Sometimes, sudden success at different stages of even the most carefully planned project can come as a surprise, even to the organizers themselves. Take, for instance, finding a prime new site for a Chabad center, coupled with great community support for the project.
We are seeking a female Pre-K teacher to teach in our Title I Program at Beis Chaya Mushka.
Applicants must have completed the following:
- NYS Licensed in Early childhood – Child Abuse Workshop – School Violence Prevention Workshop
The duties of the job include teaching Literacy and Math. It is two and a half to three hours daily, Monday – Thursday.
Compensation will be discussed at the time of interview. It is competitive. Please send your resume to the e-mail provided.
Alberto Vigil – Brienza’s Academic Advantage
Title I Director
Choni and Gitty Lesches (Crown Heights)
The Jewish community of Mariupol, the scene of heavy fighting between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed rebels, commemorated the memory of 16,000 Jews who were murdered there during WWII by the Nazi invaders.
Amid much joyous singing and dancing, 20 Talmidim HaShluchim, graduates of Oholei Torah, were welcomed to Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France.
A CrownHeights.info reader captured the moment of a friendly exchange of words between Rabbi Avrohom Shemtov, Chairman of Agudas Chasidei Chabad, and Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba, senior member of the Crown Heights Beis Din, on Eastern Parkway this afternoon.
The rapidly changing landscape in the outer Boroughs of NYC has created amazing opportunities in real estate. On November 6, men and women of the Crown Heights community will gather for a special evening event exploring success in real estate, a project of Crown Heights Young Entrepreneurs.
A sick new ‘game’ making its rounds on social media inspired a group of young teenagers to assault a 13-year-old Jewish girl in Crown Heights. The name of the game is ‘What the he** are they?’
Chaim Hershkowitz, a Lubavitcher puppeteer and founder of Torah Treasures – the maker of many popular educational DVDs for Jewish children, was featured in this week’s Mishpacha magazine, to whom he granted an extensive interview about his fascinating, entertaining and educational line of work.
Israel’s Minister of Welfare and Social Services, Meir Cohen, accompanied by Yair Revivo, the mayor of the city of Lod, visited the humanitarian organization Yad B’Yad, to learn about the plight of Israel’s impoverished.
Mendel Levin (Kensington, NY) and Miri Schtroks (Crown Heights)
Meyer and Chaya (nee Karp) Rodal (Crown Heights)
Motti and Chaya (nee Klein) Grossbaum (Stony Brook, NY)
Tzemach and Devory (nee Saks) Rosenfeld (Los Angeles, CA)
“Are you Jewish by any chance? Do you want to hear the Shofar?” New York based filmmaker Joshua Wolff laments that he could not walk around this time of year without ‘being accosted’ with those questions. He did not want to stop and hear Shofar, so what did a Lubavitcher Bochur do? It was all captured in an amazing clip!
Shmully and Rosie (nee Levin) Tennenhaus (Seattle, WA)
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Lech Lecha. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: What is the difference between holiness and godliness?
In this vintage photograph of one of the first N’shei Chabad conventions, c. early 1960s, Rebbetzin Chana, the Rebbe’s mother, can be seen seated on the dais to the far right. A second photo, featuring a speaker at the event, can be seen in the extended article. Can you identify anyone else in the photos?
Cambridge, England, home to one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities, has for centuries provided students with access to some of the best opportunities for learning and growth. With the opening this year of The Lehrhaus (‘House of Learning’) Center, Chabad House of Cambridge’s newest development, Cambridge students will now have the equivalent in the Jewish tradition.
In this latest episode of Jew-bell-ish, Chasidic comedian Mendy Pellin and his co-star Big Dave address and dance to your questions in this rare behind-the-scenes look at Jew-bell-ish The News.
A special magic show and rally marked the first anniversary of Shula’s Library in Jerusalem on Monday. The library is named after Shula Swerdlow, who passed away five years ago at age 3.
Hundreds of men and women gathered in front of 770 this morning to pay their last respects to Mrs. Miriam Slater, OBM, a longtime member of the Crown Heights community and celebrated Baalas Chesed, who passed away Monday morning at the age of 60.