Alan Rosenbaum

Alan Rosenbaum

Alan Rosenbaum covers a wide variety of stories for the Jerusalem Post, ranging from the popular Veterans/New Arrivals column in the Friday Magazine, to feature particles, promotional pieces, and coverage of Jpost Conferences. Before embarking on his journalism career, Alan was vice president of the Davka Corporation for 30 years, which pioneered the development of Hebrew and Judaic software.. Alan holds a bachelors’ degree in political science from Northeastern Illinois University, a master’s degree in administration from Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, and received rabbinic ordination from the Hebrew Theological College in Skokie, Illinois. Born and raised in Chicago, he has lived in Israel since 1996.

World ORT – Adapting to changing times for 140 years


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In shadow of Coronavirus, 2,500 join NBN's “Virtual” Aliyah Event


Religious men take on male nursing

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Ronald Lauder’s employment center in the Negev


March of the Living postponed amid coronavirus spread


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Bank of Jerusalem CEO: how banking will change in the future


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Ruining the Dream - a troubling look at Israel's health care system


Many people around the world have never seen a bank branch yet manage their financial world simply


Panel debates ways to bring residents to the Negev

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Judaism unites East and West

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Countering college campus anti-Israel propaganda in film

MASA ISRAELI participants at the Khan Be’erot camping area at the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon).

Masa-Israel: The journey of a lifetime


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