Mayanot Launches New Website To Celebrate New Chapter



Mayanot is thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new website.
The redesigned and updated website features interactive content, resources, and an overall enhanced user experience for students looking to learn about their Jewish identities and connect to their heritage.
The new Mayanot.edu displays multiple program offerings, campus pages for men and women, opportunities to ‘catch a class’, resources for students and supporters, and much more. A welcoming and easy to navigate site to match what Mayanot practices in Yeshiva, an accessible approach to learning Torah.
Mayanot caters to university students looking to enhance their Jewish knowledge and build independent learning skills. Specializing in teaching students to learn how to learn, their ground-breaking Talmud program is world class and has assisted countless students in mastering classic Jewish textual skills and developing a love for Torah study.
With natural usability and information accessibility, Mayanot hopes to attract even more students from around the globe, eager to learn, experience, and discover their Jewish heritage, connect with the Land of Israel, and with the Jewish People.

The new website launch represents a new chapter in Mayanot’s growing future. With the renovations of their new World Center commencing, the new site is the face of Mayanot’s multi-divisional organization. The website highlights their Men’s and Women’s campuses, the Mayanot shul, the Birthright Israel: Mayanot division, and the new World Center page.

The new website is also fully responsive and ready for all shapes and sizes of smart-phones and tablets. The project was undertaken by Susie Muller, Mayanot’s Creative Director and 2009 Women’s program alumni. Mayanot would like to thank Ira Ginsberg Studio for the exquisite graphic design and Quatro for building the amazing interactive site. 

The goal, like the word ‘Mayanot’, which starts with an ‘M’ and ends with a ‘T’, was to create a bridge between ‘Modernity’ and ‘Tradition’. The website project accomplishes this by helping students connect to our Peoples proud heritage through contemporary cutting edge design.
Make sure to check it out, Mayanot invites you to take a look around and share with your students: www.Mayanot.edu
For any comments or feedback, please email: [email protected]

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