job fair

From left, Miriam Gisser, Victoria Ilin, Yaacov Mayeroff, Rick Barnett, Maxx Blank, Rabbi Avi Goldstein and Rabbi David Claman.

Representatives from Ahavas Sholom Congregation, Beth Jacob Congregation, Congregation Torat Emet/Main Street Shul, the Columbus Mikvah and Columbus Torah Academy attended the Orthodox Union’s Seventh International Jewish Community Home & Job Relocation Fair Nov. 24, in Manhattan, N.Y. These Central Ohio organizations joined 62 other communities from the U.S. and Israel at the event. The relocation fair is aimed at families and individuals interested in relocating to these communities.

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