Hillel at Marymount Manhattan College is committed to providing easy access to Jewish and Hebrew education for all students of Marymount Manhattan College.
Our main Jewish education priorities focus heavily on Jewish holidays and traditions as well as Holocaust education.
Fall 2022 will mark the launch of Hillel at Marymount Manhattan College’s Tikkun Olam Community Service Initiative!
Join us in the Jewish adventure of Tikkun Olam, fixing the world! We to committed to giving back to our New York City community.
We are honored to be welcoming Rabbi Jonah Geffen as the official Rabbi of Hillel at Marymount Manhattan College.
Rabbi Jonah is always here for our students for whatever their needs may be. Rabbi Jonah is here to support the Jewish student of Marymount Manhattan College.
We are so happy to be partnering with Hillel at Hunter College! This will look like hybrid events, sharing a rabbi, and much more!
Our Hebrew Language Education Program prioritizes the learning of daily modern-day Hebrew. Come learn a few words with us in person at an event or on our Instagram account @Hillelmmc through our new Hebrew Thursdays series!
Our community is at the heart of everything at Hillel at Marymount Manhattan College. We emphasize building a קהילה קדושה (kehila kedosha) holy community. We foster a community of kind-heart, thoughtful, intelligent and talented students who align themselves with any aspect of Judaism or the Jewish religion.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the advancement of Jewish students and the Jewish community at Marymount Manhattan College, to share Jewish culture and rituals both with Jewish students and the larger student body, and to combat antisemitism in and around our community. We aim to combat antisemitism on campus as the term is outlined in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s working definition of antisemitism, to spread positive knowledge and awareness about Jewish people, Judaism, and the State of Israel throughout the MMC community, and to help empower Jewish students to become increasingly in touch and take pride in their heritage.