Hillel's goal is to empower the next generation of Jewish Leaders and as such we have many groups and committees for you to get involved with.
Hillel leadership opportunities are the way for you to make Stony Brook YOUR Jewish community and
give you the chance to take part in activities that excite and enrich you.
G.A.P. provides a wide range of programs for graduate students and young professionals. Past events have included guest lectures, interactive holiday programming and graduate student Shabbatons.
For additional information, please contact Rabbi Joseph Topek
The Hillel student club is a student organization recognized and funded by Stony Brook University's Undergraduate Student Government. All Stony Brook students are welcome and encouraged to attend Hillel Student Club programs. Click here to learn more about The Hillel Student Club.
IAC Mishelanu is a national campus program. Mishelanu at Stony Brook University provides a home for Israeli-American students in order to strengthen and maintain their identity through culture, language, heritage, and a strong connection to Israel. Today Mishelanu is offered on more than 35 campuses across the U.S. For more information go to the Mishelanu Page
The JSU at the HSC offers lunchtime learning opportunities, Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, lectures and a unique assortment of additional programming dedicated to graduate, medical, dental and other students at the Health Sciences Center.
To get involved please contact Rabbi Joseph Topek
This group holds interactive Egalitarian services for Shabbat and holidays. Students lead services with direction and assistance from Rabbi Joseph Topek.
If you are interested in attending or helping to lead services, contact
Rabbi Joseph Topek
The SBHC is an Orthodox congregation that meets on the campus of Stony Brook University. Their membership is comprised of students, staff, faculty and local community members. All are welcome to join their services on Shabbat, holidays and weekdays. To learn more contact Rabbi Joseph Topek or visit the SBHC Website.