Thursday, ‎ / September 24, 2020
Articles Filed Under “Education”
Yeshiva Program Helps Jewish College Kids Gain Torah-Study Skills
In many ways Michael Friedman is no different than a lot of other college students who take a short break before in late spring, after…
JHP of Pennsylvania Celebrates A Year of Achievements
On Thursday, June 24th, the Jewish community of Philadelphia participated in a cocktail evening with the Steinhardt Neubauer Jewish Heritage Programs at the Hall of…
Rohr JLI 12th Annual Conference Explores New Themes in Jewish Life
Some 350 Chabad rabbis from around the world came together last week for the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute conference held on the campus of the…
Baku Hosts World Interfaith Summit
Participants in the World Interfaith Summit expressed concern about the recent rise of extremism, terrorist acts committed world-wise, terrorists’ use of weapons of mass destruction,…
Machne Israel Development Fund Announces Major Gift
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Machne Israel, has announced a major gift by Mr. & Mrs. David Slager to the Machne Israel Development Fund.
Chabad Rabbi’s Online Torah Class Grows Popular
Five million minutes. That’s how much time users have logged joining an online broadcast hosted by a Chabad rabbi as he delivers a daily dose…
Brandeis Leadership Students Invited Backstage At Chabad Headquarters
Heads of some of Chabad-Lubavitch's most influential programs...
FIU President Hosts Shabbat Dinner For Chabad Rabbi
The Chabad Jewish Student Center at FIU, known as the Tabicinic Chabad House, was founded by Rabbi Levi and his wife, Sashie, in August of…
Chabad Gives Cardozo Law Students an Edge in the Job Hunt
At Chabad’s recent Attorneys and Law Students Networking Event, 75 students got to know powerbrokers like real-estate mogul and attorney Leon Charney...
Countdown Nears As Jewish Non-Profit Competes for $1-Million Prize
There are only three days left to get out the (Facebook) vote and help the sole Jewish non-profit competing to win $1 million dollars take…
Jewish Children of Russian Immigrants At Winter Camp
For 20 Russian Jewish boys from Brooklyn, Staten Island and New Jersey, a weeklong winter camp this past December in Monticello, New York, offered them…
Twin Cities Media, Citizens, Help To Save Minnesota Yeshiva
Today’s financial climate earns foreclosures scant notice. But with a thriving yeshiva in middle America facing that prospect, the response is coming in fast and…
Chabad Centers Devise Strategies To Outwit the Recession
When Wall Street cheers as the Dow Jones scrapes its way up from 12-year lows, it sounds faint and hollow to Chabad centers on Main…
Chabad Representatives Near Auschwitz Say Interest in Polish Jewish Life Strong
The'Arbeit Macht Frei' sign stolen Friday from the entrance to the Auschwitz death camp has been recovered, say Polish police authorities. Five men were reportedly…
Chanukah Pride Parade in NYC
(lubavitch.com) 200 teenagers were shuttled Tuesday in Hummer stretch limousines outfitted with rooftop menorahs, to the Jewish Heritage Museum in New  York City. It was…
Yeshiva-in-Prison Brings Meaning, Spiritual Growth to Jewish Inmates
Gordon M., 36, is an inmate at a Virginia prison where he recently participated...
Despite Economic Woes, Ohr Avner Network Thrives
(lubavitch.com) On September 1, 2009, 14,000 students in the Ohr Avner school system of the Former Soviet Union lined up for first bell.
Braids that Bind: Jewish Women Connect Through Challah Baking
At the University of Connecticut, fresh loaves of Challah serve as a bond for the students and local seniors.
Chabad Center Vandalized, Community Pulls Together
Three youths will be arraigned Friday morning in connection with Tuesday’s break-in at the Chabad Jewish Center of Cape Cod. The local teenagers are accused…
Torah Café Invites Users to Explore Jewish Themes Online
In this classroom, you can chew gum and sit with your feet up. And while the teacher is in your living room, your office, and…
Jewish Teens Explore Identity With Chabad Teen Network
Roughly 93% of teenagers use the internet today, with 70% regularly accessing social networking sites such as facebook and myspace. Three out of four teens…
Huntington Beach Academy Teacher Wins AVI CHAI Educational Technology Grant
For her work, “Enhancing Language Skills Through Technology Driven Global Connections,” Hebrew Academy teacher Ms. Miriam Gold...      
Getting Ready for Rosh Hashana: Adults, Children Learn Hands-On With Chabad
Shofar Factories are popping up in cities across the globe, attracting children to explore the significance of the shofar and the holiday it represents...
Changing Facts on The Ground: From Cracow To New York
As Sept 11 is remembered today, memorial ceremonies will abound, as they should. But many will look for signs of change that prove that the…
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