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AEPi (Alpha Epsilon Pi)

AEPi is the premier, and only, Jewish fraternity on campus. Whether you’re at a hackathon, a student government meeting, a Co-op dance party, or a theatre performance – you’re bound to see (and be impressed by) an AEPi brother. We’re an ambitious, intellectual bunch but we also like to have fun. We host parties, mixers, brotherhood chill sessions, as well as philanthropy and Jewish life programming.

JSA (Jewish Student Association)

JSA strives to create meaningful Jewish community for the diverse population of undergraduate Jewish students on campus. We strive to incorporate students across a wide spectrum of Jewish practice. Our programming includes religious ceremonies for holidays, weekly Shabbat celebrations, tikkun olam (social action), social excursions and more!


Sophia Danielpour (

Ashlee Kupor (

SIA (Stanford Israel Association)

SIA is a student group at Stanford University that celebrates the Jewish state and its rich culture. We aim to educate the Stanford community about Israel and the Middle East through events focusing on art, food, music, politics and everything in between.



Joshua Jankelow (

Lily Rashes (

TOAST (Tikkun Olam at Stanford Team)

TOAST focuses on Tikkun Olam and social justice initiatives on campus, in the Bay Area, and beyond. TOAST partners with organizations working on social justice initiatives on topics including voting, housing, food insecurity, sexual violence, and more. 

Alana Mermin-Bunnell (

Challah for Hunger

Challah for Hunger bakes and sells fresh Challah every week, partnering with organizations across campus and with proceeds supporting local and international hunger relief organizations. Stanford Challah for Hunger is the top selling chapter in the country!

Nicole Sussman (


TAMID offers hands-on experience by allowing students to join student-led consulting teams that advise Israeli companies on solutions to important business problems. In the summer, members will have the opportunity to participate in the TAMID summer internship in Israel!



Julia Brand (

J Street U Stanford

J Street U educates and advocates for peace, security and social justice in the State of Israel and in the future state of Palestine. J Street U is the student organizing arm of J Street, the political home for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. 


Gayvah at Stanford is a space for Jewish queer students (and their allies) to celebrate these intersecting identities among friends. We put on queer movie nights, cute art sessions, and fun pride events!



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