Aaron Herman takes a look at the new film Suskind. Set in Amsterdam during the German occupation of the Netherlands a group of people, including the Jewish Walter SÃ¼skind try to help children escape the Holocaust.
How do you become a cellist? Aaron Herman spoke with Elad Kabilio about his music and the American Israel Cultural Foundation/ Keren Sharett.
This week, Aaron Herman looks at The Jerusalem House in the Old City of Jerusalem.
So you finished your Israel program and looking for a place to stay and continue your Israel adventure? Aaron Herman spoke with Rabbi Ben Parker, Director of the Jerusalem House about how young adults can further explore their Jewish heritage.
How do your harness the power of social media when looking for a job? Aaron Herman spoke with Lavie Margolin about job searching and his new book From Linked Out to LinkedIn.
From Linked Out to LinkedIn: Unlocking the power for career success in 2013
You joined LinkedIn because a friend or colleague told you that you must join. Now that you are signed up, you are probably a bit puzzled as to why everyone is raving about the site. You know that it is a resource to advance your professional position, better market your business or find a job but you are not sure how to use LinkedIn to achieve those objectives. Creating your profile, adding connections and joining groups were no problem but now what?
This book is the tool that you need to TRULY UNDERSTAND LinkedIn and maximize its power for ultimate career success. Author and Career Coach Lavie Margolin has spent years leveraging his LinkedIn network, building valuable connections and advising businesses on how to use the site. For the first time in one book, Lavie shares his most valuable tips on how to turn your knowledge of LinkedIn from “What Now?” to “Success Now!”
How are Israeli’s so innovative? Aaron Herman attended the Innovation Road Show and got a firsthand look into the up-incoming Israeli start ups
Innovation Road Show
The Innovation Road Show was launched by the US Israel Business Council (USI) in 2012. This ground-breaking initiative encompasses a series of spotlight events, showcasing innovative Israeli high tech companies to sources of US investment. The Innovation Road Show events cross a span of High-Tech industries including Bio-Tech, Clean-Tech, Agri-Tech, Media-Tech and more. Having this specialized platform allows for high level, targeted networking.
We had the opportunity to attend Mitzvah day at the Hebrew Institute of White Plains. The Jewish Boy Scouts helped the White Plains community in sending packages to US troops abroad. The mission of the National Jewish Committee on Scouting is to promote Boy Scouting among Jewish youth, to help Jewish institutions and local council Jewish committees to provide Scouting opportunities for Jewish youth, and to promote Jewish values in Scouting through program helps and the religious emblems program.
What is blended learning? How do we solve the day school crisis? We spoke with Kevin Shacknofsky, Meir Nordlicht of Westchester Torah Academy and Jeff Kiderman Executive Director of Affordable Jewish Education Project about the future of Jewish education.
WTA is a Modern Orthodox Yeshiva day school opening in September 2013 in Westchester County. Westchester Torah Academy has adopted an innovative model for high-quality, sustainable and affordable Jewish day school education. We are committed to excellence in both Judaic & secular studies while maintaining an affordable and sustainable tuition for our communities.
WTA will offer a more personalized learning approach for all students.
WTA will encourage students to be lifelong learners.
WTA will be a place where students have the opportunity to excel, both academically and personally, in an environment that acknowledges their individual needs and develops their unique strengths.
WTA will prepare students to live and compete in our rapidly changing, high-tech world.
WTA aspires to nurture the minds and souls of each student through a 21st century dynamic, fun and warm learning environment. We are committed to achieving academic excellence in both Judaic and secular studies while promoting character development, a deep commitment to Torah and Mitzvot, love for Eretz Yisrael, and a shared responsibility for our community and the world at large. We believe that each child was created in the image of Hashem, and we are dedicated to bringing out the gifts, talents and strengths of each of our unique students.