Elon Hillel is a student-run, staff-mentored organization. Students take the lead in creating innovative Jewish programming for the entire campus.
Whether you have lots of time or a only little, there are many ways to get involved with Elon Hillel. Leadership opportunities include: Student Board, Engagement Internships, and many more!
Spring 2022 Hillel Board
These students are engaging, motivated, and working hard to develop new programs and initiatives for the Jewish students on Elon’s campus.
Presidents: Zoe Kurtz & Lindsay Rosenzweig
Treasurer: Andrew Rachels
Community Development Chairs: Ayala Schwartz & Abba Winters
DEI Chairs: Hailey Eichner & Mandi Jaffe
Israel Chairs: Mandi Lichtenstein & Lauren Smith
Religious/Education Chairs: Ilana Lefkowitz & Samantha Resnick
Shabbat Chairs: Averie Bernstein, Sophie David, & Miriam Skadron
Communications Team: Morgan Hack & Jules Martin
Emeritus Presidents: Gabe Scherzer & Maquie Weiss
Hillel understands that students relate best to other students. Our interns reach out to new students on campus, get to know them, find Hillel programming that will meet their needs and together, help create a vibrant, relevant Jewish experience on our campus.
2021-22 Engagement Interns
Through meaningful peer-to-peer engagement, including coffee conversations, specific events for first year students, and other meetings, Elon Hillel’s engagement interns connect with all new students on campus and welcome them to our community.
Meet Olivia Kogan, Adam Horowitz, Mandi Lichtenstein, Ry Klein, Hannah Fritts, and Lucy Sneader.
Please feel free to contact our interns with ANY questions about Elon or Jewish life on campus
The Elon Hillel Engagement Internship is funded by the generosity of the Bernstein Kronovet Family Elon Experience Internship, the Dick/Schulman Hillel Engagement Intern Scholarship, and Hillel International.