If you a current MIT student and want to partake in Hillel's Passover offerings, please fill out this form by Thursday, March 18, 11:59pm ET. This form allows you to sign up for the following offerings:
- Kosher for Passover Food
For those undergraduates living in the dorms, Kosher for Passover food will be available for seders and/or during the week of Passover, pre-packaged and delivered to your dorm.
All seder meals will come with Passover ritual objects (matzah, grape juice, seder plate foods, etc). You can also just order these ritual objects, without a kosher meal.
All ritual objects -- ordered with or apart from meals -- will be delivered the Friday before Passover begins; you may need to refrigerate some of the items.
- For Undergraduates
A 45-minute Zoom seder that covers the highlights + hanging afterwards to socialize, led by Marissa Freed
Sunday, March 28 at 9PM ET
- For GradHillel
The MIT GradHillel seder is participatory and intended for the MIT graduate student community.
We are not designing content or timing for young families or children, but if you'd like to bring your kids you are welcome to.
We will reimburse MIT graduate students and up to one other graduate aged member of their household up to $25 per person. Please save itemized receipts, we will follow up with a reimbursement form.
The GradHillel Zoom seder will take place on Sunday night, March 28 (2nd night/seder) at 7:30 pm ET.
- Jew-It-Yourself (JIY) Passover
Whether you're making matzah pizza together, hosting a seder, or discussing a Passover related topic, we want to support you.
JIYs are open to undergraduates living on OR off campus, and the GradHillel students/community members.
We wish everyone a healthy and happy Passover, chag sameach!
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns!