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JLI Teens Launches Internship Program

Young, smart, Jewish, they are the children of the baby boomers who cut their teeth on hi-speed internet and the virtual world it placed in their laps while still in the stroller.

Headquarters | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Israeli MK Binyamin Ben-Eliezer Visits Mumbai Chabad House

Israeli Knesset Member Binyamin Ben-Eliezer visited the ravaged Mumbai Chabad House in India earlier this week.

Headquarters | Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Transcendent Joy, Transcendent Vision Celebrated at Chabad Conference Banquet

An overflow crowd squeezed through more than a dozen metal detectors and into the garage-turned-gracious-lobby of the Troop C Armory in Brooklyn, New York.

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Monday, November 16, 2009

U.S. Military Armory Is Transformed for Chabad Banquet

This Sunday evening, thousands will file into the Troop C Armory for the banquet session, concluding the International Conference of Shluchim.

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Sunday, November 15, 2009

Jewish Inspiration Trails Chabad Rabbis After Summer Tour

“There was no cutting back this year despite the economy,” emphasized director Rabbi Schneor Nejar. “Wherever there is a need to reach Jewish people, we are sending rabbis.”

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Thursday, August 27, 2009

Chabad Center To Open in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, the educational division of Chabad-Lubavitch, has appointed Chabad representatives to Cambodia, a first for this South East Asian country.

S. Fridman | Headquarters | Monday, August 10, 2009

Israel's President To Chabad: You Give Life to the Living

“I have no idea when the dead will come back to life, but I am certain,” said Israel’s President Shimon Peres, “that your work that gives life to the living, is no less important.”

Miriam Davids | Headquarters | Monday, July 6, 2009

Dominican Republic Welcomes Chabad Rabbi

Rabbi Shimon Pelman , Chabad emissary to the Dominican Republic, was formally welcomed to the country in a meeting Thursday with President Leonel Fernández Reyna at the National Palace in Santo Domingo.

Zalman Nelson | Headquarters | Monday, June 29, 2009

Jewish Learning Instructors: Students For A Day

For one full day, the teachers became students. Clad in their distinctive black hats and suits, they listened attentively, raised their hands to ask questions, and passed the occasional note (via text-messaging, of course).

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Monday, June 29, 2009

Governor Paterson Meets With Chabad Leaders On Education

(lubavitch.com) At a meeting in the Governor’s office last Thursday, Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky , Chairman of the Chabad-Lubavitch Educational and Social Services divisions spent the better part of half an hour speaking with New York State Governor David Paterson about Chabad-Lubavitch educational activities in the State.

S. Fridman | Headquarters | Monday, May 11, 2009

My Space/Your Space: Teens Hash It Out

What is a woman’s responsibility to her unborn child? Is it her right not to birth the infant? Is it her obligation to care for her child?

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Thursday, April 23, 2009

When Shluchim Come Marching In: Gala Banquet Concludes Chabad-Lubavitch Conference

(lubavitch.com) As temperatures in New York City dipped to unseasonably low digits Sunday night, the atmosphere inside Pier 94 heated up. Well over 4,000 Chabad-Lubavitch shluchim, lay leaders, and supporters filed into the 175,000 square ft. hall for the highlight of the International Conference of Shluchim: banquet night. Attendees have been participating in workshops, round-table discussions, and informal meetings all weekend, but it is the banquet that brings it all together for a dramatic finale.

Dvora Lakein | Headquarters | Monday, November 24, 2008

Jewish Day School Teachers Impact Students' Life Choices

Dr. Joel Wein is looking for the Lubavitch teacher who changed his life. As a youngster eager to earn a Cub Scout religion badge, he asked his Hebrew School teacher, a young Chabad-Lubavitch woman in her early twenties, for a synagogue where he could attend services.

Headquarters | Monday, March 17, 2008