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July 13, 2010

After reaching 780 cities JNet takes on social media

by merkosnews

Become a fan!

After almost five years of operation and over 3500 members you probably have heard about JNet by now. With members in over 780 cities worldwide JNet has decided to take Chavrusa learning to social media. With the launch of their new facebook page JNet hopes to reach even more people with the opportunity to learn one on one over the phone with a chavrusa.

“It was inspiring to me how much my chavrusa wanted to learn and got me to look forward to preparing something on the parsha every week.” says Shternie J.

At only half an hour a week for a three month study term JNet makes doing shlichus easy and it adds up quickly. “We have over 25,000 sessions a year now” Says program coordinator Rabbi Yehuda Dukes.

“JNet is always looking to expand. We want people to be able to learn Torah no matter where they are or what their schedule is like.”

To help get the word out about the facebook page JNet is having a raffle for anyone who “like”s JNet.org by July 15th.

“The effect our volunteers are having on people is amazing.” Says Rabbi Dukes. Here is an email we just got.

“I am extremely pleased with Rabbi Yehuda A. as a teacher. I am a more Torah conscious Jewish man and feel I am progressing not only in my learning as a Jew, but also in my concern for being religious.” Dr. Charles R. Fripp Island, NC.

You can help get the word out by “liking” JNet.org and sharing it with your friends. To volunteer or donate go to our website www.jnet.org

JNet is a division of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch and was established with a generous grant from the Rohr Foundation.

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