Introducing Hopkins Hillel at Home! We are excited to be moving Hillel programming to an online platform! We will be hosting online learning opportunities, virtual chevruta study, live cooking classes, yoga, and so much more. You can even plug in to Spotify and listen to staff curated playlists. JLF classes will meet online and look out for a special “Taste of JLF” class that will be (virtually) open to the entire community. If you have other ideas for online programs, please contact Sara Evangelista.
To Our Hopkins Hillel Community-
We know this evolving situation is stressful and confusing. Please know, we are continuing to monitor the situation and we are doing our very best to create a feeling of normalcy in an otherwise fast-moving world. When you come to college, you are promised an unforgettable four years, and this has proved to be pretty unforgettable. We feel confident that Hopkins students are well equipped to handle whatever is thrown their way. Hopkins students are critical thinkers, they are adaptable, they are worldly, intelligent, and above all they care so deeply about their community. We are sure the next few weeks will be difficult, but we believe in every single one of you and as always, we are here to support you every step of the way. Below, you will find information, updates, and notices about the weeks to come.
Our team of incredible Rabbis, Rabbi Cantor and Rabbi Eric, will be available for one on one, phone, and zoom meetings to receive guidance, advice, and pastoral care. To make arrangements to meet or speak with any other staff member, please reach out by phone or by email. All other staff contact information can be found on our staff page.
For the most up to date information please visit the Hopkins Hub COVID-19 Information Section
From all of us at Hopkins Hillel, we are sending you well wishes and strength during this time. Our number one priority is the health and safety of our students are we are committed to being available for the community in any way that we can be. Stay safe and healthy and we hope to see everyone in person, back on campus, very soon.
The Staff at Johns Hopkins Hillel