Full course description
One of the most common challenges Hillels face is understanding how many students their Hillel serves. This data point is perhaps one of the most important and the most elusive at the same time. How can we accurately understand the students we have served without understanding our potential? How can we effectively market our programs to prospective students without accurate assessments?
In this course, we will hear from four professionals about the work they have done on their campuses to more precisely estimate the number of Jewish undergraduates that their Hillel serves. This panel will collaboratively work to share what they each did on campus with the information available to them. Our hope is that you’ll leave the course with new ideas for guessing better.
- Using Event Attendance and Peer School Data, Ethan Sobel, Assistant Director, Boston University Hillel
- An Informal Dorm Population Study, Jason Benkendorf, Executive Director, American University Hillel
- Using Regional & State Data, David Singer, Executive Director, UC San Diego Hillel
- Collaborating with Admissions & Buying Data, Helen Slucki, former Associate Director of Admissions and Executive Director of JSU/Hillel, College of Charleston
Thursday, October 18, 3:00pm – 4:00pm EST / 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST
This series is designed for:
All Hillel Professionals.
Questions? Please contact HillelU@hillel.org
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