There are tons of ways for students to get involved in Jewish life on Towson University’s campus. Below are a few examples of our thriving community around Towson. Click on each item to learn more.
Hillel’s Student Board helps create the vibrant and pluralistic Jewish community at Towson University, where the student body can participate in and create meaningful Jewish experiences. The student board reaches out to the campus community through a variety of social, cultural, educational and social action programs and initiatives. Meet the team here.
The Hillel Lounge is attached to Newell Dining Hall, so come in to just say hello! We would love to work with you or help you find a way to get involved. We can’t wait to have you join our home away from home.
Questions? Please email Scott Black.
We are a group of students who are creating a new vision of how Muslims and Jews can collaborate with one another while providing a safe space for students to engage in a respectful dialogue. We plan to have biweekly meeting and larger events which promote our vision as a group!
If you are interested in learning more about JAM please contact Scott Black.
Challah for Hunger is a non-profit national organization founded by Eli Winkelman at Scripps College in 2004. Challah for Hunger’s mission is to “bring people together to bake and sell challah in an effort to raise money and awareness for social justice causes.” Challah for Hunger is currently run by thousands of Jewish students across 78 campuses in the US., Canada, Australia, and England! The Towson University Challah for Hunger Chapter was founded in Fall 2013. The Towson University Chapter is dedicated to making a difference by donating to food justice organizations such as MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Relief and the Maryland Food Bank. We also partner with organizations on Towson’s campus to contribute to philanthropies that are important to our fellow Tigers! If you are interested in getting involved, please like our Facebook page “TUChallah4Hunger” or follow our Instagram account @TUchallah4Hunger for more information!
If you are interested in learning more about Challah For Hunger please contact Scott Black.
If you are interested in learning more about Tigers for Israel please contact Scott Black.
We are a group of pro-Israel students at Towson University with a mission to create and enhance the positive image of Israel on campus, as well as connect students from diverse backgrounds to Israeli culture.
To create and enhance the positive image of the Jewish homeland on Towson University’s campus and connect students from diverse backgrounds to Israeli culture.
The Towson Hillel Engagement Intern program is designed to dramatically enhance Jewish life on campus. Each campus employs a cohort of students with broad social networks to build relationships with uninvolved Jewish students over the course of a year.
Each Intern is charged with building relationships with uninvolved Jewish students on campus. Serving as a resource to meaningful opportunities, the Engagement Intern strives to advance Jewish values in the context of their relationships.
The Engagement Intern strives to understand students’ interests, passions, and aspirations – and connect them to opportunities that they may find meaningful and engaging.
Each Intern is given a budget to plan initiatives that enable them to meet uninvolved Jewish students and follow-up with them in an authentic, comfortable, and open way. Initiatives have the dual purpose of attracting uninvolved students and advancing Jewish values.
The Engagement Intern provides on-going relationship-building, especially as follow-up to immersive and meaningful experiences such as Taglit-Birthright Israel trips, Alternative Break trips, etc.
For more information on how to become an Engagement Intern, contact Scott today.
Towson University has a thriving Greek Life which includes several Jewish Heritage Fraternities and Sororities such as AEPi, AEPhi, and ZBT. Click here for more information on Greek Life on campus.