The Steinhardt Jewish Heritage Programs (JHP), a Project of the Cayne Heritage Foundation and part of Lubavitch House at Penn and the newly renovated Perelman Center for Jewish Life, began in 1993 and continues as a pioneer in peer-to-peer run events for Jewish students with expanded programming for alumni and young professionals.

  • JHP has reached 200,000 Jewish students on 10 campuses including Penn, NYU, Binghamton,
    University of Pittsburgh, University of Delaware, and Temple University.
  • Thousands have participated in JHP programming this year alone.
  • More than 1,000 business leaders participate in JHP mentoring and guidance programs
  • Hundreds of alumni and young professionals celebrate holidays, host dinners, and organize their
    own Jewish programming.
  • JHP has taken hundreds of students to Israel, with the most recent trip focused on cultivating
    community leaders.
  • All programs strengthen Jewish identity, build community for students and alumni, and establish
    irrevocable bonds with the Jewish people and Israel.
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