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Don Cohen, a Rambam Mesivtah graduate, said he chose LCM because he wanted a program that excels in both sides of a dual curriculum. “I wanted a program that would give me a strong secular education along with a serious beis meidrash program,” explained Cohen who spent two years after high school in Israel at Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh. “I also wanted a small program where I could get a lot of attention.”
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Daniel Wealcatch said that he was attracted to LCM because of the balance. “I liked how the school offers us both secular courses and Hebrew studies and the faculty supports us through both,” he said.
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As devout as he is smart, David Manheim knew he was in the right place when he arrived from Israel to study at The Lander College for Men.  A longtime yeshiva student, he was grateful for the school’s dual mission of challenging academics coupled with a commitment to Torah learning. “There was a tremendously positive environment among the students and a flexibility among the faculty,” says Manheim, who graduated in 2008 with a Mathematics degree. 
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Students at Lander College for Men (LCM) began their college career by learning how to balance fulfilling limudei kodesh classes with rigorous academics. Speakers during the orientation spoke both about the chiyuv of Talmud Torah and the need to plan for a successful career. Students said they chose LCM for the ability to pursue a college education in a warm yeshiva environment.
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LCM student Lee Schwartz, a native of Savannah, Georgia, spent his summer as an intern at EisnerAmper, one of the top twenty largest accounting firms in the country.
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Lander College for Men student Ryan Libesman spent his summer in Baltimore as an intern at Ernst & Young, one of the top accounting firms in the country.
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Bita Goldman, general counsel and corporate vice president of Quantum Networks, one of Amazon’s leading e-commerce retailers, knows what trait she likes in Touro graduates: tenacity.
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“Ever since I was a kid I was the family IT guy,” Gavriel Forman explained. Forman, a graduate of TABC who spent two years at Yeshivat Reishit, is looking forward to computer classes at LCM. “I don’t know coding yet, so I’m looking forward to learning some languages.” Forman also said he is thinking about a career in chinuch, Jewish education, and he might combine his two interests.
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On Monday afternoon, under the skilled care of Michael Davidson’s spatula and tongs, Lander students enjoyed a welcome back barbecue before heading off to class. A lot of meat was consumed, frisbees and baseballs flew as a few games got under way, and the new post-pesach guys mingled and met the returning students as everyone got into the rhythm of the Lander campus.