Israeli Yeshivos Send Staff to Engage ‘Kvutza’ Bochurim

A new initiative has hanhala from yeshivos in Eretz Yisroel coming to New York every month in order to inspire and engage with alumni learning in ‘Kvutza’ in 770.

By reporter

Starting this month, yeshivos in Eretz Yisroel will send representatives from among the Rosh Yeshivas and Mashpiim to give shiurim, inspire, and engage with alumni studying at 770 as part of Kvutza.

The program was organized by the newly formed Association of Talmidei Yeshivas 770 along with yeshivos in Eretz Yisroel and is coordinated with the administration of the 770 Yeshiva. The goal is to strengthen the students in their learning and conduct.

As the first representative, Rabbi Yaakov Goldschmidt, a Rosh Yeshiva at Kfar Chabad, arrived in New York and delivered a shiur to alumni from all yeshivos on the Gemara being learned.

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    1. How many bochurim fall through the cracks on shlichus and in 770?

      If hanhala would keep up with them they would be more involved.

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