The Student Board is responsible for formally guiding the Hillel community. Students work hard to build connections and strengthen relationships with other campus communities. At Emory students challenge one another to build a warm and nurturing community whose content is compelling and diverse. Programming is innovative and creative, reflective of the broadly varied interests and pursuits of Jewish students.
The Hillel at Emory student board is composed of the positions listed below. There are numerous leadership roles and student internships available to students aside from these positions, including service on Hillel committees and leading Hillel special initiatives and projects. Contact the current Hillel President, Michael Goldberg, or Program Director for more information.