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Naaleh College asked Rabbi Dr. Fishel Mael, author of, Ben Torah in the Workplace, to share his thoughts on some key issues that frum people in the workplace face today.   1. How has the increase of smart phone usage influenced the work/life balance? Sadly, we see greater encroachment of smart phone activity in all...
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The Naaleh College administration and leadership are excited to welcome Joelle Nadjari who joins the team as Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment. Naaleh College is preparing for a busy academic year 2021. We anticipate establishing exciting new partnerships with Jewish high schools, yeshivot, seminaries, and other institutions in North America, Israel and beyond. We...
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By Devora Kaye 1.  Set Realistic Goals You need to be passionate and self-driven to succeed at online learning. Keep in mind your end goal, why you signed up, and what you hope to achieve. Focus on the larger picture and then take it one step at a time. Treat your online study like a...
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By Tzivia Reiter   Finding Your own Rhythm in the Work/Family Dance. Figuring out how to balance work and family is an ongoing struggle for working mothers. It’s a matter of allocating not only our time, but also our physical, emotional, and psychological energy between the two spheres of our lives. Elke, an accountant: “I...
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What is Accreditation? Accreditation is a non-governmental peer-review process that evaluates the educational standards of an institution or program. In the United States, accreditation is synonymous with assuring educational quality. When an institution earns accreditation, it means they have undergone a comprehensive self-study and peer examination that shows the institution meets standards of accreditation. Why...
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  Orchos Chaim: Ben Torah for Life Reviewed by Rabbi Yosef Gavriel Bechhofer Author: Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky, Published by: Eshel Publications New York, 2018 231 pages Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky’s Ben Torah for Life is a theoretical and practical guide for kollel graduates to orient themselves away from a life in yeshivah to that in the...
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By Rabbi Yonoson Rosenblum   Every year dozens of very good Jewish books appear, works that inform, uplift, and inspire, and from which most of us would greatly profit if we had time to read them all. And then there are the one or two works that by virtue of the importance of the subject...
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Once upon a time, there was a fabled job waiting for the ben Torah who was prepared to enter the workplace. He (and it was only he in those days) would start working at this job at 9:00 AM after a learning seder, breakfast with his children, and a minimal commute to and from work He...
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Could he attend work lunches at treif restaurants and what could he eat there? How far did he have to travel to find a midday Minchah minyan and was he even allowed to take off time from work to do so? The challenges he faced and those he heard about from his friends in the...
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