Campus Student Leadership Summit
New opportunity for North American college student leaders to address issues of Jewish power and vulnerability on college campuses.

Nominations Have Closed for this Summit

Campus Student Leadership Summit

Launching a new Leadership Summit for North American college student leaders to address issues of Jewish power and vulnerability on college campuses.

The Student Leadership Summit is a unique opportunity for 45 student leaders to explore the landscape of what it means to be Jewish on college campuses.

In this environment of change, we are eager to gather together to explore what it means to be a leader on campus today, and how your ideas can truly impact your campus, both in the Jewish community and at large.

Nominees from Hillels across North America will join with alumni of our signature Hevruta Gap-Year Program to learn with top Hartman Institute faculty and explore the topic of Navigating Jewish Power and Vulnerability on Campus. Together, we will delve into issues related to Jewish peoplehood, expressions of Jewish power and vulnerability, and the ways in which Israel impacts the campus experience.

COVID Note: We will follow all locally required protocols and will release further guidelines upon your acceptance to the program. All students will be housed in individual hotel rooms.

Dates:

Summit opens Sunday, August 8 at 2 pm and concludes Tuesday, August 10 at 2 pm

Eligibility:

The Student Leadership Summit is open to:

  • Alumni of our Hevruta Gap-Year Program
  • College students nominated by their campus Hillel professional

How to Participate: 

Programming will take place at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America offices located in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. Transportation, local lodging, and meals provided by the Shalom Hartman Institute.

Nominations have closed

Note: This program is fully funded for participants, including accommodation for two nights in New York City, meals, and travel expenses.

Questions?

Contact Danielle Kranjec, Director of Campus Initiatives