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Birthright Israel seeks to ensure the future of the Jewish people by strengthening Jewish identity, Jewish communities, and connection with Israel with a 10-day FREE trip to Israel for the majority of Jewish young adults from around the world.
Visit Israel on Birthright with
Bulls For Israel
Bulls for Israel (B4I) is a Pro-Israel club founded in 2010, based at the University of South Florida. Bulls for Israel encourages and promotes education on the ancient and modern history of Israel, the Jewish people and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Bulls for Israel is also dedicated to combating Antisemitism, anti-Israel and anti-Zionist sentiment through education and conversation.
Ice Cream Parlor
Come join us for delicious ice cream on Mondays from 5-7pm! Open to all students!
USF Hillel is a green Hillel.
Jack's garden is a lovely refuge from the stress of academic life. We also have a compost program to reduce our waste. If you're interested in nature, gardening and protecting the environment, there are a lot of ways to get involved and make a difference.
We have also just started
the newest chapter of
Scubi Jew® - a Jewish environmental group that focuses on the marine environment. If you're a scuba diver or want to get certified, contact Sylvie Feinsmith to get involved with Scubi Jew.
Join us for Shabbat Dinner on Friday nights at USF Hillel. Enjoy great food and an opportunity to celebrate the Sabbath with your fellow
USF Hillel friends!
USF Hillel takes part in campus wide Social Justice programs like "Relay for Life" and "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes." We also co-sponsor programs with other campus organizations that promote mutual respect and understanding between different ethnic and religious groups.
Learn what it means to be a leader-both in the Jewish community and on the USF campus-through an immersive cohort of students!
Our year-long student cohort will provide opportunities to network with prominent Jewish alumni, assigned peer-to-peer mentorship, engagements with university administrators and networking opportunities with local Jewish leaders.
Fellowship applications close September 7th. Click on the button below for more information and to apply to the cohort.