and Norman B. Leventhal
Center for Jewish Life

40 Massachusetts Ave, Building W11
Cambridge, MA 02139

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