2016 Jewish Educator Awards

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27th Awards Luncheon Jewish Educator Award recipient Rabbi Chaim Trainer, the fourth-grade Judaic studies teacher at Yeshiva Rav Isacsohn in Los Angeles, tells guests that friends raised their eyebrows when he decided to leave adult education to work with young students

27th Awards Luncheon

Los Angeles, California
December 14, 2016

Jewish Educator Award recipient Rabbi Chaim Trainer, the fourth-grade Judaic studies teacher at Yeshiva Rav Isacsohn in Los Angeles, tells guests that friends raised their eyebrows when he decided to leave adult education to work with young students -- a decision he has never regretted. Jewish education, he says, enables a child to live “an uplifted life of pride, connection, meaning, purpose, happiness, peace of mind, and a close relationship with G-d. … I have the best job in the world.”

In this series: Fruma Ita Schapiro ('16)    Ilana Ribak ('16)    Rabbi Chaim Trainer ('16)    Tammy Shpall ('16)   



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