College Student Track
Join fellow college students, together with other advocates and influential leaders, at ADL’s Never Is Now, the world’s largest summit on antisemitism and hate.
The inaugural Never Is Now College Student Track will empower students with the tools needed to combat antisemitism on campus and online in this uniquely challenging environment. Never Is Now will have two days of programming from March 6-7 with exclusive college student programming on Thursday, March 7th.
College students can attend both days of Never Is Now, including the College Student Track programming, for just $36.
Through the Never Is Now College Track, you will:
- Participate in a day (March 7) of ADL-facilitated programming exclusively for college students.
- Have access to all the Never Is Now panels and sessions.
- Build connections with students from other schools.
- Network with ADL leaders and other community members.
You can see highlights from last year’s Never Is Now here.
This will be an inspiring, educational and community-building experience that you can bring back to your campus and beyond. We look forward to seeing you there.
If you are interested in attending, an administrator interested in bringing students, or have any questions, please email email@example.com.
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The inaugural Never Is Now College Student Track will empower students with the tools they need to combat antisemitism on campus and online in this uniquely challenging environment. College students are invited to both days of programming (March 6-7) with exclusive college student programming on Thursday, March 7th for only $36. You can register here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
College Track Sessions
All Attendees Welcome
Join us, as we kick off our Inaugural College Track at Never is Now. Hear from ADL CEO and National Director, Jonathan Greenblatt, alongside other important voices, on how you can commit to combatting hate and antisemitism on your campus.
All Attendees Welcome
In this workshop with Project Shema, students will explore what is happening in the discourse right now in response to events in Israel. Participants will discuss what makes the conversation about Israel and Palestine and antisemitism so challenging in progressive spaces and will gain practical tips on how to engage in productive dialogue.