From July 4 to July 7, the Hillel CASE Professional session was held in Lviv, with the support of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.
50 Hillel professionals from five countries and ten cities in the region came to hospitable Lviv to take part in the professional forum of the world’s largest Jewish student organization.
“Reviving and maintaining the interest of young Jewish adults in their culture and identity is one of the most important tasks of Jewish organizations. EAJC is pleased to support the highly professional work of “Hillel” with Jewish students,” said EAJC General Director Haim Ben-Yaakov.
Hillel directors, program directors, educational program coordinators, Taglit program coordinators, and PR managers worked and studied during the four days filled with trainings, lectures, brainstorming and presentations of new projects. The summer forum Hillel CASE was held in a productive and friendly atmosphere.
Next year, the Hillel CASE Professional activity will be dedicated to the Jewish intellectual development.