PHOTO: This morning, dozens showed up to the launch of the Learn & Network Kollel in Monsey, NY. Since the founding of the program a mere six weeks ago in Lakewood by Duvi Honig, there has been a huge demand for the network in cities around the Tri-State area, as well as in Chicago, Detroit and other cities around the States.
Today, joining the board of Learn & Network, was Jonathan Beren (pictured second from left) of Denver who met up with the founder Duvi honig, and the Monsey Coordinators Shimmy Weiss (pictured center) and Moishe Gutman (pictured right).
Also in attendance at this morning’s launch, was Simcha Greenwald (pictured second from right), the Dean of Chavrei Hakollel, who assisted Honig in the launching of its program in Lakewood. The program originally took pplace at the Chavrei Hakollel building but was relocated due to the floor collapse.
The Learn & Network program is designed to offer people looking to start out in the work force, or in transition from one job to another, a convenient place to both learn for an hour or 2 with a chavrusa to start off each morning, and the opportunity to network. People can connect with others looking to continue their career or start a new one, as well as with current and retired business people who are also invited to join the morning learning program, and who can provide experienced insight into job search and starting a business.
The Learn & Network program in Monsey takes place at the new Bais Medrash Shaar Hashamayim building (Rabbi Viener’s shul), located at 71 East Willow Tree Rd across from Rochelle Lane, in the Wesley Hills section of Monsey.
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To Editor: it shoud say MONSEY in the heading not MOSNEY.
To # 1. Thank you for the correction.
Wow at least the floor didn’t collapse..
May it have Siyata Dishmaya and be a source of torah and income to all.
Kudos to you.
Why is my comment still awaiting moderation when two others cleared? There is nothing wrong with my post,it is based on fact and I’m looking for feedback
Good point #3
What’s the cost to attend?
#6 From what I hear there is no cost at all. This kollel was founded lesheim shamayim! Hashem should bentch all those involved!
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