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August 23, 1991 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-23

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BACK TO SCHOOL

ATTENTION 8TH 11TH GRADERS

THE COMMUNITYJEWISH HIGH SCHOOL

Grad School

Continued from preceding page

announces their Fall line up

SUNDAY MORNING AND TUESDAY AFTERNOON CLASSES

Hebrew
• Hebrew Programs for all levels
• Chug Ivri — User-friendly Hebrew for the beginning student
• NEW Interactive Computer/Video Lab available to all students

Tracks
• Creative Arts Track — "Make it and Take it: Creating Jewish Art"
• Performing Arts Track — "AACT Troupe" — (Audience and Actors Create
Together)
• Community Service Track — Getting Involved in the Jewish Community
sv,.\N• Political Action Track — Becoming active in American political life and the
Jewish Community

Over 40 courses to choose from including:
Classes
• "The Oral Law: Why Listen to the Rabbis"
• "Why Be Good: Ethics in the 90's"
• "From Dream to Reality: The History of Israel — 1885 to Present"
• "Yiddish"



*Other Programs
• Panim el Panim • March of the Living • Project Discovery
• plus much, much more .. .
REGISTRATION — August 26th and 27th — 4:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.
United Hebrew Schools Building, 21550 W. Twelve Mile Road,
Southfield, MI or call 352-7117 for additional information

*Scholarships for special programs are available to all students enrolled in
the Community Jewish High School

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OUR GIFT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

OUR GIFT TO YOUR KIDS

will be a

• Complete ORAL EXAM
• Necessary X-Rays,
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58

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1991

569-6304

this year.

Michigan echoes many
other graduate schools that
are not only seeking the best
and the brightest but the
most diverse as well. Last
year's Law School entering
class consisted of 47 percent
women, and 25 percent

students of color.

The Community Jewish High School is a division of the Agency for Jewish Education

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL

ing an MBA program is im-
portant.
"I tell students to get that
first job, even if it's not a high
level one, and talk to people in
your field of interest who are
experienced. Entering our
MBA program requires a lot
of resources: time, money
and commitment. Maturity
makes a difference, in the
classrooms and when recruit-
ers come to hire."
Few other graduate pro-
grams have experienced as
much fluctuations in popular-
ity as law schools. The reces-
sion has greatly impacted law
firms throughout the U.S.,
especially in the Northeast,
and recruiting visits dropped
one-third at many law schools
this past year.
"We try to tell our third-
year students that they may
not stay with a firm forever,"
says Susan Issacs Nisbett,
media spokeswoman for
University of Michigan..
"The market is contracting
but it is still a very good
market for Michigan stu-
dents," says Ms. Nisbett. Ob-
viously, 7,000 applicants saw
it that way too as they ap-
plied for Michigan's 350 spots

RABBI MAX WEINE
INSTITUTE FOR JUDAISM

An Opportunity to Learn the Basics about Judaism
(to assist in conversion to Judaism)
sponsored by
THE CONSERVATIVE RABBIS OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Fall Sessions Begin
Wednesday, September 4, 1991 7:15-9:15 p.m.
FOR INFORMATION: Call your Conservative Rabbi or 547-7970

"There's no one formula to
get into this law school. We
want real people, and we DO
read the application essays,"
Ms. Nisbett says. Recent
entering law school classes
have included former musi-
cians, chefs, university pro-
fessors and a concert pianist
who had trouble with her
hands.
Despite the push to get in-
to graduate schools, few col-
leges have upped their r=\
enrollments significantly,
mainly because belt-
tightening has forced them to
limit hiring more faculty.
Many are seriously strapped
to offer financial aid. Roy
Koenigsknecht, dean of the
graduate school of Ohio State
University, Columbus, Ohio,
notes that graduate ap-
plicants increased 10 percent
in 1991, to 20,000, but the
University can only assist

about 4,000.

.

Meanwhile, most college
admissions officers are think-
ing beyond the current re-
cession to the next set of
problems. Within the next
decade they are anticipating
a dip in enrollments that
parallels the dip in the num-
ber of new births in the

1970s. El

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