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He is on the Judaic studies faculty of the Stern College for Women at Yeshiva University and is also the Assistant Director of Admissions.
Hajioff served as the official rabbi for Birthright Israel in Manhattan, New York.
But, it was also probably awkward the first time a woman raised her hand in a Harvard Law School class back in 1950 or the first time a woman was seen in a police uniform. Watson’s suggestion was that it’s time we own the awkwardness instead of having it own us.Some of the YUConnects upcoming events include a trip to Washington DC in conjunction with NORPAC in May, a program geared for the Sephardic community at the Safra shul on May 17, and a local “Dine N Meet” Shabbos with the Young Israel of Woodmere on June 12.Let’s talk about dating as it is practiced in some segments of our community, most notably among the Orthodox. Do The Dating Rules allow her to message him “Hey, really nice meeting you, want to grab drinks this week? In the close to two decades I spent working at Yeshiva University, and in my current practice as a Life Coach, I meet many young women and men who are bothered by The Dating Rules. But does our Ad Gal really want to date a guy who was so turned off by her making the first move? Social norms do not just change because it makes sense for them to.Hajioff is also the author of two books: Jew Got Questions? : A Guide to Dating, Relationships, Love and Marriage (2016). After graduating with honors in political science from University of Manchester, he worked for MTV in news production and won a national competition to become "Jewish Stand-Up Comedian of the Year." After deciding to pursue a career as a rabbi, Hajioff studied in Israel and then Monsey, New York, where he received his rabbinical smicha ordination from Yeshiva Ohr Somayach.In the late 1990s, Hajioff began working in New York City as a counselor for Jewish Alcoholics, Chemical Dependents and Significant Others (JACS), a program to help Jewish drug addicts.
The YUConnects benefit breakfast, hosted by Malky and Jay Spector in their Lawrence home, was an unqualified success.