The cost for this individual program is $75 per hour or $225 for an entire morning.
The cost for bringing along a child to learn with you and your teacher is $5 per hour.
The cost for bringing along a child to learn with a different teacher is $65 per hour or $180 for an entire morning.
I attended the Executive Learning Program in May 2017 for a two week immersive learning experience. I had the most wonderful and meaningful experience at Shapell's and I would highly recommend it to anyone considering going. Firstly, Rabbi Wolff and the team are highly knowledgeable and inspirational. Rabbi Wolff created a customized learning program which allowed me to gain a fantastic experience of Yeshiva life having no previous Gemara training whilst developing my skills for the future. The atmosphere at the Yeshiva is very warm and I was made to feel welcome and included by the fellow students who kindly invited me along to lunch or any other events going on. I can't wait for my next visit!
-Ben Shamash, London
I had an excellent experience learning in the Executive Learning Program with Rabbi Wolff. I was in Jerusalem for only a couple of weeks with my family, and I wanted to spend some mornings learning in a yeshiva. I was very pleased to learn about the program because it offered an opportunity to set up a flexible learning schedule for my short visit. In the few days I had learning with Rabbi Wolff, he introduced basic Gemara principals to me in a concise and understandable fashion, went through some Gemarot and Chumash, and, most importantly, gave me a clearer vision of the type of teacher with whom I would like to further develop my learning. I would certainly recommend the Executive Learning Program to others who are in Jerusalem for a short period and want to incorporate meaningful learning into their time there.
-Federico Saal, Brooklyn
Rabbi Binyamin Wolff
Rabbi Binyamin Wolff is the director of the Executive Learning Program. Rabbi Wolff comes to Shapell’s with a great deal of experience teaching Torah to well educated professionals. He teaches a very popular Daf Yomi class in the Rechavia neighborhood, where he has also spearheaded and directed community learning organizations for well over a decade. He has taught extensively at the Orthodox Union’s Israel Center, and continues to serve on the faculty of Yeshiva Aish HaTorah. He holds rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University and is an alumnus of both Yeshivat Mir and Yeshivat Kerem b’Yavneh.