Religion, Spiritual Development

Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life dba Hillel at Binghamton

  • Binghamton, NY
  • www.hillelatbinghamton.org

Mission Statement

To provide Jewish college students at Binghamton University with extra-curricular activities, programs and services of a Jewish cultural, educational, social and religious nature which will nourish their sense of Jewish identity and relationship to the Jewish community and Israel.

Service Areas

Self-reported

New York

Hillel at Binghamton
provides a wide array of social, cultural, educational, and religious
programming to the 3,000 Jewish students at Binghamton University, New York.

ruling year

1993

Principal Officer

Self-reported

Shana Kantor

Keywords

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hillel, college, binghamton, jewish, identity, leadership, israel, pluralism, holocaust

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EIN

01-0569965

 Number

4494853889

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Jewish (X30)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (R01)

Student Services and Organizations (B80)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Hillel at Binghamton now reaches over 1500 of the 3000 Jewish students on the Binghamton University campus. Programs are as diverse as the interests of the student body. Some events include weekly Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, Israel advocacy and cultural programs, social activities, community service opportunities, and leadership development sessions.

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Service Areas

Self-reported

New York

Hillel at Binghamton
provides a wide array of social, cultural, educational, and religious
programming to the 3,000 Jewish students at Binghamton University, New York.

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Hillel at Binghamton Inc
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30

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Operations

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Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life dba Hillel at Binghamton

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Shana Kantor

BIO

Shana Teig
Kantor is originally from Long Island, NY, like many of the Jewish
students at Binghamton University. She holds masters' degrees from New
York University in Non-profit Management and Jewish Studies. She has
lived in Israel and
studied for two years at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in
Jerusalem.  Shana has
worked for Hillel for eight years. Three of those years were in
Hillel's
Schusterman International Center in Washington, D.C., one as the
director of Hillel's Collegiate Leadership Internship Program in
Manhattan and for two years as the Director of Development at the
University of Southern California Hillel. She has been the Executive
Director for Hillel at Binghamton since fall 2007.  Shana is married to
Rabbi Shalom Kantor and they have a
daughter Rena and a son Noam.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

David Klein

BOARD LEADERSHIP PRACTICES

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