Hillel challenges and supports students as they develop as future leaders of the Jewish community and the world. Students develop skills that help them become reflective and critical thinkers, inspire and motivate others, develop and enhance a personal leadership philosophy, and work collaboratively with their communities.
Excellent student leaders are the driving force of Hillel. Students can take the first step by applying for an Executive Board position in the winter or helping to coordinate events throughout the year. As an event coordinator, a committee member, or as an executive leader of any of our clubs, student leaders motivate their peers to succeed!
Join a Committee
Get involved with Hillel throughout the year by joining one of our many committees.
We currently are looking for students who are enthusiastic about Israel who want to help plan IsraelFest in April or students who want to help organize social outings out and about in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech Hillel is giving a face-lift to our siddurs. A committee will begin meeting to discuss aspects such as prayers, transliterations, and art work for the new prayer books.