An important focus of our programming is all things Israel. Travel and study, education, and advocacy opportunities are provided throughout the year.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to go to Israel with friends, create new social networks on campus, and enjoy the trip with a familiar face—Hillel's Israel Fellow! And it’s free!
Every year Hillel at Miami University leads two Birthright trips to Israel—in winter and summer. Take the once-in-a-lifetime chance and join our community of hundreds of Jewish Birthright Alumni here on campus and meet new friends for life.
Questions? Contact Nevo, Hillel’s Israel Fellow at email@example.com.
HawkPAC, the AIPAC chapter at Miami University, is a bipartisan, non-profit organization that works to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship on Miami University’s campus and in Oxford, Ohio.
Students for Israel at Miami University (SIM)
SIM is the Pro-Israel, secular student organization at Miami University. SIM is comprised of dedicated students who share a common interest and commitment to the people and the State of Israel. SIM exists in order to deepen the understanding of Israel within the university community, as well as promote educated dialogue about its culture.
The David Project
We are proud to be one of the 45 campus in the United States that host the David Project which empowers student leaders to build mutually beneficial and enduring partnerships with diverse student organizations so that the pro-Israel community is integrated and valued on campus.
TAMID partners with the Farmer School of Business to provide experiential business learning. Members may:
Participate in an interactive educational program that integrates business leadership principles with Israel’s economic landscape
Join student consulting teams, advising Israeli companies on the solutions to important business problems.
Choose to join the Investment Fund program, in which teams conduct equity research and manage a stock portfolio.