Connection Point, the program designed to encourage and empower children to watch and learn directly from the Rebbe, is off to a smashing start this year. View photos from the first round.
The popular school program empowering students to watch and learn directly from the Rebbe is expanding to high schools. Four girls schools have been accepted into the pilot program.
34 Chabad schools have been accepted into JEM’s Connection Point Affiliate Program. The schools have proven to share a vision with Connection Point, and now partnered, will begin to deepen their students' connection with the Rebbe.
Ahead of Connection Point's launch in over 30 schools, over 100 boxes of exciting prizes arrived at JEM's offices today. Everyone pitched in to help unload, sort and unpack.
The one-of a kind program that is seeing global success, training children to understand the Rebbe’s talks directly on their own, is gearing up to launch for the second year with three new initiatives.
2300 boys and girls in 16 different camps spent Friday morning before Gimmel Tammuz engaged connecting and experiencing moments with the Rebbe.
Connection Point's special Gimmel Tammuz program is set to be a major success and will be screened in 13 camps, topping 1800 campers.
Connection Point, the successful school collaborative initiative of JEM and Tzivos Hashem, will be making a special Gimmel Tammuz program for camps this year. Sign your camp up today.
The viewing of the Rebbe's Lag B'omer parade on Wednesday for Crown Heights schoolchildren and their parents outside 770 was a smashing success.
This Wednesday evening, hundreds of children and their parents will join together in front of 770 for a viewing of the Rebbe’s Lag B’omer parade. On Eastern Parkway, at the exact spot where the actual parade took place, schoolchildren from all over Crown Heights will join together to listen, answer questions, and win awesome prizes. A special raffle will be made on a coin minted for the 1990 Lag B’omer parade.