Association of Hillel and Jewish Campus Professionals Records. 1948-1990.


Association of Hillel and Jewish Campus Professionals Records. 1948-1990.

The Association of Hillel and Jewish Campus Professionals formed from a merger of the International Association of Hillel Directors and National Association of Hillel Directors in 1982. While the original organization was founded in 1948 as a medium for exchanging professional experience, they later became deeply involved with labor and unionization issues. The records include correspondence, minutes, the president's files and the records of unionization and grievance cases.

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