Breakfast for Yeshivah – Beth Rivkah Colleges

November 20, 2018 by Lisa Frenkel
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Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah Colleges and Parents’ Association welcomed over 200 guests to The River Room at Crown Casino for a corporate breakfast event.

Attendees enjoyed a morning of mingling mixed with illuminating and informative addresses with Israel’s ambassador to Australia  Mark Sofer in attendance as keynote speaker.

Dr Miriam Munz welcomed the corporate guests, Rabbonim, dignitaries and politicians in attendance and was followed by recitation of Tehillim by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman and Chaim Kingsley.

An address from Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler (Principal of Yeshivah-Beth Rivkah Colleges) examined the benefits and challenges of technology in today’s age, highlighting that “at YBR we recognise technology as an integral tool and we educate our students to become the techno-ethical leaders of tomorrow”.

Speaking on the topic “Education and Technology in Israel”, it was a privilege to have ambassador Mark Sofer, Ambassador of Israel discuss the impact that Israeli technologies have had on the world and what we have achieved, and continue to achieve, despite our comparatively small population numbers on the world stage. He delved into the question of how Israel has developed into the technological hub that it is today.

YBR thanked all the generous supporters, attendees and sponsors of the event who helpYeshivah-Beth Rivkah continue to provide a quality Jewish education to a broad cross-section of the Melbourne Jewish Community.

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