FASH TRACK YOUR JOURNEY TO LIVING A
MEANINGFUL JEWISH LIFE

The Olami Crash Course series

is an opportunity for you to gain a deep understanding on a broad array of Jewish topics in a very short amount of time. Facilitated by expert educators, each course is made up of 5 classes, an hour a week for five weeks. 

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Judaism

The secret to serenity, success, and self-love.

Striking a Balance

Work-Life Balance and Finding Your Life’s Purpose

Crash Course
of Jewish Music

its Origin, Evolution and Biggest Stars

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RABBI AARON EISEMANN

Rabbi Aaron Eisemann can’t seem to graduate from university. After 22 years on campus, seven at the University of Michigan and 15 at NYU he's as excited and passionate as an incoming freshman. His many adoring fans on campus, love his passionate presentations on Jewish thought, mindfulness, and spirituality which empower their lives with a deeper understanding and love of Judaism. Don’t forget to sign up for his weekly videos and podcasts!

RABBI GAVRIEL HORAN

Rabbi Gavriel Horan was born in Manhattan, where he attended a prestigious fine arts high school. He has since lived in many different locations around the world and has been involved in informal Jewish education and outreach on college campuses for close to a decade. He currently lives in Baltimore, MD with his wife and children where he runs RAJE (Russian American Jewish Experience) Maryland, while also moonlighting as a psychotherapist, freelance journalist and grant writer.

RABBI BENZION KLATZKO

Rabbi Benzion Klatzko received his rabbinic ordination from Mir Yeshiva and has served as a pulpit Rabbi in New York and New Jersey, as well as the campus Rabbi at UCLA. He currently serves as a Senior Manager of the Olami Organization and lectures at dozens of North American universities each year. Rabbi Klatzko is the founder of Shabbat.com, the world's largest Jewish Social Network. He also founded the Akiva Trips to Israel and Poland. Rabbi Klatzko, his wife Shani, and their 11 children currently live in Monsey, New York, where hosting 80 or more people for Shabbos is the norm. He has been at the frontier of improving Jewish communal life for the past 30 years.

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