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Today is the 10th of Shvat, marking the day of the ascendancy to leadership of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory in the year 1951.

One of The Rebbe’s first projects, when he assumed leadership in 1951, was the establishment of a vocational youth village in Kfar Chabad, where students learned various trades, such as printing, metalwork, carpentry and agriculture.

In a letter to the Hanhala of Tomchei Tmimim Yeshiva in Israel dated the 20th of Kislev 5712, the Rebbe wrote: “If there are young men who cannot learn in a yeshiva the whole day, for whatever reason, but they are willing to learn a few hours of Nigleh and Chassidus per day if they get a few hours of vocational studies, then it is very important to do so… This is possible by creating a dedicated institution for learning Torah, Nigleh and Chassidus, and also a trade. And surely such an institution will bring great benefit to young men.”

And JETS is doing just that.

Rather than a one-size-fits-all approach, we seek to find the spark within each student. What lights him up? What makes him excited to learn? What are his hobbies, his interests, his passions? And then we create a curriculum that melds passion with profit, giving each student real-world tools to support his future family while staying true to the values of Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit.

JETS is the continuation of The Rebbe’s vision in Los Angeles; from our family to yours, we wish you a meaningful Yud Shvat.
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We are grateful to have the opportunity to go to the mall and assist Jews in putting on tefillin. Thank G-d for this z'chus to do a mitzvah for others!
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Every night of Hannukah, we light an additional candle than the night before. On the first night of Hannukah, we light one candle. On the second, we light two. Etc.

Lighting an additional candle every night can serve as a lesson for constant growth. Just as we light an extra candle every night of Hannukah and light the whole menorah at the end of 8 days, so too, if we resolve to improve daily, we’ll have tremendous self-growth.

A good deed doesn’t have to be a big mitzvah for personal growth. Even doing a small mitzvah will make a big difference over time.

Share this post to spread the light and joy of Hannukah - Chag Sameach from JETS! 🕯️
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The traditional mainstream yeshiva is a great fit for someone that enjoys learning Torah for 8+ hours a day, doesn't crave a creative output in business or technology, and does not want a life outside of yeshiva. But what about our teenagers that don't want to be in a strict program? How are they able to connect with their Judaism?

JETS strives to be the solution for young men that want a connection to their Judaism without the intensity of a mainstream yeshiva. JETS offers over 10+ different Judaic classes to choose from and 20+ secular courses. Each student can create a schedule for taking classes that they enjoy.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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The Torah commands us “love one another as we love ourselves.” The Alter Rebbe teaches us in the Tanya that the mitzvah of Ahavas Yisroel means to love every Jew beyond their physical bodies, we are commanded to love every jew for their neshama, not their actions.

At JETS, we have students from across the world, and we embody the idea that even though we are different people, we all essentially are just our neshama. Whether it be shabbos playing volleyball or a chess tournament. In JETS, the achdus is outmatched.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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At JETS we aim to provide each student with the tools to lead a productive and fulfilling life through a well-balanced program of Judaic studies, vocational training, and recreational activities.

At the forefront of JETS' ethos is an understanding that each student is unique in his personality, interests, and motivations. As a result, students are part of a welcoming and thriving environment that fosters positive well-being and confidence.
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📸: JETS Student Dovy Brody
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JETS offers its students a state of the art GYM facilities and a personal trainer that helps boys one on one to achieve their annual fitness goals.

Many yeshivas may view the Gym as a "distraction from the studies," but at JETS, we view it as a way for our students to allow themselves the physical output to grow and care for their bodies.

Judaism refers to this as "Briyot Haguf," taking care of the body. Our body is a gift from Hashem, and it is our job to treat our bodies with kindness and respect.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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📸: JETS Student Dovy Brody
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JETS is so much more than just another yeshiva. At JETS, we provide a caring and loving environment for our students to give them the tools and skills they need to succeed and reach their full potential.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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As we return to our JETS family from the sukkot break, we might find it challenging to get back into our daily routine and schedule. We may not want to be productive or do anything.

However, Chassidus teaches us that a person feeling productive and accomplished is one of the keys to happiness. There is only one issue; not everyone will feel accomplished with the same schedule.

That's why JETS offers over 20 classes and electives, allowing students to find their passion, feel productive, and enjoy themselves—all at the same time.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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As the Month of Tishrei ends, we want to welcome our JETS students back to school with renewed vigor and strength from a month full of joy and happiness.

We just experienced the holiday of Simchat Torah, the day when we finish the Torah and start back from the beginning. This can be a lesson for us that we never really stop learning. We are constantly growing and advancing regarding our Judaism or even just in our daily lives. When we hit a milestone, we must remember that our journey is never over.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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Sukkos is referred to as Chag HoAssif, “the harvest festival.” This name also relates to the Jews’ gathering together with ahavas Yisrael.

The JETS family takes to heart the importance of Ahavas Yisroel, we all work together to inspire each other to grow more and more every day.

Happy Holidays, from our JETS family to your Sukkah.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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As the JETS students begin to prepare themselves for their Tishrei break, many find themselves not wanting to leave. Thankfully the shluchim arrange fabrengens and events for the Students who go to Crown Heights.

A farbrengen is an informal, inspirational Chassidic gathering where words of Torah are shared and melodies are sung over refreshments and spirits.

If you are in Crown Heights and want to take a look into the beautiful atmosphere of our JETS family, stop by at one of our Fabrengens, you are more than welcome to join.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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📸: JETS Student Dovy Brody
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Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year when we are closest to G-d and to the essence of our souls. Yom Kippur means “Day of Atonement,” as the verse states, “For on this day He will forgive you, to purify you, that you be cleansed from all your sins before G-d. The JETS family wishes you a meaningful Yom Kippur and an Easy Fast. ...

On Rosh Hashana, we ask G-d to fulfill our needs for the coming year and give us the tools we need to achieve our goals and fulfill our aspirations.

JETS was founded upon the message of Rosh Hashanah. Our goal is to ensure that our students are equipped with the tools they will need to support a family, enabling them to be future contributing members of society. Whether through computer programming, plumbing, accounting, mortgage banking, or digital marketing, our students leave JETS with the ability to continue to achieve in their respective fields and make an honest living.

In the merit of your concern for others, may G-d inscribe you and your loved ones in the Book of Life for goodness, kindness, health, and a year of overflowing blessings!
L'shana Tova from JETS!

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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There is a saying that during the month of Elul, the king is in the field. Now is a time for everyone to look back upon our choices from the previous year and strive to improve.

At JETS, we ensure that the boys have the proper tools and environmental influence to make the right decisions always to be able to move forward in their personal growth.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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📸: Dovy Brody, JETS Student
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