Lawyers, Businessmen, and Teachers Tested For Smicha

A group from the Online Smicha program, led by Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm, was tested for Smicha on Sunday. Amongst those tested were individuals from different backgrounds and across many ages, including lawyers, college students, teachers, and others.

One of the groups of the Online Smicha program, led by Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm, was tested on the laws of Hilchos Bossor B’Cholov on Sunday. Amongst those tested were individuals from different backgrounds and across many ages, including lawyers, college students, teachers, and more.

The Online Smicha program is a unique program that offers live classes with an ongoing schedule and structure, accompanied by aid tools, charts, and many other features. The program is proud to have had hundreds of students who were able to achieve Smicha through this structure with the flexibility of time, yet at the highest level of learning.

On Sunday, another group of talmidim were tested on Hilchos Bossor B’Cholov. The test was given by Rabbi Chaim Bergstein of Detroit, MI, who was impressed at the knowledge of talmidim, and their ability to apply their knowledge to practical contemporary Halachic discussions.

The group was made up of students from all around the world, and included in it a group of professionals who were able to achieve this goal after long months of studying on top of their already busy schedule.

“It’s an amazing experience to finish your day at the office and zoom straight into Halacha after dealing with legal matters throughout the day”, says attorney Ben Shamulian of Los Angeles, CA. “The clarity and passion Rabbi Wilhelm provides during the classes are second to none and bring you into the discussion very well.”

Another group of students will be starting on Thursday evening, with only a few spots available. To join or for more information please visit the Online Smicha website at onlinesmicha.com, or email admin@onlinesmicha.com

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