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From there I joined Lander College for Men where I’m currently learning and getting a degree in computer science.One of my close friends, who I met on Gesher, introduced me to my amazing wife.
They truly made me feel like my life and growth mattered to them.
Being a part of Gesher gave me two keys that were crucial to helping me learn and grow in my avodas Hashem.
First, Gesher is incorporated into Yeshivas Aish Hatorah, which means that Gesher talmidim get the opportunity to hear philosophical and scientific classes and seminars that help strengthen emunah and deal with the questions we've always been too afraid to ask.
In addition, I'm in touch with my Gesher rebbeim on a regular basis.
The time I spent at Gesher was extremely transformative and impactful.
If I ever have a question, whether it be halachic or for general guidance in life, the Rebbeim are always there for me.
Whenever I visit Israel I always make sure to stop by Aish to see old friends and the Rebbeim.I maintain a close relationship with my eim bayis Mrs. The friendships that I forged at Gesher are growing stronger each year. And I thank G-d every day I ended up there for a year.Words fail to do justice to explain the amount I owe to Gesher. After I left Gesher I went to college in London and towards the end, with the inspiration and commitment to the Jewish Poeple impressed within me in Gesher, decided it was time for Jewish outreach to blast into the social media world.I currently study Computer Science at University College London (UCL) during the day and do my best to engage in either Torah learning or teaching in my spare time. Gesher also gave me the leadership skills and drive to be involved with the Jewish student Society at UCL, helping and assisting Jews from all walks of life. I try to learn with my Rabbi (Rabbi Hershman) every week over Skype and he’s always there to lend a listening ear or share a good piece of advice. I regularly message my friends from around the world and we keep in touch, always on the lookout for the next reunion. I made lifelong connections with rebbeim and friends that I know will be there for me through everything.I developed a much deeper appreciation for and experienced enjoyment in Judaism as a whole.These connections continue to enhance my Jewish life – day in, day out, to this day.