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Nearly twenty years ago, at the annual Kinus HaShluchim in New York, the Rebbe called for the establishment of The Shluchim Office, as expressed in his founding statement: "An office with a telephone should be opened where people can call to arrange a guest speaker...."
If there was ever a question about the propriety of using modern technology and communications for the purpose of holiness, the trail blazed by the Rebbe has provided an unequivocal answer. Over the past decades, the name Chabad-Lubavitch has become synonymous with the efficient diffusion of vibrant, living Judaism through the outstanding efforts of young couples and student shluchim around the world.
By means of all the convenciences available in today's digital age, The Shluchim Office strives to comprehensively meet the needs of Shluchim, Shluchos and their children. Emphasis is placed on programming, outreach, community-building, Torah study and personal well-being, and in meeting the need for quality lecturers and guest speakers.
Under the leadership of his successor, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitch publishing houses have brought Torah education to nearly every Jewish community in the world, and is the world's largest publisher of Jewish literature.
Throughout the Chabad movement's long history, beginning with its White Russian roots, a collection of books and manuscripts was at the center of the movement, in the Rebbe's house
Everything in this world was created for a divine purpose. All forms of modern technology can and should be harnessed to make the world a better place and, in the case of Jews, to spread Judaism in the widest possible manner
The Merkos Chinuch - Education Office is a cohesive center for administrators, educators, students and parents of Chabad-Lubavitch educational institutions
In 1975, National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education, founded by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, may his merit protect us, began disseminating information and resources globally
More than 100 Chabad Jewish Student Centers operate on campuses worldwide, and regional Chabad-Lubavitch centers offer varied activities at an additional 150 universities worldwide
The mission of the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is to inspire Jewish learning worldwide and to transform Jewish life and the greater community through Torah study.
Jnet provides business people, students and homemakers the opportunity to take some time out of their busy work week - whether at the office at home or even on the go - to study Torah...
Jewish Educational Media has evolved into the multimedia archive responsible for maintaining a lifetime of images and sounds of the Rebbe, the Lubavitch movement, and Jewish outreach.
Over 1,500 Shluchim have joined the Exchange, from across the globe! Now they have instant advice to all their Shlichus needs. Be it a grant proposal, logo or a camp newsletter, Now it's just a click away!