Midreshet Eshel

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Program Description

Midreshet Eshel is a post-high school seminary that provides young women with a comprehensive educational program emphasizing excellence in Jewish studies, Jewish values, and experiential learning. As the first Sephardic seminary in Israel, Eshel also emphasizes Sephardic halacha, customs, and history. The one-year study program combines textual learning with stimulating discussion of topics that are relevant to your life and enhance personal and religious growth.
 
Courses include: Tanakh, Jewish thought, halacha, torah, psychology, the Jewish woman, group dynamics, modern Israeli history, Hebrew language and character development (Middot), Jewish history, yoga, dance, and Sephardic cooking.
 

Darchei Binah

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Program Description

Are you searching for a richly variegated program that exposes you to the foremost educators that Jerusalem can provide? Darchei Binah offers young women the opportunity to blossom as they begin the path toward becoming our future Nashim V’Emahos BeYisrael. Prominent Torah scholars transmit the mesora in a way which is both timeless and appropriate for the needs of the student body.
 
Faculty members meet with students on an individual basis to provide caring guidance and insight into confronting the challenges of life. You will spend an intensive week exploring the glorious history of Torah in Poland, and its tragic end. Discover the roots of Halacha by visiting Batei Midrash and Kevarim of leading figures such as Rama, Bach, Tosefos Yomtov, Maharshal, Rav Chaim Brisker and Netziv.
 

M.M.Y.

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Program Description

Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim students are a small, select and diverse group of Bnot Torah who come together for the same goals: learning, thinking, growing and connecting with Israel. You will quickly become part of a very close-knit group that resembles a family as much as a school.
 
Following the classical style of Yeshivot, MMY’s learning revolves around chavruta study in the Bet Midrash. Most of the classes are taught in 2-hour blocks, with about half of this time devoted to chavruta preparation.
 

Machon Maayan

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Program Description

Machon Maayan is an innovative one-year program in Israel offering young women a unique post-high school opportunity that combines thought provoking courses, interactive seminars, challenging internships, and meaningful experiences – in a comfortable Torah observant atmosphere.
 
Machon Maayan is for students committed to personal and religious development, leadership, community involvement, and a positive relationship with the land and people of Israel.
 

For more information, please contact:

From the US: Rachel Moore, Communicatins Director, 609 448 9478, rachel@machonmaayan.org

Also: visit our Facebook page: 

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Ateres Bnos Yerushalayim

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Mechinat Yeud

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Program Description

Mechinat Yeud is a mechina (or preparation) program for post high school young men with an Orthodox background that are looking to both learn and to grow into young Jewish leaders. Modeled after the pre-army mechina programs in Israel, this program is appropriate for serious boys who would like to add to their daily Torah study, a serious volunteer program, strengthen their leadership skills, as well as participate in some challenging physical training in order to be better prepared for the challenges of life. 
 
The atmosphere is quite “Israeli” (we are located on the same campus as the Israeli Hesder Yeshiva “Machaniam”) and gives training in leadership as well as offers a variety of Torah learning.
 

Yeshivat Ateret Yerushalayim

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Program Description

Yeshivat Ateret Yerushalayim offers a unique opportunity for young Orthodox men interested in developing mastery of and self-sufficiency in learning Gemara, Halacha, Chumash, Machshava and more. Experienced and dedicated teachers who bring Torah teaching and application to life provide each student with individual attention.
 
In addition, there is the opportunity to participate as an active contributing member of the yeshiva community. Special activities, Shabbatot, tiyulim and sports make building a tangible connection to Eretz Yisrael an integral part of the curriculum.
 

Midreshet B'erot Bat Ayin

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Program Description

If you wish to explore your spiritual side through intensive textual study and creative expression or if you want to enjoy nature, connect with the Land of Israel and live a healthy lifestyle in natural surroundings, Midreshet B'erot Bat Ayin is the ideal place for you. Whether you are new to Judaism, or seeking a wider, more open-minded holistic perspective, B'erot Bat Ayin offers the opportunity to improve your learning skills while discovering your spiritual essence and strengthening your commitment to Judaism within the parameters of Halacha
 
Our Torah & Art program gives you the opportunity to express your Torah learning through art, music, creative writing, drama and dance. Our Garden of Emuna Program includes nature hikes, herbal workshops, meditative movement, organic landscape projects, and all kinds of horticulture. At Midreshet B'erot Bat Ayin you learn and practice Torah of the Land.
 

Yeshiva Beis Menachem

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Program Description

The RAP's programs are geared for the type of bochur that may or may not have had much success in the conventional yeshiva environment and needs a place that will cater specifically to him. As such, the RAP offers a full program of Niglah and Chasidus with an emphasis on our very successful Smicha program.
 
Students will be able to strive and achieve in both the Rabbinic degree as well as a thorough Judaic studies degree. In addition, extracurricular courses cover a wide range of academia and life lessons in fields ranging from music to volunteer work. The Rabbi's positive approach and loving care and attention given to each of his students has made the program a huge success over the years and one of Chabad's best kept secrets.
 

Center

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Program Description

The aim of every serious student of Judaism is to achieve self-sufficiency in understanding Jewish texts, especially the Talmud. For the young man with strong intellectual capabilities and motivation who senses a disparity between his mastery of secular and Jewish subjects, possessing the ability to independently study Jewish classics is an urgent one. If he has only one year to devote to this seemingly impossible effort before returning to his career or general studies, he must find a program especially designed to achieving this breakthrough quickly and effectively.
 
The Center is a learning program specifically designed for the academically talented student. It is structured for one who is seeking a deeper understanding of Judaism and has a strong will to become independent in textual understanding. The program takes a holistic approach to the Baal Teshuva's integration of Torah into his life and facilitates a healthy transition to an observant lifestyle. The program is structured in such a way that the serious student will maximise his study time. The people teaching in the program have gone to great efforts to design classes which will convey the tools of Torah learning to their pupils. They combine Talmudic expertise with secular erudition and present centuries of Jewish scholarship to contemporary Jews in a lucid manner that retains the rigorous analytical style of the Talmud itself.
 
The program has its own convenient facilities, its own unique curriculum, its own special staff providing instruction and guidance to small classes so that individual attention can be provided for each student. The residence facilities have been arranged to provide a comfortable feeling of exclusiveness which allow for the expression of individuality and creativity.

 

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