Thank you for helping Goucher Hillel restore and dedicate our first-ever Torah, a Holocaust memorial scroll. Learn more here.
Reserve your seat at the table here for Senior Week Shabbat Dinner (May 17) by noon on Tuesday, May 14.
NOW HIRING: 2013-2014 Student Engagement Interns! Apply here.
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Goucher Hillel is the central address for Jewish campus life at Goucher College. Through Hillel, students find a home away from home, social and cultural connections, Shabbat and holiday celebrations, a full kosher meal plan, Taglit-Birthright Israel and Alternative Spring Break trips, a link to events and people in the wider Baltimore Jewish community, and opportunities to actively pursue social justice, Jewish learning, and spiritual growth. Goucher Hillel events are student-driven and open to all members of the Goucher community, regardless of faith or background.
Like Abraham and Sarah’s tent, our doors are open to everyone. The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Jewish Student Center is located in Stimson Hall and houses Goucher’s kosher dining hall, a lounge area, a computing center, and a small library.
Goucher Hillel’s full-time professionals are always available for counseling as well as just to catch up.
Please feel welcome to stop by in person—or drop us a line at (410) 337-6545 or email@example.com.
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NEW FEATURE – Torah Study Sheets
About every other week, we at Goucher Hillel aim to bring you insights from the Torah portion of the week, through the prism of the four lenses of the 2000-year old reading of PaRDeS with a modern twist.
Here is Rabbi Josh’s speech for Parshat Emor: Dvar Torah – Emor – April 26 2013
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