Chabad on Campus International Foundation


Chabad on Campus International Foundation
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2. Dovber Schneuri
3. Menachem Mendel Schneersohn
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5. Sholom Dovber Schneersohn
6. Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn
7. Menachem Mendel Schneerson
History
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Chabad library · Crown Heights riot · 11 Nissan
Brooklyn Bridge shooting · 3 Tammuz
Organisations
Agudas Chasidei Chabad · Chabad on Campus
Tzivos Hashem · Chabad.org · Kehos · Library
Gan Israel · Sheloh · Jewish Relief Agency
Children's Museum · JLI · Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
Ohr Avner · Colel Chabad · Kol Menachem
Notable figures
Hillel Paritcher · S. Z. Fradkin · Itche Der Masmid
Yoel Kahn · L. Y. Schneerson · Nissan Neminov
Leib Groner · C. M. Schneerson · Herman Branover
Manis Friedman · Yehuda Chitrik · Yehuda Krinsky
Berel Lazar · Z. M. HaYitzchaki · C. M. A. Hodakov
Shemaryahu Gurary · Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Communities
Crown Heights · Kfar Chabad
Texts
Tanya · Shulchan Aruch HaRav
Tehillat HaShem · Maamarim
Hayom Yom · Likkutei Sichos · Igrot Kodesh
Schools
Tomchei Temimim · Morristown Rabbinical College
Oholei Torah · Hadar Hatorah ·Mayanot
Yeshivah Gedolah · Beth Rivkah · Bais Rivka
Machon Chana · Bais Chana · Ohel Chana
Yeshivah College · Ohr Avner
Outreach
Mitzvah Campaigns · Chabad house
Chabad on Campus · Mitzvah tank · Tefillin
Public menorah · Noahide laws · Shliach
Terminology
Chitas · Mashpia · Meiniach · Farbrengen
Nusach Ari · Choizer · Chabadnitze
Other Chabad groups
Strashelye · Kapust
Controversies
Messianism · Library controversy
Moshe Schneuri · Malachim
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Chabad on Campus International Foundation is the college wing of the Chabad Lubavitch movement. It has branches on over 130 North American campuses, and serves an additional 200+ campuses globally.[1]

The Chabad on Campus International Foundation assists local Chabad Student Centers worldwide. This includes logistical support and staff training, as well as centralized programming such as national Shabbatons and student leadership retreats. The Foundation provides grants to encourage creative local programming.

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History

The first campus Chabad House, UCLA Chabad House, was started on the UCLA campus in 1969.[2][3] Since 2001 the Chabad campus presence has tripled (78 new centers).[citation needed]

See also

  • Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life

References

  1. ^ Chabad on Campus Homepage
  2. ^ The Visual Culture of Chabad, Maya Balakirsky Katz, Cambridge University Press, 2010, page 152.
  3. ^ The Rebbe's Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch, Sue Fishkoff, Random House, 2009

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