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10th Annual Women in the Workplace

On Wednesday, April 28th, students joined our 10th annual Women in the Workplace Seminar featuring Rabbi Moshe Hauer, executive vice president of the OU, Rabbi Ilan Feldman, Rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob of Atlanta, GA, and Mrs. Miri Yarmak, School Psychologist in Baltimore City public schools.

WITS aims to provide a bridge between the frum and secular world. Women in the Workplace is one of the many programs throughout the year designed to prepare young women to both professionally succeed and thrive as frum women. Students gain both hashkafa perspectives and halacha directives that are crucial to their success. We are happy to share the speeches with our alumnae. Click on the link below to hear recordings from the event.


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