Heart to Heart is a grassroots movement of Jewish college students sharing Jewish life with their peers. Based on the values of loving all Jews and caring for others, we're changing the face of Jewish communal life: connecting Jews to meaningful Jewish life, vibrant communities, and to each other - all through peer-based relationships, intimate Jewish experiences and innovative community building. Already active on over 30 campuses, we strive to serve all Jewish students by supporting, inspiring, and sharing with each other.
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Articles: NCSY Alumni newsletter – 1/28/2009 Hamodia – 2/11/2009 BYFI Alumni News – 2/4/2010 DP: Penn’s miracle of lights – December 2010 Orayta Alumni Perspective – 12/19/2010 BeyondBT: Review of AJOP – 2/15/2011 NCSY Alumni – March 2011 Ramaz Alumni newsletter – 4/13/2011 Jewish Standard – 8/12/2011 Jewish Week – 8/16/2011 Presentense 15 – September 2011 American Jewish Spirit – September 2011 OU press release: partnership […]
Map of H2H campuses (and if you’re looking for our maps of kosher food and religious resources on campuses, check here: kahal.theheart2heartproject.org/prospective-students/) Making a list of all the schools with which H2H is working would be somewhat limiting, since it’s hard to quantify a grassroot network’s reach. 106 colleges have run H2H Shabbat dinners, we’ve been on […]
Aaron Greene – University of HartfordAaron Greene is from Cleveland, Ohio. He goes to the University of Hartford, in West Hartford, CT, where he’s currently a Judaic Studies major. He went to Fuchs Mizrachi High school, and before starting college, he spent a year in Israel at Yeshivat Lev Hatorah in Ramat Beit Shemesh. His hobbies include […]