In This Issue
News from the Director
Student Orientation
"Hornstein Goes Camping"
Meet Our students
Alumni News
Making a Gift
News from the Director of Hornstein
First-Year Hornstein Students
Dear Alumni and Friends,
Looking back at the past year, I realize how much we have to be thankful for here at Hornstein...[read more]
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Hornstein Student Orientation 2007
  Hornstein kicked off the 2007-08 academic year in style, with it's Orientation for incoming students in the beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts
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First-Year Hornstein StudentsI'm so excited to be working at Hornstein as the Manager of Fieldwork and Alumni Relations. As I look through the names of Alumni, I recognize many of you from my previous work. Maybe I was even your supervisor during your field placement! [read more]
"Hornstein Goes Camping" 
Three Hornstein Students Interested in Camping Careers "The Hornstein/Heller dual degree is the first in the nation to offer professional university training specifically aimed at preparing students to manage a Jewish camp." says Ellen Smith, Hornstein faculty liaison to the Heller/Hornstein  Program. [read more]
Meet Our Students
Picture of students at Hornstein Orientation Two Hornstein students discuss their unique professional field experiences: Adrien Uretsky at the Jewish Cemetery Association (JCAM) and Jordan Fruchtman at Hebrew Senior Life. [read more]
Hornstein Leadership Forum 
The Hornstein Jewish Leadership Forum invites innovative Jewish leaders into an intimate setting with Hornstein students, faculty, and alumni for conversations about what makes a Jewish leader. [read more]
Hornstein Alumni News
Click here to see what your friends & classmates have been up to recently!
Making a Gift to Hornstein
Did you know that you could make a gift to Hornstein in honor or in memory of a loved one? Just follow the instructions below:
  1. Go to
  2. Click on "Make my Gift" on the top left
  3. Fill out your information in the new window
  4. IMPORTANT: Scroll down to the last choice: "The Natalie Greene Fund for Hornstein Student Activities"

In closing, I want to thank all of you who took the time to fill out the alumni survey last spring. The information you provided was very helpful and I look forward to implementing many of your ideas.


If you have any ideas for alumni relations, IMPACT or have alumni news to share, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you!


Jody Comins
Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program