Rabbi Samuel Waldman has had a diverse career in religious education. His beginnings started off with being indoctrinated with the teachings of Horav Hagoan Rabbi Avigdor Miller ZT"L's teachings. At 17 years old he started to listen to hundreds of Rabbi Miller's tapes and encouraged many others to do so as well. He also was close with the former Mashgiach of Mirrer Yeshiva, Horav Hagoan Rav Don Segal shlit"a.
He started off his married life learning in the Kollel of Mirrer Yeshiva. After 4 years in Mirrer Yeshiva Kollel he was invited to join the Kollel of The Yeshiva Mercaz HaTorah at Belle Harbor at that time run by Rabbi Levi Dicker zt"L and Rabbi Chaim Zelikovitz Shlit'a. The intention was to eventually bring him into the position of Mashgaich of the High School, but after 2 years in it he indeed became one!
Rabbi Waldman was a great teacher at Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe and has left an impact on many students over the period he has been teaching there. For 11 years he has taught at 4th and 7th grade for 11 years. Additionally, Rabbi Waldman taught for several years at Camp Torah Vodaas (now known as Camp Dora Golding).
He has also embarked on a major writing project that is just about finished. He is creating a very lengthy and comprehensive Sefer, all about the extremely important subject of Proper Prayer. This discusses all the reasons why Orthodox Jews spend so much time in prayer every day. It explains what we are supposed to accomplish by spending so much time in prayer. Ideas that most Jews are unaware of.
Rabbi Samuel Waldman has decided to leave teaching and start a successful business career. He is currently a part-time rabbi, making his living from selling specialty herbal supplements for bladder control and mental/cognitive health products. He also plans on releasing a Mental and Cognitive strengthening supplement soon which will be of high quality aloe Vera.
New York, NY, USA https://samuel-waldman.com/
October 2010 - Present
Rabbi Waldman also taught 4th and then 7th grade for 11 years at the Elementary school, Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe in Queens, NY.
1987 - 1990
1984 - 1986
1980 - 1984