Today we celebrate Tu Bishvat, also known as Rosh Hashanah Le’ilanot - “New Year for Trees.” The Talmud records this date as being the point in the year when trees in the Land of Israel are said to awaken from their winter hibernation and start the process of renewal, blooming and bearing new fruit. While Jews have lived all over the globe, Jewish tradition has always centered around the Holy Land: our promised land and the land of our forefathers. From all of us at JETS to all of you around the world: Happy Tu Bishvat! :🌳 ...

Thank you for visiting JETS, Dr. Ed Marshall! Dr. Ed spoke about stress management; a person's emotional needs begin with self-love, which includes self-respect, self-esteem, and self-confidence. He also spoke about real estate and how he started a staging company for Luxury homes for sale. It was a very inspiring and uplifting talk. Some students stayed an extra hour with personal questions that Dr. Ed very patiently took his time to answer. Thank you! ...

Now more than ever, we are proud to be jews! #2020 #JETS ...

"The darkness of the whole world cannot swallow the glowing of a candle." Chag Sameach from JETS! ✡🕎 ...

What is adjustable-rate mortgage? How does one conduct a property appraisal? How can you become a Certified Real Estate Broker? These are the questions our guest lecturer Mr. Len Shaposhnik is addressing this semester in his Real Estate course at JETS 🏠 ...

JETS Sunday Funday skating at Ice station Valencia! ❄️ ...

Work hard, play hard!
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Connecting, appreciating, growing. Shabbat shalom from JETS ✡️ ...

"As an educator, my primary focus is the mental and cognitive development of the student, and to enable his innate ability to think, analyze and tap into his creative abilities. My belief is that everyone has these abilities and there is nothing more stimulating and enjoyable than the ability to think and explore intellectual ideas. My hope is that once the student taps into his own thinking abilities, it will be the driving force for emotional, psychological and spiritual growth." - Rabbi Mendel Zirkind, JETS ...

JETS Principal Naftali Smith showing the boys how it's done in yesterday's construction class. Yishar koah Principal Smith! 💪💯 ...

Rosh Hashanah is the day that we cry out to G-d from the essence of our souls, as a child cries out to his father, symbolized by the primordial cry of the shofar. On this day, we ask G-d to fulfill our needs for the coming year and give us the tools that we need to achieve our goals and fulfill our aspirations.

The JETS family 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 it is 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!
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We invite you to join us in wishing students, teachers and administrators the best of luck as we kick off our 2019-2020 academic year! Read the full article - LINK IN BIO ...

Thanks for the love, COL! 🙏 "JETS is more than just a yeshiva. It is the continuation of the Rebbe’s vision in Los Angeles." ...

Summer is Here! ☀️ Even once school is out, we want the learning and inspiration to continue. Our staff are hard at work this summer making JETS even more awesome. Here’s a sneak peek into what’s going on behind the scenes! Read the full article -- LINK IN BIO! Photo credits @mginfocus ...

From Darkness To Light

The dark past of a Warsaw-Auschwitz transport car meets its challenge at the JETS campus.