PARTNERS

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ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE

Founded in 1913, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is our nation’s premier civil rights/human relations organization. We have a distinguished history of reminding the world just how tenuous civil rights are and we mobilize people to engage in reasonable discourse as together we find solutions to serve our diverse society.A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with supporters and partners throughout the United States and around the world, ADL is rooted in Jewish values. We speak up for those whose voices are not always heard.

ADL Campus Program,  THINK.PLAN.ACT provides tools for dealing with anti-semitic and anti-Israel incidence on campus.  Check it out

THINK PLAN ACT
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JERUSALEM U

JERUSALEM U is committed to strengthening the emotional and intellectual connection of young Jews to Judaism and Israel. JERUSALEM U is breaking old molds, forging new approaches to Jewish and Israel education through the creative use of film and technology all distributed via the Internet, social media, television, grassroots campaigns and partnerships with mainstream pro-Israel and Jewish organizations.


Jerusalem U has resources to help students stand up to anti-Israel activity and anti-Semitism on campus.

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OC HILLEL

Hillel of Orange County seeks to enrich the lives of Jewish students at Orange County colleges and universities.  Hillel helps students find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by inspiring them to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and Jewish learning, and to support Israel and global Jewish peoplehood.

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THE ROSE PROJECT

The Rose Project works to ensure and maintain a civil climate for Jewish students and Israel on Orange County college campuses.  Established in 2007 as a division of Jewish Federation & Family Services, the Rose Project engages in open, constructive dialogue with university administrators and provides Jewish students with outstanding  Israel education, advocacy training and leadership development opportunities. At the same time, we invest heavily in Jewish student life.  Together with Jewish campus organizations, we work to create a rich environment where students can explore and deepen their Jewish identity and connection to Israel through a wide range of social, political, religious, spiritual and cultural experiences. We also engage the broader community on issues pertaining to Israel in order to create an informed public with a sense of connectedness to the Jewish state.

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Hillel College Guide

Hillel’s College Guide is a resource for students embarking on their college search and their families, not only in choosing schools to attend, but in presenting the opportunities each student has to experience an exciting and enriching Jewish life on campus. The college years are life-changing, and we know that choosing a campus community that reflects Jewish values can play a major role in a student’s future direction.

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Alpha Epsion Pi -The Jewish Fraternity

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is the world’s Jewish college fraternity, operating chapters on more than 190 college campuses in seven countries. Founded in 1913, AEPi has more than 90,000 living alumni.  While non-discriminatory, the fraternity’s mission – developing the future leaders of the Jewish communities – is demonstrated every day through acts of brotherhood, Tzedakah, social awareness and support for Jewish communities and Israel.

Thank you to all our K4C Partners