For the third year, OU Alumni is partnering with JUSTIFI to offer a social justice trip to Thailand for Jewish college students and young professionals. The 10-day program between June 2nd and June 11th will expose participants to Thailand’s rich culture, allow them to understand human trafficking and child exploitation in Southeast Asia, educate and inspire Thai youth, and ride on
It’s all about R-E-S-P-E-C-T!! Chaim Strassman, advising coordinator for Central East NCSY and an upcoming TJJ bus director, shares with us an approach to relationships that we can learn from just two words in this week’s parsha.
It’s the gift that keeps on giving!!! This week, Natan Brownstein, an alum of Portland NCSY and former advisor & City Director in Upstate NY NCSY, pulls together Purim, the slavery in Egypt, Rosh Chodesh, and the parsha (whew!) to teach us a very important lesson.
This week, Rabbi Moshe Rosenstein, a former national president and NJ NCSY alum, and current head of Tomer Devorah, tells us about the difference between the approaches of Noach and Moshe. They’re both confronted with some unsavory news but how Moshe reacts is what made him so great.
Let your light shine!!! This week, Rabbi Phil Karesh, Director of Education & 12th Grade Specialist for Midwest NCSY, talks about the deeper meaning of menorahs, windows, and even the NCSY logo! Plus, he teaches us what it really means to be a role model.
In case you didn’t know already, you matter…and you have a mission. Rabbi Mordechai Burg, menahel at Mevaseret, rebbe of NCSY Kollel, and alum of Long Island NCSY, shares with us an empowering message from this week’s parsha.
What do Stockholm Syndrome and this week’s parsha have in common? Jonathan Teitelbaum, NY NCSY & TJJ Ambassadors, provides an answer, as well as an explanation of the purpose of ears. Give it a listen now!
Yitro has a parsha named after him, but how much do we actually know about his backstory? Rabbi Moshe Dovid Weissman, a former president of Long Island NCSY, now Rosh Kollel of Kollel Zichron Tova Sara in Beitar Illit, Israel, fills us in on some of those missing pieces, as well as some important lessons