Celebrated Brooklyn Organization Begins Vocational Program for Chareidi Community

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B’Derech, the Brooklyn based organization founded by Chareidi attorney Ruchie Freier to aid the large number of children who are not reaching their full potential in the current yeshiva system, held its first ever orientation and registration meeting, this past Thursday night, for its newly created GED (general equivalency diploma)/ vocational program, geared to the 18+ year old age bracket, at the Bramsort ORT, brand new hi-tech campus on Bay Parkway.

Classes begin tomorrow night at the same location and will be run in conjunction with Bramson ORT, providing participants with the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma as they continue on to either an Associates Degree (60 credits) or a full Bachelor’s College Degree (120 credits).

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