Aish-Intermediate offers the most organized, dynamic and thorough foundation building program available anywhere in the Jewish world. " Discovery is known worldwide for its presentation of "Bible Codes." Over 100,000 people on five continents have "done Discovery." Jewel is a 3 1/2 week introductory program, where university and professional women from all backgrounds build a foundation in Self Development, Prayer, Bible, Hebrew, Mysticism, Philosophy, Holidays and more.Jewel offers an easygoing environment to fully explore your Jewish heritage with top lecturers from around the world.EYAHT, Aish Ha Torah’s College for Women, offers a multi-level study program for university and professional women from all backgrounds.EYAHT is headed by Rebbetzin Dena Weinberg, who has empowered a generation of Jewish women to inspire other women across the globe.But, then again, it was unusual circumstances that brought my dad and me across the ocean to celebrate the 115th anniversary of Tennis Borussia Berlin (“Te Be” as it is called by fans), the storied sports club and football team that my great-great-grandfather founded in 1902.About three years ago, my dad came across several stories about Alfred Lesser, my great-great-grandfather, all of which were posted on the Te Be website.Whether headed to college or taking a gap year, moving on from the past four years can cause both uncertainty and excitement.In celebration of this new journey, Fresh Ink for Teens collected excerpts of commencement speeches and words of inspiration, Mazel Tov to all our graduates. Josef Kusayev is a graduate of Yeshivah of Flatbush Joel Braverman High School in Brooklyn, N. Next year, he will be attending The Lander College for Men’s Medical Honors Pathway to the New York Medical College: Traveling from New York to Berlin for a three-day visit was certainly an out-of-the-ordinary weekend for me.
You can participate for an hour, a day, a week, or a month. It debunks popular misconceptions about Judaism and answers the question: "Why be Jewish?
Inside a stone house in Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Romema neighborhood, eight teenage girls were taking a break from their studies to eat lunch.
They wore long skirts, typical of the religious homes they come from, with colorful plaid flannel shirts less typical—in fact, not allowed—in most of the schools these girls used to attend.
Their daughter’s messages described her wet and dirty work and prompted Sasse to ask how we as a society can get our kids to experience a similar wakeup call.
Sasse says that teens today are smart, resume driven and talented but anxious, timid and lost.