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Ari Koretzky

Executive Director

MEOR Maryland

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MEOR Maryland

2142 Sherman Ave

Evanston, Illinois 60201

United States

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Meet the Team ­ Maryland Jewish Experience

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Rabbi Ari Koretzky ("Rabbi K")

Executive Director
Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, "Rabbi K" made his way to College Park via short stops in Santa Barbara, California and Kingman, Arizona, and longer ones to Israel and Ner Israel Rabbinical College in his home town. In addition to rabbinical ordination, along the way he picked up a Bachelors and Masters in Talmudic Law, as well as a Masters in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Rabbi K brings his passion for Judaism, college students and NFL Football to bear on his Meor MD work as a teacher, administrator and all-around great guy. In summer 2006, Rabbi K moved with his wife Malka, and their four children - Meir, Rena, Shalom and Ahuva - to the neighboring community of Silver Spring, Maryland, where they look forward to welcoming College Park students for years to come.


At Maryland's Meor, a campus ...

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At Maryland's Meor, a campus group that emphasizes learning rather than cultural gatherings, Rabbi Ari Koretzky chides the lack of what he considers to be real Jewish learning taking place in many college Jewish organizations.

"A lot of other programs do social stuff," said Koretzky. "Our purpose is to connect students to Judaism."
He describes Meor as taking a different approach than Hillel.
"There are a lot of great groups doing a lot of great things," he said.
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"It's always difficult," said Koretzky of engaging students at Maryland. But after 11 years on campus, Meor has learned that hard work produces results.
Koretzky estimates that some 500 students are involved in Meor, and Shabbat dinners are often attended by more than 50 people. Shabbat dinners, he said, are some of the best ways to attract the interest of new students.
"Shabbat is a low-barrier entry point," said Koretzky.


Rabbi Ari Koretzky ("Rabbi ...

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Rabbi Ari Koretzky ("Rabbi K")

Executive Director
Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, "Rabbi K" made his way to College Park via short stops in Santa Barbara, California and Kingman, Arizona, and longer ones to Israel and Ner Israel Rabbinical College in his home town. In addition to rabbinical ordination, along the way he picked up a Bachelors and Masters in Talmudic Law, as well as a Masters in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Rabbi K brings his passion for Judaism, college students and NFL Football to bear on his MJX work as a teacher, administrator and all-around great guy. In summer 2006, Rabbi K moved with his wife Malka, and their four children - Meir, Rena, Shalom and Ahuva - to the neighboring community of Silver Spring, Maryland, where they look forward to welcoming College Park students for years to come.


Meet the Team ­ Maryland Jewish Experience

www.jterps.com [cached]

Rabbi Ari Koretzky ("Rabbi K")

Executive Director
Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, "Rabbi K" made his way to College Park via short stops in Santa Barbara, California and Kingman, Arizona, and longer ones to Israel and Ner Israel Rabbinical College in his home town. In addition to rabbinical ordination, along the way he picked up a Bachelors and Masters in Talmudic Law, as well as a Masters in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Rabbi K brings his passion for Judaism, college students and NFL Football to bear on his MJX work as a teacher, administrator and all-around great guy. In summer 2006, Rabbi K moved with his wife Malka, and their four children - Meir, Rena, Shalom and Ahuva - to the neighboring community of Silver Spring, Maryland, where they look forward to welcoming College Park students for years to come.


MEOR National | MEOR DC

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Rabbi Ari Koretzky info@meormd.org 301-403-8823 4607 Knox Road, College Park MD 20740

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Rabbi Ari Koretzky info@meormd.org 301-403-8823 4607 Knox Road, College Park MD 20740
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Rabbi Ari Koretzky info@meormd.org 301-403-8823 4607 Knox Road, College Park MD 20740
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Rabbi Ari Koretzky info@meormd.org 301-403-8823 4607 Knox Road, College Park MD 20740

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