Keith Mann’s Dynamic Search Partners Announces Its Partnership with Uncommon Schools in New York City

Dynamics Search Partners, a firm that specializes in hedge funds and alternative investments, has announced its partnership with Uncommon Schools in New York City. The goal of the partnership is to provide a platform for Dynamics Search Partners to offer student-mentoring programs that teach practical skills to enable students achieve college and career success. The company intends to undertake multiple projects with Uncommon Schools, including resume review workshops.

Earlier, Keith Mann, the founder of Dynamics Search Partners alongside his executive team of recruiters met with Crown Heights Charter High School’s senior class for resume building learning. The Dynamics team also held two resume buildings workshops where they personally interacted with students to advise, review and help them to edit their resumes. In addition, Dynamics donated $10,000 to Uncommon Charter High School. The high school was established in 2009.

After interacting with students, Keith Mann said that they enjoyed working with the seniors and were pleased to see how motivated students were to join college. He further explained that students were eager to know how well they could position themselves for college and future careers. Keith Mann also noted that the school visit marked the beginning of an important partnership with Uncommon Schools and their students. He praised the innovation and commitment of Uncommon Schools to academic excellence and looked forward to working with them presently and in the future.

Carolynn Laurenza, Uncommon High School college counselor, expressed her excitement of having the Dynamics Search Partners team around. She pointed out that students were exceedingly happy to attend the workshops and equally thrilled at the fact they could email DSP their revised resumes throughout the year for feedback.

About Keith Mann

As the managing director, Keith Mann has successfully led Dynamics Search Partners to higher levels. The company mainly provides alternative staffing solutions and executive search investments for major equity firms. The company has served over 2,000 clients since its inception in 2001. Over the years, Keith has continued to expand the company’s services. Keith Mann’s career began at Alternative Investments Division of Dynamic Associates as the manager. He successfully rose through the ranks to become the vice president of the company.

 

The Kabbalah Centre Provides New Understanding of Ancient Teachings

Kabbalah means “receiving” or “tradition” in Hebrew. It is a discipline and school of thought that originated from Judaism. The characterization can be different depending on the tradition and aims of those following it. Kabbalah Centre is a set of obscure teachings used to define the relationships between an invariable, endless and mysterious EinSof (infinity) and the worldly, predetermined universe (God’s creation).

While it is not a religious denomination all by itself, it is typically used by some other denominations. Kabbalah’s purpose is to define the nature of all creation and the person, the nature and principle of reality and other ontological questions. It provides approaches to aid in the understanding of these concepts to achieve spiritual consciousness.

It originated from within the realm of the Jewish tradition and practicing Kabbalists typically use Jewish foundations to explain its mysterious wisdoms. The teachings are held by Judaism followers to help define the inner meaning of the Hebrew Bible and Rabbinic writings, and to define the importance of Jewish observances.

Kabbalah emerged in the 12th to 13th centuries, in Southern France and Spain. It became reinterpreted in the Jewish mystical renaissance of 16th century. It was popularized as Hasidic Judaism from the 18th century on upward. The 20th century brought must interest in Kabbalah, inspiring cross-denominational Jewish renewal and backing a wider contemporary spirituality, even in non-Jewish people.

The Kabbalah Centre, in Los Angeles, is a non-profit organization that provides courses on Kabbalistic teachings, both online and through its city-based locations. It was developed by Philip Berg and his wife, Karen. The Centre has a multi-ethnic, international staff of teachers that offer guidance to a global community.

Some have seen The Kabbalah Centre as a distortion of the ancient and mystic traditions, as traditional Kabbalah is thought to be so complex that it can only be taught to devout students older than 40.

The Centre was founded in 1965 and the Los Angeles location was opened in 1984. This organization has over 50 branches worldwide, including large ones in New York City, London and Toronto. The Kabbalah Centre’s method of teaching is starting students with Kabbalah teachings that do not make prior knowledge of Hebrew or Jewish texts necessary.