Browsing: Student Interest Groups

Pitt Big/Little

Pitt Big/Little

First-year students at Pitt will get matched with an upperclassman student. In the Big/Little group, there are different opportunities for students to hang out with their big/little and opportunities for students to hang out with other bigs and littles. Some big/little events include a hot chocolate hangout, speed friending, coffee chats, and midterms and finals… read more

CMU First Year Programming Committee (FYPC)

The CMU First Year Programming Committee is a community for first-year students at CMU. The community works together to plan events for other Jewish first-years at the university. It is a great opportunity to step into a leadership role from the very beginning of students’ Hillel experience.

Mahjong Club

Come join us once a month to learn and/or practice playing Mahjong!


LGBTJew+ is a safe space open for all students to explore the intersections between Judaism and LGBTQIA+ spectrum identities. Join us for different social and educational events!


Our 21+ community is something special for our older students! We meet for l’chaims, provide learning opportunities, and help with networking and continuing their Jewish journey!

Achayot Shel Carnegie Mellon

Achayot Shel Carnegie Mellon is a community for Jewish CMU students who are in a conversation with Jewish womenhood. We are committed to developing values of Jewish Identity, Leadership, Tikun Olam, Scholarship, and Self-Love. Achayot’s goal is to empower Jewish feminism at CMU.

Student Coalition for Israel at Pitt (SCIP)

Student Coalition for Israel at Pitt is a pro-Israel student organization. We are committed to educating and raising awareness of the political and cultural aspects of Israel. Our goals are to bring the spirit of Israel to Pitt students, raise awareness of Israel, educate the Pitt campus community about politics and culture relating to Israel,… read more

Challah for Change at Pitt

Challah for Change raises money for hunger-related charities in the most delicious way possible: through challah. Students join to bake and braid challah at Hillel JUC and then sell the challah to the community.