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The OU's Jewish Learning Imitative on Campus (OU-JLIC) helps young men and women thrive and observe key aspects of Jewish life in secular campus environments across the United States, Canada and Israel. Ongoing learning and social opportunities, Shabbat and Holiday meals are core components of what OU-JLIC does on campus. Being there for students with personal and halachic advice as they go through their college years and plan for tomorrow is a meaningful way OU-JLIC Educators create lasting relationships with their students.Learn More About OU-JLIC
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Anyone who walks into the Hillel at this university is usually approached by four friendly faces. They belong to the OU-JLIC couples, the Schwartzes and the Hirschhorns, who routinely host meals for students on...
Perhaps it’s the support and encouragement they receive from OU-JLIC educators Rabbi Aryeh and Sharona Kaplan, perhaps they aren’t content being only twelfth on The Forward’s “Best Colleges For Orthodox Jews” list, perhaps it’s...