Jewish life is not centered in a fixed space here at the Tufts Hillel, but also lives on campus beyond the walls of our building, in apartments, dorms, coffee shops, dining halls, or fraternity and sorority houses.
The Community Building Initiative by expands the range of possibilities of what Jewish life can look like and where it can take place.
Each year, approximately twenty program fellows are selected to engage Jewish students on campus. With support and training from Tufts Hillel staff, they develop transformative experiences that speak to who students are, wherever they happen to be on their Jewish journey.
Fellows collaborate with students across campus to design and run initiatives that speak to your interests—whether that’s art, food, community service, or anything else—and play an important role in making the Hillel experience even richer and more rewarding for you—and your peers.