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Recent Grads Help with Polish Jewish Community

Jason BLatt, Eli Kahn, Shimmy Mandelbaum and CJ Glicksman volunteering at the Lauder Family Educational Retreat in Poland

Four members of MTA’s Class of 2016 – Jason Blatt, CJ Glicksman, Eli Kahn, and Shimmy Mandelbaum – who took part in the school’s “Names, Not Numbers” course, which provides an experiential course about the Holocaust in which the students learn film-making and interview Holocaust survivors, and participated on the school organized trip Poland [...]

YUHSB Awarded Major STEM Grant

(l-r): YUHSB’s Hanan Berger, Benny Jacob and GJ Neiman with the robotic arm they built together.

The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys(YUHSB) has received a $191,000 grant from a fund set up by Caroline and Joseph Gruss to upgrade and extend its STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) curriculum. “Given the importance of STEM disciplines to career success in the 21st century, we are [...]

MTA Sweeps Bronka Weintraub Bekius Program Competition

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During the past academic year, over thirty yeshiva high schools and more than 250 students across the country participated in the Bronka Weintraub Bekius program, in which students learned and were regularly tested on Gemara Bekius; this year the Massechta studied was Makkos. The program awarded close to $11,000 towards the purchase sefarim for those [...]

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