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Ilene Crane of Farmington Hills and sophomore Abi Liepshutz of Franklin
plan their calendar for the semester.

Robyn Berkowitz

solutions; and a relationship-based
engagement workshop where the
leaders learned how to involve new
East Lansing
students on campus and create lasting
and meaningful relationships.
eventeen student leaders
CMU Hillel Engagement Chair Abi
from Hillels across Michigan Liepshutz said, "The Statewide Hillel
gathered at the Lester and
Leaders Retreat was not only a great
Jewell Morris Hillel Jewish Student
way to learn about other growing
Center at Michigan State University for Hillel groups, but also helped our
a statewide Hillel Leaders Retreat.
group learn new ways to make CMU
Funded by the Jewish Federation of Hillel a successful Jewish student
Metropolitan Detroit, the Jan. 6 retreat
organization on campus."
was an opportunity for Hillel lead-
Sarah Hepner, a sophomore at
ers at Soref campuses (schools with
WMU and its Hillel student presi-
small Jewish communities and limited dent, said, "Being involved at Western
resources) to gather together for a day
Michigan University Hillel has pro-
of learning, networking and leader-
vided me the opportunity to explore
ship training.
the importance of Judaism in my life.
Student board members and emerg- It has enabled me to connect with
ing leaders from Central Michigan
other members of the Jewish faith
University in Mount Pleasant,
that I otherwise would never have had
Kalamazoo College, Grand Valley
contact with:'
State University in Grand Rapids
"The retreat was great because we
and Western Michigan University
were able to hear how other small-
Kalamazoo attended the event. The
school Hillel leaders dealt with strug-
MSU Hillel supervises these Hillels as
gles similar to ours:' said Ilene Crane,
well as one at Albion College.
a sophomore at CMU and its Hillel
During the retreat, student leaders
student president. "It was very inter-
participated in a variety of activities
esting and helpful to hear how other
including a networking lunch that
schools plan programs and reach out
allowed students to mingle and share
to Jewish students on campus. I think
ideas; a campus mapping activity that we all came out of the retreat with
encouraged students to think outside
some fresh ideas and new motivation
the box when utilizing their campus
to make each school's Hillel the best it
facilities; an interactive problem-and-
can be." Eil
solutions workshop where students
expressed their biggest challenges
Robyn Berkowitz is a program associate
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