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NUJLS is the National Union of Jewish Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Intersex Students.
An annual tradition since 1997, the NUJLS conference is an opportunity for students to connect, learn, celebrate Shabbat, learn, and lead together--and take valuable skills back to their campus.
Nearly 1,000 students have participated in the 16 annual conferences over the years.
Hosting a NUJLS conference provides an opportunity for visibility for the host campus, and affirms the role of the university, the local Hillel foundation, LGBTQ partners in the complex and evolving identities of our students. Students have an opportunity to plan, to lead, and to host peers from around the country and engage their local Jewish LGBTQ students and others interested with the presence of the conference.
The NUJLS conference brings approximately 100 students each year from across the United States and Canada to one campus for a social, religious, educational, and social justice experience.
The hosting campus will work with the Board of NUJLS to set an appropriate date for the conference (Friday through Sunday) during the spring semester, generally in February or April.