Please Donate Canned Food and Other Non Perishables
Hillel of Silicon Valley is holding a canned food drive
during the month of December and January.
Please bring non-perishable food (canned) to the Hillel SV House between
now and January 12. It will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank for those in need of food.
Student Tikkun Olam Initiative
We're raising money for an Israeli non-profit, Save a Child's Heart! Check out their
homepage to see the great work they do! It costs $15,000 to save a child's life. To donate or pledge a matching contribution, please contact Spencer at email@example.com
Sponsor a Shabbat Dinner!
Shabbat Dinner is the cornerstone of Jewish life at Hillel of Silicon Valley, and we rely on the support of our wonderful community to provide Shabbat Dinner every Friday night to our five campuses.
May 4, 18
Cost is anywhere from $200-400 (depending on the menu). If you are interested, or have any questions, please contact our Assistant Director, Mitch Reitman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentor a Student
We are looking for members of the community to help mentor our students - in career advice, for tutoring, and other fields. If you have networking opportunities; or are skilled in math, science, programming, engineering, writing, creating cover letters, or building resumes, please contact Ben at email@example.com.
Donate Your Used Vehicle
Cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, RVs. Any vehicle running or not! Jewelry and real estate too!
Car donations are an easy way to support Hillel of Silicon Valley! We take care of the paperwork and the sale of the car.
For more information and to begin the process, please contact Sarita Bronstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 775-7531
Your donation will fund the work we do, and you may be eligible for a tax deduction!
Hillel of Silicon Valley and Hillel at Rochester University are proud to present their new project: Music Mashugana!
This is a place where everyone can discover, listen and enjoy Israeli music of all types and genres. Along with publishing music playlists, Daniel and Tal, the Israel Fellows, will do presentations when they introduce Israeli music and teach Hebrew with famous Israeli songs. Like Music Mashugana on Facebook, and check us out on Youtube and Spotify
Know about a cool trip our students can take?
Email Ben Blechman at email@example.com
Internships, Jobs, and Volunteer Opportunities
HILLEL INTERNS WANTED
Interested in helping Hillel of Silicon Valley? Want to have a chance to create great events, meet amazing people, and even make a little money? Apply to be an intern! We are hiring a variety of new interns for fall! For position descriptions, click here. To apply, click here.
If you have any questions, e-mail Ben Blechman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Events In the Community
CLUB Z CONFERENCE
Do you know people with teens? Invite them to the only high school conference of it's kind in North America - the Club Z Conference on Israel and Middle East, taking place in Silicon Valley on January 13*-15, 2018! The conference specifically focuses on Zionism, Arab-Israeli conflict as presented on college campus, thus preparing them for college before they get there.
ANY Jewish college student will tell you that knowing the facts about Israel is a top priority on campus! CAMERA, SSI, Hasbarah Fellowships and other leading campus groups will be leading hands on workshops and seminars and participants will walk away with skills and understanding of the Jewish story and be inspired to be proud Zionists!
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOLIDAY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY?
VILLAGE HOUSE AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Village House will be providing shelter to 15 women at Temple Emanu-El from December 6, 2017 until January 3, 2018. Temple Emanu-El is seeking volunteers to help . PLEASE NOTE: Temple Emanu-El requires that ALL Tier 1 volunteers refresh their background checks through the Temple. This applies to Intake & Overnight Volunteers. Please complete and return both Protect My Ministry documents which can be found on the Temple's website at
https://templesanjose.org/VillageHouse. The cost of background checks will be covered by the Temple. All other volunteers will be verified against the Megan's Law website (Tier 2). If you have not undergone training, please contact the Site Director (Janet Phinick) for instructions at (408) 615-1605.