* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Metro Chicago Hillel *

858 W Wrightwood Ave
# 1
Chicago, IL 60614
Phone: (312) 829-1595
Email: info@metrochicagohillel.org
Web: http://www.metrochicagohillel.org
Contact: Charles Cohen, Executive Director, charles@metrochicagohillel.org ; Rabbi Nicole Berne, Assistant Director, nicole@metrochicagohillel.org

Serves students at UIC, NEIU, IIT, DePaul University, Loyola University, Roosevelt University, Columbia College Chicago, SAIC, and Oakton Community College, building a unique Jewish student community on and across the campuses. Through personalized relationship building, Metro Chicago Hillel creates student leadership, and connects students to Jewish life, resources, and opportunities that are right for them. Popular offerings include social action opportunities, Birthright Israel trips, Shabbat programming, Jewish learning opportunities, and social programs.

 

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