His opinion was seconded by Rabbi Jake Czuper, also of Queens. “Over the past three weeks, my internship at the Orthodox Union has allowed me to concretely experience the Shulchan Aruch, and I am truly grateful to the OU for aiding me in my quest to really understand the halacha on the most practical level.”
“It was an impressive gathering of bright minds, presenters and participants,” said Rabbi Label Lam of Spring Valley, NY. “I loved the three weeks,” said one anonymous participant. “Amazing,” enthused Rabbi Avshalom Gotlib of Lakewood, NJ. “It was informative, educational, empowering, enjoyable, well-run and organized. Shall I continue?”
Three weeks were not enough for Brooklyn’s Rabbi Ephraim Turner. “The hardest thing for me about this program is that it has come to an end,” he said.
It will be back at OU Kosher in two years to educate another group of stellar young men in the modern practical applications of the ancient laws of kashrut.