Hillel at Binghamton provides countless opportunities for students to learn and implement leadership skills. Whether students want to serve on the executive board, be a director of a committee, chair a specific program or have an internship through Hillel, you can take an idea and execute it from start to finish. Hillel hosts on-campus seminars and retreats, helps students find jobs and internships, and sends students to national and international leadership training conferences.
The college experience is about more than just receiving a degree. It is a time to learn and use skills and tools that will last well beyond the college years.
Whether it is the through the Hillel Internships, the Student Board, the Assembly, or working with a Hillel staff member to create your own experience, Hillel at Binghamton is a place to be or become a leader.
Applications for Executive Board are closed for the 2022-2023 Academic year,
please check back here in Spring for the 2023-2024 Executive Board Application
Executive Board is the main coordinating body of Hillel at Binghamton's leadership structure. The Board meets weekly. The Executive Board develops and implements a unified vision for Hillel's programming initiatives and serves to connect the Student Association and the Hillel Community.
For more information on other leadership opportunities, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The positions on the Executive Board are:
Executive Vice President
Vice President of Public Relations
Vice President of Finance
Vice President of Programming
Vice President of Jewish Life
Vice President of Community Engagement
For more information about these positions, and position descriptions, click here!
To be a candidate for President, a student must have served on the Hillel Assembly or Executive Board for at least a full academic year.
To be a candidate for Executive Vice President, a student must have served on the Hillel Assembly for at least a full semester.
To be a candidate for Vice President of Public Relations, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Programming, the Vice President of Jewish Life, and the Vice President of Community Engagement, a student must have served on assembly or a subgroup board for at least a semester. The Executive Board can waive this requirement with a two-thirds vote.
Candidates who are running for president, who do not get elected, can drop down to any other executive board position
All candidates must submit a letter of intent and a 2-3 minute video speech containing their platform.
Any questions, comments, or concerns? Please reach out to the current President, Lauren Hollander,
at email@example.com or Jennifer Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for Assembly are closed for the 2022-2023 Academic year,
please check back here in Spring for the 2023-2024 Assembly Application
Do you love Hillel? Want to get more involved in Hillel but unsure how?! Interested in being part of Hillel Leadership?! Applications are now open for Hillel Assembly! The Hillel Assembly consists of the Directors/Presidents of our 16 subgroups.
The Hillel Assembly is made up of the 7 Executive Board Members and the President/Director of every subgroup listed below. If you are interested in applying for an Assembly Subgroup leadership position, please fill out the application by Monday May 3rd.
Please feel free to speak with the current assembly member in the role you're interested in applying for, any member of the executive board, or any staff; if you are interested in learning more before you apply!
List of positions currently open for the 2021-2022 school year:
Bearcats for Israel
Challah for Hunger
C4SJ (Committee for Social Justice)
FYSH (First Year Students of Hillel)
Koach (Conservative Jews of Hillel)
OSH (Orthodox Students of Hillel)
RJH (Reform Jews of Hillel)
Jewish Union of Graduate Students (JUGS)
Hillel Outdoors Pursuits (HOP)
Check back for the Application
Position Descriptions/Subgroup Descriptions can be found here
A list of current Assembly Directors/Presidents can be found here
Student Leader Resources
A "How-To" Guide on Hillel Public Relations