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MBR Shiur For Girls Back From Israel, June 18

It is that time of year again when so many families in the neighborhood will be welcoming home their daughters who have spent the memorable year of learning in seminary in Eretz Yisrael. The girls, while excited to see their families and homes, return confused about how to incorporate what they have learned in Artzeinu Hakedoshah into their lives in America. Added to that is the idea that soon they will be pursuing college degrees and working, so different than how they have spent the previous ten months.

Addressing this pressing issue of many returning girls, Machon Basya Rochel Seminary will be hosting a shiur titled “Maintaining Your Kedushah After Leaving the Land of Kedushah” given by Rebbitzen Aviva Feiner, menaheles of the seminary. The shiur will take place Tuesday, June 18 at 11:00 a.m. at the seminary, located at 137 Lawrence Avenue across from the Lawrence Railroad Station. Rebbitzen Feiner will share insights and practical suggestions as to how the girls can take their growth and not only maintain it but also increase it as well.

Following the shiur, there will be an optional presentation of the Machon Basya Rochel Seminary’s shanah bet program, designed for a girl who is working or in college. In the seminary environment she will not only learn, but also form connections with the seminary’s special staff of mechanchos and rebbeim who can support them during this time. The seminary also offers the opportunity to pursue a BA or certificate programs with Testing Training International.

For more information about this shiur, the shanah bet program, or other educational opportunities at Machon Basya Rochel Seminary contact 516-362-5000 or Machon Basya Rochel Seminary is dedicated in memory of Mrs. Rose Edelman. v

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Posted by on June 13, 2013. Filed under In This Week's Edition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.