Monday, September 11, 2006

Philanthropist Mouli Cohen Supports the Publishing and Distribution of Letters of the Rebbe as a Global Education Initiative for Rabbinic Schools

Philanthropist Mouli Cohen Supports the Publishing and Distribution of Letters of the Rebbe as a Global Education Initiative for Rabbinic Schools

Mouli Cohen, working hand in hand with Rabbi Moshe Shilat from Israel has helped fund the creation of an important volume of letters written by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Shnhhrson and its distribution to thousands of Yeshiva students in Israel.

Israel (PRWEB) August 27, 2009

Mouli Cohen (http://www. moulicohen. com), working hand in hand with Rabbi Moshe Shilat from Israel has helped distribute an important volume of letters written by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Shnhhrson to thousands of Yeshiva students in Israel.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Shnhhrson (1902-1994) was one of the most influential Jewish religious leaders in Modern times. During his life, in addition to his many public talks and books he published, he also wrote thousands of letters.

So far, 29 volumes of his letters were published by Kehos, containing more than 15,000 letters. Many more letters have yet to be published. The Rebbe's perspective on life is reflected in those letters and many people who seek advice turn to these books for help. Yet with the volume of letters, it is often difficult to know how to approach this important work.

Last spring, a group of distinguished scholars decided to publish one volume containing some of the most compelling letters, creating a book that would help spread the message of the Rebbe's teachings far and wide. The group of scholars toiled to read all the letters and select the most appropriate for inclusion in this special edition. To commemorate the Rebbe, it was decided that the book would be given as a gift to thousands of Yeshiva students around Israel, on the very day of the anniversary of the Rebbe's passing, The Third of Tammuz.

A team of 40 volunteers traveled Israel to make sure that in on this important day they would hand distribute every last copy of the newly published book. Rabbi Moshe Shilat from Israel was seeking a donor who would understand the significance of the project and provide the necessary support. The idea was presented to Jewish visionary and philanthropist Mouli Cohen. He immediately recognized the unique opportunity to make a difference and supported the publication and distribution of the book.

"When ten thousand books were distributed in Rabbinic schools around Israel, I was filled with immense joy to have had a chance to touch so many passionate students and future Jewish leaders. It was a great blessing for me and it honored the memory of my late, great father Mr. Mordechai Cohen," said Mouli Cohen.

This July marked the 2 year anniversary of the distribution of the first volume and its incredible effects on the Jewish community is still being felt today.

About Mouli Cohen
Mr. Cohen is a entrepreneur and investor who has developed successful ventures in the biotech, hi-tech, digital media and entertainment sectors. Over the years he has balanced his success in business with extensive philanthropic activities supporting children's charities, food programs, the arts, medical research, Jewish causes, and education projects both in the US and abroad. He is married to author Stacy Cohen (http://www. stacycohen. com).

Follow him on the Mouli Cohen Twitter (http://www. twitter. com/moulicohen) account, learn more about his career at Mouli Cohen LinkedIn (http://www. linkedin. com/in/moulicohen), view a video of Mouli Cohen's thoughts on art and business (http://www. vimeo. com/5911280) and subscribe to the Mouli Cohen educational documents on Scribd (http://www. scribd. com/doc/17506184/Mouli-Cohen-outlines-10-moments-that-flattened-the-world).

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Informal Classes Teaches How to Travel for Free

Informal Classes Teaches How to Travel for Free

The University of Texas Informal Class program brings two great classes, Cruise for Free and Free Vacations, designed to reveal the inside information on how to vacation for free.

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 23, 2006

The University of Texas Informal Class program brings two great classes, Cruise for Free and Free Vacations, designed to reveal the inside information on how to vacation for free.

On January 28, 2006, U. T. Informal Classes presents Cruise for Free (course #6608.601) where author and speaker Daniel Hall of speakerscruisefree. com teaches how anyone can cruise for free as an onboard speaker or arts and crafts leader. Commenting about the class, Daniel Hall emphasizes, “We’re all experts in something. The trick is identifying which of your interests, hobbies, or passions would make good onboard lectures and then packaging them so that cruise lines will approve you to cruise. That’s what this U. T. class is all about. Anyone can do it.”

Then on February 18 U. T. Informal Classes brings in free vacation guru, author, and Austin resident, Gina Henry-Cook to teach her nationally popular class, Free Vacations – How to Travel the World Free (course # 6610.601). Ms. Henry-Cook, president of goglobalinc. com, delivers the little-known strategies and opportunities for free travel such as receiving frequent flyer miles for every $1 you spend on anything (daily expenses, rent, utilities, groceries, etc), becoming a travel Mystery Shopper, flying cheaply as an Air Courier, teaching conversational English abroad, serving as a volunteer or tour guide in exchange for free travel, importing, writing articles, and much more. “Everyone can go on vacation for free and you can take as many vacations as you want. I’ll show you over 40 different ways to make all your travel free! My husband and I go on free vacations at least three months every year,” Ms. Henry-Cook explains. She also offers her class, Teach English Overseas, on February 18 (course #6616.601).

Classes are open to the public for a small fee but class-size is limited. Register at (512) 232-5277 or on-line at www. informalclasses. org.

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Actyl Connects International Students with Saskatchewan Employers

Actyl Connects International Students with Saskatchewan Employers

Actyl (www. actyl. com) is successfully assisting international students who graduated from Canadian Colleges and Universities connect with Saskatchewan companies who require educated and experienced employees.

(PRWEB) September 21, 2010

“This new process is one of the most exciting opportunities for international students wishing to stay in Canada,” said Adrian Schulz, Managing Director with Actyl. “In addition it brings Canadian educated, diversely skilled talent to Saskatchewan companies.”

Actyl Group (www. actyl. com) travels to Canadian Colleges and Universities to showcase the opportunities that exist with Saskatchewan companies. International students then visit Saskatchewan to attend a 1 week supported job search. Most of the students find jobs within 2-3 days, at which point Actyl assists them to become Permanent Residents through the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee program. It’s completely hassle-free to the employer and enables them to recruit and retain committed and hardworking top-notch international talent.

To find out about one of Actyl's successful clients visit http://www. leaderpost. com/business/Toronto+flies+Regina+submit+application/3535635/story. html (http://www. leaderpost. com/business/Toronto+flies+Regina+submit+application/3535635/story. html).

To find out more about Actyl Group Inc. visit www. actyl. com.

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