VISION: The Student Journal of Mesivta Ateres Yaakov
The College Board's National Commission on Writing surveyed 120 major American corporations, employing nearly 8 million people, and concluded that writing is the “threshold skill” for hiring and promotion among professional employees. The world is ever increasingly becoming more competitive and students need to be provided with every advantage possible.
Mesivta Ateres Yaakov prides itself on preparing its talmidim for the challenges of life, in both Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. With this in mind, last year, the Mesivta began compiling material from students for publication in a student creative writing journal. Many students contributed short stories for approval of submission in this journal either voluntarily or in
The Warmth of MAY on a Winter Day - Chinese Auction
On Motzai Shabbos, February 7th, Mesivta Ateres Yaakov hosted its annual Chinese Auction. The event featured an evening of delicious food from Ossie’s Fish, delightful entertainment and superb prizes!
The prizes packages ranged from $20 a ticket to $50 and included prizes for men, women and children. During the event, Sam Jacobs, the renowned mentalist, strolled through the crowd wowing attendees with his close-up tricks and illusions. Moshe Warsawsly provided enjoyable music while the patrons enjoyed a buffet from Ossie’s Fish.
Arista Honor Society Raises Over $1,200
In a recent chesed project undertaken by Mesivta Ateres Yaakov’s Arista Honor society, Arista President, Dani Feit, spearheaded a tremendous campaign in which much needed tzedakah was raised for a struggling family in Kiryat Sefer Modiin.
And The Winners Are...
New State-of-the-Art Science Lab
MAY believes in a top notch general studies education and in today's economy a key part of a successful education revolves around "STEM" - Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. MAY's honors level math and science curricula is already supplemented by the famous pre-engineering curriculum provided by CIJE - The Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education.