Penn Hillel

Penn Hillel is one the best parts of being at Penn. Each year, Hillel reaches 80% of the 1,750 Jewish undergraduate students on campus, with a dizzying array of different Jewish opportunities ranging from social justice to Israel, and from Jewish culture offerings to Jewish religious expression. No matter what your interest or Jewish background, […]

Official* Shabbaton Schedule 2018

*Official in the sense that this is the document we’re working off of… but it’s subject to change since it is a Google Doc and the Shabbaton is still a few days away. Click Here to view the schedule!

Download The Flyer

Download and print the official 2018 Shabbaton flyer!! Masorti Shabbaton at Penn.pdf


REGISTRATION IS OPEN: Fill out this form to register, let us know if you’re interested in leading services, if you have any dietary restrictions (don’t worry all the vote is Kosher!!), and if you need a place to stay at Rutgers!! Sign up early and get a friend to sign up with you!! Need […]

SAVE THE DATE: February 10 – 12, 2017

Rutgers Hillel and Masorti on Campus are thrilled to announce this fantastic opportunity for college students to get energized and launch a REVOLUTION. Together we will to grow the bonds of traditional-egalitarian campus communities. We will be asking questions about our identities, who we are as individuals within our communities, and answering what it means […]

Meet the Co-Chairs

Melanie Hilman is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying Bioengineering. When she’s not thinking about the things that engineers think, she is either playing works of chamber music on her cello or worrying about the current state of Conservative Judaism.   Benjamin Porat is originally from Los Angeles and a sophomore at the […]

Why Come to the Shabbaton?

Do any of these describe you? Passionate about being Jewish Interested in meeting progressive Jewish students from across the country Committed to building strong traditional-egalitarian Jewish campus communities Excited about gaining leadership and community building skills to bring to your campus Enthusiastic about learning from professionals and educators in the Jewish world Still have questions? Check to see […]

Who Are We?

Masorti on Campus was founded in 2013 with the core mission of promoting the growth of educated and thoughtful Jewish young adults, and build a network for traditional-egalitarian & Masorti/Conservative Jewish campus communities across North American. These communities are built on the shared values of the love of Torah, devotion to social justice, and dedication to community and […]