It was in the first month of the second year on the first of the month that the Mishkan was erected. (Shemos 40:17) The concept of sacrificial offerings may conjure up images of ancient, primitive cultures. Yet, when we read the Torah, the timeless guide for life, we are struck with the predominant emphasis it... Read more »
As we begin Sefer Shemot, a new useful teaching aid called Parsha Pages was created thanks to the talented Adele (Lerner) Nemirov. Parsha Pages is a one-page summary of the parsha that can be easily read and enjoyed by students and scholars alike. In short, we are certain you could use the Parsha

Welcome to 2021! This year in particular, your first impressions with everyone – from students to donors – will most likely be…online. And, even though it’s 2021, sending and receiving email is still…king.  Really Good Emails has a huge database of 7,000 marketing emails and newsletters you can search for inspiration to design your own portfolio.... Read more »

Due to the pandemic, many rabbis, Jewish leaders and students are having to schedule meetings and team calls virtually over Zoom. This usually involves a lot of back-and-forth emails.  Arranging a meeting time that works for all — not only takes up quite some time, but can also become confusing quite easily depending on how... Read more »

As a human being – let alone a person who works as a Jewish leader and in the nonprofit space – you need to be an amazing online and offline communicator. To that end, we aim to follow communication trends to effectively reach our students. I’m sure you’ve seen that LinkedIn has recently also added... Read more »