KOACH (from the Hebrew word "כוח", meaning "strength") is the campus student organization for Conservative Judaism on many college and university campuses and in many Hillels in the United States and abroad. KOACH is a project of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. KOACH's director is Rabbi Elyse Winick.
KOACH's mission statement is:
|“||KOACH provides college-age students the opportunity to maintain and develop connections to Conservative Judaism.
KOACH nurtures a love of Torah, the Jewish people, Israel and God through a variety of activities, including social, religious, educational, cultural and social action programs.
We seek to create a passionate Jew who is committed to the future of the Jewish people and the improvement of the world.
KOACH has a campus grants program, a monthly e-zine and a yearly conference known as the KOACH Kallah. KOACH has also sponsored special needs Taglit Birthright Israel trips for participants with Asperger Syndrome. Its website also includes a weekly podcast called Two Minute Torah (http://koach.org/podcasts/twomintorah/index.html), featuring a weekly commentary on the upcoming Shabbat Torah portion. A North American student steering committee meets to discuss campus issues and support programming on campus. KOACH Interns work on a wide variety of campuses.
See also 
- United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
- United Synagogue Youth
- KESHER, the college outreach arm of Reform Judaism
- KEDMA, the college outreach arm of Orthodox Judaism
- Orthodox Campus Coalition, a student group at several, mostly northeastern U.S. universities, for Orthodox Jewish students
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