YUConnects will hold a community symposium titled “When Children Date: The Complex Role of Parents,” at Congregation Beth Sholom on sunday, May 19 at 9:30 a.m. Panelists include Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz, Rebbetzin Elisheva Kaminetsky, and Mindy Eisenman who will discuss:
- How financially secure does a young couple need to be before marriage?
- Should a parent be proactive in finding dates for a child?
- What if a relationship doesn’t progress after six months? Should we push?
- Are there any red flags to warn our children about?
- I want to meet my son’s girlfriend. When is appropriate?
A breakfast buffet will be served and there will be an opportunity for parents to meet some top matchmakers and network afterwards. Attendees can learn about a brand-new YUConnects initiative for the greater Long Island area. A promotional code for a one-month trial will be available. While this is not a singles event, funds raised will promote future programming.
Celebrating 358 engagements, YUConnects serves as a one-stop dating resource for Orthodox singles. YUConnects’ friendly office is housed at Yeshiva University’s Center for Jewish Future; it is open to the entire Jewish community and is self-funded. The program is internationally known for its unique social events, educational forums, personalized guidance, and targeted match suggestions.
RSVPs are appreciated for the benefit symposium at YUConnects.com or by emailing email@example.com. For more information about this event, call Marjorie Glatt at 516-603-8141.