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Shalom! This week is Israel Week on campus, a week focused on highlighting Israel's achievements, culture, and strides towards peace. It's so important to raise awareness on campus about all the positive aspects of Israel, and to bring together the Jewish community through our joint support. I'm looking forward to all the interesting speakers this week, and the Aroma Iced Coffee at Lilah Lavan!
 
Hope to see you all there! 
-Toba Stern '20, Chair of Israel Programming
At Cornell Hillel
Want to get more involved with Jewish campus life, while gaining valuable resume-worthy experience and earning some extra $? Apply to be a Cornell Hillel intern for the 2017-2018 academic year. Time commitments vary by internship, though most average 3-5 hours per week, including weekly meetings with the internship’s staff supervisor. 

Read the internship descriptions here, then apply here
Applications are due by Sunday, April 30.
Questions? Email us at cuhillel@gmail.com.
On April 24 at 5:30 PM, come to Ho Plaza for a service to honor the 6 million Jews and 5 million other people who died in the Holocaust. More information.

Questions? Contact Jeremy Marchuck.
Join us for a talk with David Makovsky from the Washington Institute on April 25, 8 PM in Goldwin Smith G-64. David Makovsky is the Ziegler distinguished fellow and director of the Project on the Middle East Peace Process. Read more about David here and see more information about the event on Facebook.
A young African-Israeli Jewish soldier returns to Ethiopia to explore his roots, make peace with his past and embrace his future in Israel. A short film about Mekonen will be followed by Herut Adamsu; an Ethiopian-Israeli who serves as an emissary of the Jewish Agency for Israel in U.S campuses.

More information
Questions? Contact Yaniv Levy.
Join us as the Cornell community comes together on April 28th to celebrate all our achievements this year. This beautiful meal will feature five-star kosher cuisine, performances from some of Cornell's leading a capella groups, and a plethora of other fun activities - all with 612 of your closest friends! More information.

Space is limited, so please be sure to sign up today!
Yom Hazikaron, The Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism, occurs every year on the eve of Yom Haatzmaut, Israel Independence Day. 
Join Cornell Hillel and CFI at 7:00 PM on April 30th at 104 West for a memorial service with poetry, music, video, and story to remember those who have perished throughout the history of the State of Israel.

More information.
Questions? Contact Yaniv Levy.
Celebrate Israeli culture and Independence Day with Cornell Hillel!

Based on the Tel Aviv Summer Festival, Lilah Lavan is a night of food, music, and all of the other aspects of Israeli culture. More information.

Questions? Contact Yaniv Levy.
Ever wonder why we offer free programming? Our Executive Director Rabbi Ari Weiss recently gave an ELI Talk (Jewish Ted Talk) about the importance of gifts.

Watch the video here.
Shabbat April 28-29
Services

Friday
Candle Lighting:
 7:44 PM

Kesher (Reform): 5:30 PM
Founder's Room, Anabel Taylor

Shevach (Egalitarian): 5:30 PM
Location TBD-see our website

Kedma (Orthodox): 5:30 PM
Edwards Room, Anabel Taylor

Saturday
Shevach (Egalitarian:
9:15 AM
Room 314, Anabel Taylor
Kedma (Orthodox): 9:15 AM
Edwards Room, Anabel Taylor

Shabbat Ends: 8:50 PM
Join Cornell Hillel, The Center for Jewish Living at CornellRoitman Chabad Center at Cornell UniversityThe Ithaca Area United Jewish Community, and the Jewish Studies Program on the Arts Quad for a special Shabbat dinner with 612 of your closest friends.


Dinner is free, but please sign up before Friday.



Check-in begins at 6:30 PM and dinner begins at 7:00 PM.


More information.
Want to host your own Shabbat dinner? Check out our Shabbat Across Cornell program! We'll help you plan an awesome dinner, and we'll even fund you $5 per person!

Fill out this form to get started, or contact Alana Gross for more information.
Around Ithaca

University Lecture: Materializing History: Time and Telos at POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Thursday, April 27, 5:15 PM, Johnson Museum of Art, Wing lecture room.
This event is co-sponsored by the Jewish Studies Department.
More information.

Protest and Prison in Selma, March 1965 with Rabbi Saul Berman
Thursday April 27, 7-9 pm Textor 101 (Ithaca College)

Rabbi Saul Berman, a leading Orthodox thinker who was active in both the Civil Rights and Soviet Jewry movements, will recount his experiences in March 1965 in Selma, Alabama. Rabbi Berman will offer a Jewish perspective on civil rights engagement during the Civil Rights movement and in the present. 

More information.
The Jews For Animals fellowship trains Jewish students passionate about animal welfare to take action on campus. Fellows will participate in monthly calls with animal advocates from all over the country and lead events on campus to raise awareness of animal welfare issues and learn how they relate to Judaism. The fellowship is a 9-month commitment (September – May).

Apply here by June 1st. 
For more information or questions, contact ilana@shamayimvaretz.org.


 
Join Fashionating Israel for 4 fascinating days of #IsraeliFashion in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and the Negev. Meet top Israeli fashion designers, explore some of Israel’s best shopping centers, participate in hands-on workshops—from the ancient crafts of weaving and embroidery to Instagram photography, peek into the future of fashion through the most exciting fashion & tech startups, and, finally, work on your very own “Project Runway Israel” with an awesome group of new friends. More information.

There is no application deadline, but students are urged to apply as soon as possible.

Questions? Contact Liraz Cohen.
Fall 2017 Course: American Jewish Women and the Body of Tradition
Announcing a new Jewish Studies course for the fall semester: American Jewish Women and the Body of Tradition (JWST 2577). A course on what battles over American Jewish women's bodies can teach us about both Judaism and America. 
No prerequisites.
Mondays and Wednesdays 7:30-8:45 PM

Questions? Contact Cara Rock-Singer.
Congregation Tikkun v'Or (Ithaca Reform Temple) is hiring  Religious School teachers for the 2017-2018 school year. See our website for more information.
Temple Beth-El is hiring for multiple positions, including Religious School Teacher, Youth Advisor, and Music Teacher. See our website for more information.
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