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Machon Ma’ayan has moved this year to the Givat Washington Educational Campus. The beautiful, multi-facility campus with lush landscaping, showcases spacious dorms, a dining hall, a stunning Beit Midrash and classroom building, a Beit Knesset (with 3 daily minyanim), lecture halls, a library, computer rooms, a performing arts studio, a dance studio, and a music room.The athletic facilities include: a swimming pool with a sauna and Jacuzzi, a workout gym, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, soccer fields, tennis courts, and an impressive track and field.

 

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Machon Ma’ayan shares this very impressive campus with other Israeli educational programs giving our students the opportunity to interact with young Israeli women in the comfort of an English-speakers’ program. Students can also choose to learn ”b'chavruta” with their Israeli peers, and interact with Israeli families who live in Givat Washington.

 

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Our caring Eim and Av Bayit, who live on campus, are available to our students around the clock. In addition, the Madrichot staff live among our students in the dorms.

 

Givat Washington is a gated community with 24 hour security and surveillance. It is located in the tranquil Shfela Region and is approximately 30 minutes away from Tel Aviv, Beit Shemesh, Modi’in and 45 minutes from Jerusalem.

 

 

 

 

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Machon Ma’ayan's new campus features a beautiful and spacious Beit Midrash where every student has access to an extensive library of sefarim and time and space to use for chavruta learning. Our new Beit Midrash has become a hub for intensive Torah learning long after the official hours of the seminary day have come to an end. Machon Ma'ayan's faculty (including Rebbeim from nearby Kerem B'Yavneh), can be found staffing and teaching in the Beit Midrash during students' free time. Many young women are soaring spiritually as they learn into the late hours of the night. 

 

In the Beit Midrash, we encourage our students to learn "Torah Lishmah", namely, those topics and sefarim that they find interesting and appealing. In addition, classes that require chavruta preparation begin in the Beit Midrash, after which, their lectures are given in the classrooms building. Thursday night Mishmar is also a popular night of learning in the Beit Midrash which is always accompanied by tasty treats. After all, Machon Ma’ayan engages the mind, body and soul!!!

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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