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Campus Student Leadership Summit

A Wellspring program for young adults

Jewish leaders constantly balance the commitments of building community while recognizing autonomy. How can we lead with flexibility that recognizes difference, and resilience that can withstand pressure? The Student Leadership Summit is a unique opportunity for students to unpack Jewish wisdom and gain insights into issues facing the modern Jewish world.

The Summit gives campus leaders the opportunity to explore how our understanding of how Judaism influences the ways we approach ideas of community and the challenges that pull on the Jewish community – both from within and from the outside. 

Join our elite cadre of Jewish students from across North America to explore how you can impact your campus community. Whether you’re involved in Hillel, Jewish life, politics, social affairs, or other campus organizations, you will grow as a leader who can make a difference in the future of Jewish life.

Learn with world-renowned Hartman faculty at our New York City offices over two days, and delve into big questions that will change the way you think and act.

Join a remarkable community of your peers for the experience of a lifetime.



Tuesday, August 8 – Thursday, August 10, 2023


The Student Leadership Summit is open to:

  • Alumni of our Hevruta Gap-Year Program
  • College students nominated as leaders by organizations on campus
  • Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors


This program is highly subsidized for participants and includes transportation, accommodation for two nights in New York City, and meals.

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Who We Are

Director of Young Adult Initiatives

Manager of Student Relationships

For More Information

Questions about the Campus Student Leadership Summit? Contact Daniel Braunfeld, Director of Young Adult Initiatives
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