I spent a good portion of my summer working here at Hallah Edutainment. The pay is good, but more importantly, the work experience is quite valuable, something money can’t buy.  I can now confidently state my occupation as a student journalist, I know how to conduct interviews, and I know how to schedule meetings and approach people to ask for interviews. I don’t yet know where the future will take me, only that I am finite—but I am at peace and I don’t care right now that one day this life will be over.  I feel I have made good use of it so far. By seeing new things, learning new things, I—like all humans—complete my existence.  This program has enabled me to do so, and for that I am grateful. In conclusion, I’m definitely a different person than I was when I began this job—I gained self-confidence and a better ability to ‘read’ people.  Again, I am grateful.

“I am needed elsewhere…Remember what I have taught you.”

    -The Chaplain, Dawn of War


    —Ben Weingart, 2015


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Words can not express my gratitude to Hashim A'llah and everyone from Hallah Edutainment and the crew from Harvey Gamage. My "sun", Melek Ben-Yehudah was given an awesome opportunity to visit Maine this summer. During his two week stay he learned how to work dj equipment. In addition to being a dj he learned about fishing and sailing. Melek sailed the Harvey Gamage for five days and slept on the boat as a crew member for three days. During his time on the boat he learned how to navigate, cook, clean, and most importantly conquer his fears. This experiences also gave him an opportunity to build great friendships. This was truly a life changing event for both of us. I had to learn my "sun" was no longer a little boy but a young man.I'm thankful to the creator for giving my "sun" this wonderful opportunity!

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