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Sending a warm welcome to the newest members of the alumni newsletter, the class of 2016 who will be joining our alumni community in just a few short months! The March newsletter has many resources for alumni jobs, fellowships and opportunities, scroll down to the bottom to check them out!
Alumni Spotlight: Olivia Brown
Hello! My name is Olivia Brown, and I'm a proud alumna of CfH at UVA (go hoos!) I'm so excited to have almost completed my first year as a Challah for Hunger advisor with my 3 amazing chapters: University of Georgia, Michigan State University, and American University.

Even though this is only my first year advising chapters, it's been a great experience on the other side of the Challah-sphere. I've been able to provide support and ideas for my chapters and helped them when they're stuck or have questions. I love that, as advisors, we're able to use our own experience to help shape those of current undergrads volunteering their time and effort to make CfH successful.

I can't wait to see what the future has in store for my chapters and me, though I'm sure it will only continue to go up! 
Education Station 
CfH volunteers at Duke selling challah at an activity fair on campus.
Books or Food? NPR's The Salt on Campus Hunger.

The USDA on Growing a Healthier Future 
Alumni Gatherings
 CfH and the LA Museum of the Holocaust is hosting a L'Dough V'Dough as part of the Jewish Federation Community Service Day on April 3, 2016. This is a program where people bake challah with Holocaust survivors and the survivors share their stories. If interested, email Nathan at nathan@challahforhunger.org. 
Guide to Life After Challah
Thanks to our strong Alumni Network, we have many volunteer and professional contacts who are excited to connect with you about these opportunities. Check them out here and email Loren at loren@challahforhunger.org with any questions.
Job Board
Advance your career and Jewish life on campus, as part of the Springboard Fellowship with Hillel International. This two year program specializes in innovation, social media and other opportunities. Find out more information and apply here.
Are you passionate about empowering students as innovators, activists and advocates? Hillel at Stanford is looking for a Campus Israel Coordinator to support students' personal and communal growth through educational initiatives at the nexus of Israel and Jewish identity. Learn more and apply here.
Want to work with kids through creative arts? Check out several global volunteer opportunities through JDC Entwine's Multi-Week Jewish Service Corp. Locations include Israel, India, Argentina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Russia and Turkey! 
Job opportunities at Moishe House. Job descriptions listed here
Are you a leader in the Jewish social justice field looking for your next opportunity? There are many ways to grow in the field, check them out here.
Do you want to be a critical piece of an entrepreneurial, creative organization that is empowering new philanthropists of all ages, giving levels, and passions to achieve their visions for change? If so, Amplifier is hiring a Program Manager, more info here.
The American Jewish Society for Service (AJSS) is seeking summer staff members ages 21+ to lead meaningful service learning programs for teens. Interested? Apply here.
AVODAH is looking for individuals focused on fighting poverty, building a community and gaining leadership skills for a lifetime. Check out a Day in the Life of AVODAH to learn more or start your application here.
JOIN for Justice is offering a special deal for an online course ($50 off registration fee) called Don't Kvetch, Organize! Find out more information and register here.
Interested in becoming a Repair the World Fellow in Detroit, Philadelphia, NYC, Pittsburgh or Baltimore? Apply here.
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