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August 20, 1993 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-20

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THE LEXUS COLLECTION

At the same time, he said,
continuity was suddenly a
hot topic in the Jewish
world, and colleges and uni-
versities were increasingly
regarded as the front lines
in the battle against inter-
marriage and apathy.
Mr. Joel, who describes
himself as an impatient
man, wasted little time in
mobilizing the long-thwart-
ed Hillel staff to meet these
challenges.
Students, the Hillel lead-
ership team decided, must
become partners in the
process and not just clients.
Hillel directors, following
the model of the more suc-
cessful programs, should be
the "impresarios of Jewish
life on campus," not just
rabbis and advisers.
Other Jewish organiza-
tions at both the national
and local levels need to be
drawn into the process; both
in terms of money and
ideas, Hillel can no longer
be dependent on a single
major organization, Mr. Joel
and his team concluded.
They also changed what
was a loosely structured
relationship between the
national organization and
local Hillels.
"We have redefined this
movement as a centrally
directed franchise, with
both local ownership and a

In a time of
widespread
retrenchment,
Hillel is boldly
proposing a major
expansion.

coordinated vision," Mr. Joel
said. "We needed standards
of accreditation, and both
lay and professional devel-
opment on a national level,
so we all learn to sing the
scale in the same way — so
back on campus, you can
write your own song."
Mr. Joel set up visiting
teams of lay and profession-
al leaders designed to help
each local Hillel reevaluate
itself every five years
according to new national
benchmarks — and then
help the campus groups
develop action plans for the
next five years.
And they developed
national standards for
supervision.
"We must get to the point
soon where every profes-
sional has the benefit of
being in a supervisory rela-
tionship with someone else,

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