Kiruv Program

 Every year, groups of students are asked to volunteer to be sent to various North American Jewish Communities to help with Yiddishkeit. Nearly a dozen communities have benefitted from this program to date. The impact on these communities is immeasurable.

The Seminary girls intern at the schools in various cities. While in these cities, their responsibilities are substitute teachers, teach remedial classes, organize activities such as Torah Fairs, Shabbatons, field trips, Melava Malkas, etc. They have formed close bonds with the students and have become their ?Big Sisters?. The ripple effect, seen by the whole community, has been astronomical.

The Seminary students realize many personal benefits from this program, including spiritual growth and a sense of responsibility to the community.