• Graduate Programming

  • Evening Kollelim

    RIETS students who are busy during the daytime hours with their rabbinic studies have a number of opportunities to bring their energy and passion for Torah to local communities. Several new initiatives have begun this year in which RIETS students have the opportunity to learn b’chavruta with members of local communities.

    teaneck kollel group shot Yeshiva University Bnai Yeshurun Beis Medrash

    Yeshiva University and the Congregation Bnai Yeshurun Beis Medrash Program are excited to bring you the Yeshiva University Bnai Yeshurun Beis Medrash. Together with existing programs, the Beis Medrash helps create a vibrant and energetic Kol Torah in the Teaneck community that fosters an inspirational environment for growth. Ten young men from RIETS, headed by Rosh Beis Medrash Rabbi Netanel Wiederblank, learn b’chavrusa in the Bnai Yeshurun Beis Medrash, playing a transformative role in the Teaneck Jewish community through their dedication to rigorous Torah study.
    Listen to Rabbi Wiederblank's shiurim from the Beis Medrash on YUTorah

    ahavath-torahThe Isaac Perry Beit Midrash Program at Congregation Ahavath Torah

    Four nights a week, RIETS students spend their nights learning in Englewood’s Congregation Ahavath Torah with local community members, enriching the vibrant Jewish life of this North Jersey community.

     

     

    Fair Lawn Bais Medrash Program

    In conjunction with Congregation Shomrei Torah and its Torah Enrichment Center, Yeshiva University has worked with the Fair Lawn community to create the Fair Lawn Bais Medrash Program. Under the supervision of Rabbi Eli Belizon, dean of the Bais Medrash Program, three fellows provide an atmosphere for chavrusas, chaburas and shiurim throughout the week, while living in the community and continuing the significant growth that Fair Lawn has seen in recent years.
    Listen to Rabbi Belizon's shiurim from the Bais Medrash  

     

    For any inquiries concerning Yeshiva University community initiatives, please contact Rabbi Elie Mischel at emischel@yu.edu.

     

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