Columbia/Barnard Hillel is proud to support and encourage a student-drive model of programming. Students from all of Columbia’s undergraduate schools (Barnard College, Columbia College, Columbia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, General Studies, and Jewish Theological Seminary) are engaged as leaders in our community, and they create programming through multiple entry points: arts and culture, education, Israel, social justice, spiritual and religious life, and more. In addition to programmatic opportunities, students are able to participate in a robust student leadership program, including serving on the student executive board or leadership council, and we also offer a number of educational seminars. Students at Columbia/Barnard Hillel know that if there is a change they want to see, they have the support and resources to create that change.