ohr naava divisions

Further realizing their vision to provide for all of a Jewish girl's needs—including her lifelong ambition to build a home—in 2010, Ohr Naava launched its Shidduch Initiative, a first-of-its-kind program offering personalized guidance, encouragement, and networking opportunities for single girls. Staffed with a veteran full-time shadchan, as well a team of devoted volunteers, the Shidduch Initiative hosts "meet the shadchan" get-togethers, personal appointments, and singles events, all of which offer critical emotional and practical support at this often-difficult life juncture.
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Ohr Naava's trademark seminary, Ateres Naava has become one of the most popular places for young frum women to enhance their Torah education while earning a college degree and advancing their careers. Featuring an array of dynamic teachers, stimulating classes, and exciting extracurricular activities, the program offers both high-school and seminary graduates a warm, comprehensive, and engaging experience that will impact them for life.
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An innovative NY and LA-based program geared to6th-12thgrade girls, GalTime was borne of a vision: inspired teenagers loving every minute of Yiddishkeit. Offering motivational programming with exciting themed activities and delectable food, GalTime provides girls from a wide range of Bais Yaakovs with a wholesome, creative outlet through which they can develop friendships, get to know mentors, and create a healthy camaraderie. Girls emerge from GalTime events feeling connected, rejuvenated, and valued.
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The Hakaras Hatov Initiative is revolutionary platform that aims to create a world of positivity by training individuals to recognize the good and express genuine gratitude. Let There Be Rain, a daily study volume authored by Rabbis Zechariah Wallerstein with Shimon Finkelman, uses powerful Torah sources and stories to turn a me-generation’s worldview on its head, establishing a gratitude-centered focus that opens our eyes to see the blessing coursing through our daily lives. The Book of Remembrances, a hakaras hatov journal stunningly illustrated by Yonah Weinreb, is a powerful chronicling tool that empowers the writer to develop a thankfulness-vision, filling his weeks and months with newfound goodness.
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