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OU Singles Connections To Present Two Events, June 16 and June 26

June 5, 2008, by

As the year winds down and the summer begins, the Orthodox Union’s Singles Connections, a project of the Department of Community Services, will present two singles events that mark the transition, Monday, June 16 and Thursday, June 26. The Department has presented singles events throughout the year – sometimes offering stimulating lectures on topical issues, sometimes providing entertainment such as comedy shows or ice-skating, but always presenting the opportunity to mingle with like-minded Jewish singles in a comfortable setting.

OU/NCSY and Touro College Celebrate 35 Years of Cooperation

June 5, 2008, by

Touro College and NCSY, the youth movement of the Orthodox Union, celebrated 35 years of close cooperation last month, as students and faculty from Touro’s undergraduate Lander Colleges of Arts and Sciences played a significant role in 11 NCSY Regional Conventions held throughout North America. At many of these events graduating NCSYers were awarded scholarships to the Lander Colleges, continuing an annual tradition that began in 1973. These initiatives are in addition to the tens of thousands of dollars Touro contributes each year to the NCSY regions to support Shabbatons, events and educational programs.

Mixed Messages On Jerusalem Need to Stop, OU Says

June 3, 2008, by

Israel’s elected leaders in recent weeks have sent out mixed messages regarding their negotiating position on Jerusalem’s status as the undivided and eternal capital of Israel, said Nathan Diament, director of public policy for the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.

Project Areivim Sends OU Representatives To Strengthen Jewish Communities Throughout the US

June 2, 2008, by

Under the concept that all Jews are responsible for one another, the Orthodox Union’s Project Areivim sends volunteers with special knowledge and skills from their home communities to nearby and distant synagogue communities around the country. Areivim, or those who look out for one another, offer their talents, be it delivering speeches, one-on-one learning, or prayer service leadership.

OU Delegation Heads to Bueno Aires To Celebrate Grand Opening of NCSY Argentina, 6/12-15

June 2, 2008, by

With chapters and regions across United States and Canada, NCSY — the international youth program of the Orthodox Union — has become a household name on the North American continent. Its mark has been left not only on the map but in the hearts of countless thousands of teens who have been inspired by NCSY to discover the beauty of their heritage. With an awareness that it’s not only North American teens who are subject to assimilation, but their counterparts in South America as well, NCSY has expanded, first to Chile, where it has operated for the past four years, and now to Argentina, where the new NCSY chapter will be officially dedicated.

As Congregation Beth Israel of New Orleans Rebuilds, OU Continues To Send Support

May 28, 2008, by

When New Orleans was hit by Hurricane Katrina in August, 2005, Congregation Beth Israel of New Orleans, an Orthodox Union synagogue, captured worldwide attention when a photo of Torah scrolls being carried from the synagogue’s wreckage by a dedicated volunteer rescue worker was transmitted across the world. Jewish life has begun to revive in New Orleans and into this reemerging community last year appeared Rabbi Uri Topolosky, hired to take over as spiritual leader of a synagogue that still did not have a building to call its own.

OU Job Board To Present National Webcast on Mortgage Crisis and Home Foreclosures, June 24

May 28, 2008, by

Responding to the nationwide subprime crisis and the wave of home foreclosures across the country, the Orthodox Union Job Board will present a webcast intended for a national audience, The American Dream’s Rude Awakening – Mortgage Debacle and Foreclosures, which will take place Tuesday, June 24, 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The session, broadcast live, can be accessed from anywhere in North America (or the world) by visiting www.ou.org/jobs, although a small audience will be in attendance on a first-come first-serve basis.

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