Please number your top four leadership position preferences from 1 to 4. Please base your choices upon your personal interests and skills as they relate to these particular positions. Descriptions of the positions are listed below:
President: The President will preside over board meetings, motivate all board members to succeed in making Santa Barbara Hillel a vibrant hub of Jewish life, represent Hillel to the broader academic and general community, including applying for funds from the university, and work closely with the SB Hillel Program Director to achieve excellence across all facets of the board.
Activities Fellow: These individuals will work to offer an extensive array of programs that appeal to a wide range of student interests. Activities Fellows will be responsible for maintaining core successful programming (Kosher Cookouts, Senior events, and Israel programming) as well as implementing new and creative ideas both in our building as well as on campus.
Outreach Fellow: These individuals are responsible for our overall engagement at Hillel. Outreach Fellows are responsible for "coffee-dating" a wide variety of students (first years, Greek students, SBCC students, those involved in various groups/orgs on campus, etc.) as well as attend events catering to Hillel's sub-communities. They will actively invite people to events and sit with new students at every program.
Jewish Life Fellow: These individuals will be responsible for creating meaningful Jewish programs (including holidays) and infusing Jewish learning and experiences into existing Hillel programs. Jewish Life Fellows will be responsible for coordinating set-up for Shabbat and for developing themes to enhance Shabbat. These individuals will also be responsible for working with other faith-based groups on campus to plan events, including our annual Interfaith Co-existence week.
Tzedek (Social Justice) Fellow: These individuals will be responsible for creating and coordinating community service projects as well as philanthropic events. Tzedek Fellows will work to promote our own internal philanthropy projects (Manicure for the Cure, Save A Child’s Heart, etc.) as well as be the liaisons for participating in larger campus and community philanthropy projects. They will organize students to engage in local and broader community service opportunities.