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There are over 40 student organizations that support religious, spiritual, and secular identity and practice at Cornell. The list below includes affiliated chaplains, spiritual leaders, and advisors who are part of Cornell United Religious Work. 

You can find a complete list of current clubs on Campus Groups. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email and we’ll help you connect.








  • Hillel at Cornell
    • Rabbi Ari Weiss (executive director)
    • Emily Block (managing director)
    • Rabbi Talia Laster (campus rabbi, chaplain)
    • Rabbi Itamar Appelbaum (OU-JLIC)
    • Michal Lavi Appelbaum (OU-JLIC)
    • Yehoshua Hooper
    • Ori Besner
    • Chloë Bzdyk
    • Nathanel Hyrsh
    • Or Caduri
  • Kedma (Orthodox Minyan)
  • Sephardi & Mizrahi Student Council





We hire in the Spring for the following academic year and throughout the year as needed. Please check Workday for open positions or inquire at

  • Student Administrative Assistants
    These students support the main office and provide a welcoming presence in Anabel Taylor Hall. They are available to answer questions and support events at night and on weekends.
  • Interfaith Coordinators
    Our team of student Interfaith Coordinators develop skills together as interfaith leaders on campus. They learn how to facilitate conversations around religion, spirituality, and meaning-making, and they work with the Interfaith Council at Cornell to create events and programs that support interfaith friendship and learning for Cornell students. Contact Ivy Breivogel for more information.