Saturday, May 2
8:45-9:30 pm at the JCC Daniel M. Soref Community Hall (6255 N Santa Monica Blvd.)
Presenting our ...
Friday, April 3rd
6:00 pm at Hillel (3053 N Stowell Ave)
FREE for students
$12- faculty/recent alumni
$20- community member ...
Magic with Ben Seidman: A Fundraiser for Hillel Milwaukee
Saturday, May 2 at 9:30 pm at the JCC Daniel M. ...
Travel to Israel for FREE
Registration for Summer 2015 opens February 3 Learn more about Birthright and all it has to ...
Beautiful prints of one of Barbara Kohl-Spiro's pieces are available for purchase at Hillel (3053 N. Stowell Ave.) for $100. You may have your print signed by the artist! All proceeds benefit Hillel Milwaukee.
The Hillel Student Center - Joseph and Vera Zilber Building
Our building, opened in July 2009, has won two design awards: a 2011 Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects-Wisconsin, and a 2010 Mayor's Design Award in the category of "Live. Work. Harmony."
The building incorporates twenty-four green-building practices. Learn more »
The Hillel facility may be available for rental under certain circumstances.
Please contact Heidi Rattner for more details at email@example.com or
Presenting our local, comedians:
Rabbi Jay Brickman, Jack Shlimovitz, Jerry Benjamin. Dr. Marvin Lauwasser Jody Hirsh
Friday, April 17 at 6:00 pm
At Hillel: 3053 N. Stowell Ave.
Join old and new friends to celebrate Shabbat and enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal at Hillel! As always, FREE for students. Student-led services will take place at 6:00 pm, with dinner following. See you there!
Welcome, incoming freshmen and transfer students starting college in the Milwaukee area in the Fall 2014 semester! If you know of anyone who will be starting classes in the fall and would like to be connected with Hillel, please feel free to give them our contact information: (414) 961-2010 and firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a Facebook group for students: "Hillel Milwaukee Students." Thank you and have a wonderful 2014-15 school year!
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Hillel Milwaukee is supported by the Milwaukee Jewish Federation
Hillel supports the Milwaukee Jewish Federation's 2015 Annual Campaign because the annual campaign supports Hillel! We are a proud partner in serving the community with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation. The funds raised through their annual campaign helps support Hillel programs and services. Please visit the annual campaign website!
Hillel Milwaukee - Joseph & Vera Zilber Building
Hillel Student Center
3053 N. Stowell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Heidi Rattner, Executive Director email@example.com
Heidi was employed as a civil rights lawyer and Jewish educator in Milwaukee before beginning her position as Executive Director in August, 2004. She was active in Hillel during her years at Barnard College, and remembers discovering her taste for Chinese food there. (Having grown up in a kosher Sephardi/Ashkenazi home, Heidi already developed her life-long taste for stuffed grape leaves and stuffed cabbage.)
Heidi enjoys spending time with students, professors, alumni, and Hillel supporters (including Hillel's dedicated board of volunteers). She appreciates the important role that each person plays in helping Hillel be a dynamic and joyful place where young adults have pluralistic opportunities to explore Jewish activities and form lasting friendships.
Sarah Ruble, iNTERIM Director of Jewish Student Life firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah was born into a small, Jewish Community in Salt Lake City, Utah. She belongs to Congregation Shalom, where she attended Hebrew and Religious school and graduated from Shorewood High School in 2008. During her first two years of college, she studied under Rabbi Shapiro as a Rabbinical Intern to explore her dream of becoming a Rabbi. Sarah is graduating UW-Milwaukee this May with a degree in Jewish Studies and a Certificate in Middle Eastern and North African Studies. Along with her role at Hillel Milwaukee, she also works as the School Assistant at Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid. In her free time, Sarah loves to camp and hike as well as play video games and Table-top RPGs.
Sarah looks forward to getting to know students and helping to support them in college and their Jewish journeys. In the fast paced world of today, she wants to learn what this up and coming generation seeks from their Judaism and how to help them find their path through life during this time of great transition.