‘Project Yissachar and Zvulun’ in Full Swing



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    ‘Project Yissachar and Zvulun’ in Full Swing

    The revolution continues! The ‘Igud Talmidei Hakvutza’, which ran an overwhelmingly successful ‘Yissachar and Zvulun’ learning initiative program for bochurim learning in Tomchei Temimim – 770 last yeshiva year, is back at it for another learning year with a plan for massive growth. At the end of Cheshvan the program’s participants sat in the lunch room of 1414 President Street for their monthly test. Most passed with flying colors, receiving their prizes shortly thereafter • Full Story, Photos

    The revolution continues! The ‘Igud Talmidei Hakvutza’, which ran an overwhelmingly successful ‘Yissachar and Zvulun’ learning initiative program for bochurim learning in Tomchei Temimim – 770 last yeshiva year, is back at it for another learning year with a plan for massive growth.

    As ChabadInfo.com has reported many times, ‘Yissachar and Zvulun’ is a program that incentivizes bochurim to keep sidrei hayeshiva and learn with great energy and interest by providing financial incentives to help them cover the costs of being in 770.

    Last yeshiva year, as well as throughout the summer, the bochurim participated in a wide variety of learning tracks, which they themselves chose. Whether it was Hemshech Samech Vov, Gemara Bava Metzia and Sotah, or Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim, the temimim learned with great chayus and successfully passed the tests for each respective track.

    The Igud’s program has increased in its participation, as well as in the number of learning tracks. The group  was excited to announce at the beginning of this year the opening of a new track in Inyonei Geulah U’Moshiach, with the bochurim learning “Likkutei Sichos Geulah U’Moshiach” in a serious way.

    At the end of Cheshvan the program’s participants sat in the lunch room of 1414 President Street for their monthly test. Most passed with flying colors, receiving their prizes shortly thereafter.

    For more information on the “Yissachar and Zevulun” program, and to support Igud Talmidei Hakvutzah, click here.





































































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