MIT Hillel has gone virtual!
Learn about what the MIT Hillel community has looked like over the past few months…
Most programming stops during the summer, but this year has been different. Since going virtual, our program team has planned numerous events for both undergrad and grad students. Even if we haven’t been able to interact in person, we’ve stayed connected through virtual learning, social, cultural and religious programming.
Undergrad programming has included Kabbalat Shabbat, Schmooze with Jews, DIY Passover seders, an Afikomen hunt, and the Hillel Center Zoom social hours.
GradHillel programming included Torah on Tap, a virtual Passover seder, GradHillel Cooks, Shabbat dinners, Hillel @home sessions, Zikaron B'Salon, and a delicious challah bake.
Both undergrad and GradHillel have been doing their own book clubs, Chavurah & JLF cohorts, one-on-one Zoom “coffee” chats, game nights
And that’s just to name a few.
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