International Halakha Scholars Program

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The Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL)  is launching an International Halakha Scholars Program (IHSP), a new study program for women educators, scholars and Jewish communal leaders to commence in October 2021. The four-year, part-time program will feature a course of advanced study of halakha (Jewish law) in the subjects of Shabbat, Aveilut …

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Blickle Institute for Interfaith Dialogue

The Blickle Institute for Interfaith Dialogue officially launched in October 2020 with the mission of developing new paradigms for Judaism’s relationship towards non-Jews. As the first Orthodox Jewish institution to adopt a systemic approach to interfaith understanding and relations, the Blickle Institute will teach Judaism’s approach toward other religions and toward people who practice other …

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Shana Gimmel and Shana Dalet

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Midreshet Lindenbaum’s newest program is geared toward college graduates with substantial Torah and Talmud study under their belts.  Midreshet Lindenbaum revolutionized Torah study for women by making it a substantial part of observant women’s lives; this program takes it a step further by providing a new generation of women an opportunity to continue pursuing their …

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Midrashit Program

Many soldiers are inducted during the early winter months and are therefore unable to dedicate an entire year to Torah study without postponing their service. The Midrashit Program was created specifically for these young women. The intensive, ten-week course provides them with the unique opportunity to receive spiritual training and tools that will prepare them for …

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Ohr Torah Stone Grants to Small European Communities

Ohr Torah Stone Grants to Small European Communities One of the cornerstones of Ohr Torah Stone’s mission is the strengthening and rejuvenation of Jewish communities around the world. To this end, OTS sends hundreds of shlichim – emissaries – to the four corners of the earth, through a variety of long and short-term programs.  Now, …

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OMEK – A Transformative Learning and Touring Experience in Israel

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A Whole New Dimension for your Visit to Israel Gaining a profound deep-rooted experience of growth through Torah in Eretz Yisrael An unprecedented opportunity to gain insight into the heritage and foundations of our land and the emergence of our people, OTS’s OMEK (in Hebrew: depth) is a one-of-a-kind experiential study program that opens a …

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Bruria Program

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The Bruria Program is a year of intensive Torah study for women without a midrasha background who have completed IDF Military or National Service and are interested in establishing their spiritual and halakhic perspective, while deepening and expanding their knowledge of Tanach, Talmud, Philosophy and Halakha.  A second year in the Bruria Program allows students …

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OTS Metivta

The OTS Metivta – a unique beit midrash for men’s Torah study and social action in the Gallilee –  was launched in Ellul 5777 (August 2017) with 22 students from all over Israel – contemporary pioneers, settling Israel’s northern frontier. The Metivta is a hesder yeshiva which combines intense Torah study in the beit midrash …

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Midreshet Lindenbaum – Lod

OTS’s Midreshet Lindenbaum College for Women opened the doors to its newest branch, Midreshet Lindenbaum Lod, in late August 2017. In addition to becoming the first midrasha for young religious women in the center of Israel, Midreshet Lindenbaum-Lod also answers the growing demand for post-high school programs for women which integrate Torah learning and army …

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Midreshet Lindenbaum – Matat, Carmiel

Midreshet Matat, the Northern branch of Midreshet Lindenbaum College for Women, is located in the Galilean city of Carmiel. While Midreshet Matat is guided by the overarching goals and philosophy of its parent school – and indeed, of the entire OTS network – it is distinguished by several characteristics which are entirely unique. The Matat …

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Hertog Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC)

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In January of 2008, a historical moment took place when Ohr Torah Stone and founding director David Nekrutman established the first Orthodox Jewish institution dedicated to religious dialogue, mutual understanding and active cooperation with Christians.  In less than a decade, the institution – the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) –  has moved to the …

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Jennie Sapirstein Junior High and High School for Girls

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The intensive Jewish studies program which emphasize the relevance of Torah to modern life as well as a high level of secular studies are the pillars of the Jennie Sapirstein Junior High and High School for Girls in Ramot, Jerusalem, which has a wide variety of bagrut majors, including: art, history, Arabic, drama, biology, chemistry, sociology, …

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