In our busy and confusing world, our students spend so much time looking for answers, clarity and meaning. They may think that a job, a life situation, or how they look is going to make them happy. But if they are honest with themselves… it doesn’t always work. Introducing Olami Connect – just in time... Read more »
Olami Professional Circles online is a unique program for young Jewish professionals, who are looking to gain an edge in business. Access virtual boardroom business sessions on a weekly basis with some of the Jewish community's most, successful business leaders and entrepreneurs - from venture capitalists to big pharma executives
This summer, let your students propel their career with one of our medical or business internships Olami, together with JInternship and Lakewood Fellowship, is launching a virtual internship program for high-achieving undergrad business or medical students who want to get ahead. The internship will give participants the opportunity to gain valuable networking and working experience... Read more »
At a time when we are told to fight by staying at home, this campaign becomes even more meaningful, powerful and uniting as we remember and honor those who had to fight by going out to battle. To defend Israel, our Jewish home. The Gemara tells us that the ultimate kavod is to learn Torah
On April 18, 2018, the New York Times reported the mind-boggling findings of an international scientific study that today we can only begin to comprehend its implications: trillions of viruses constantly circle the globe in an atmospheric air stream with “some 800 million viruses cascading onto every square meter of the planet daily... Mostly thought of as
The following submission to the Chinuch Chaburah illustrates how using the Tefilah B’Tzibur Mitzvah Chart from Harav Mayer Zelig Mann Zt”l can transform a person’s davening
The hallmark of an inquisitive Jew is his or her questions. Few educators have encountered such an enormous range of questions from newcomers to Judaism as Rabbi Lawrence Hajioff, Educational Director of the Jewish Enrichment Center in New York City. In this capacity, Rabbi Hajioff teaches and fields questions from streams of young Jewish men and women every year, most of whom have recently returned from the Birthright Israel experience.
NLEResources.com is featuring a series of the following four full chapters from Circle, Arrow, Spiral over the next several weeks: 1) Shelo Asani Isha, 2) The Roots of the Inequality of Women, 3) Witnesses and 4) Polygamy. Unquestionably, one of the principal hurdles for a newcomer to Orthodox