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  • February 2018
    JDC-TEVET commissioned a review of professional literature from the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute to help plan programs and prepare for the transformation of the world of work. The document reviewed the major dimensions of change, based on reports by leading Israeli and international organizations, position papers, academic articles and products of learning processes that JDC-TEVET initiated or in which it participated. The world is...
  • February 2018
    On February 12, 2018 JDC-Tevet welcomed 9 board members and their families from across the world to Tel Aviv for a day of visits and lectures regarding JDC-Tevet's role in the changing world of work. The JDC-Tevet Advisory Committee Day began with a visit to the Interdisciplinary Center in Herziliya where the board members and JDC-Tevet staff engaged in lectures and discussions with two distinguished professors. Professor Zvi...
  • January 2018
    Ghazallah Hir Atalla, 27, is married, has one child and lives in the Galilee Druze village of Yarka. She joined Starter after graduating with a certificate as a practical industry and management engineer and being unable to find work due to lack of experience. Despairingly unable to find a job in her field of study, she decided to change direction and acquire a degree in education that would ensure her work as a teacher. However, at...
  • May 2017
    On May 4th, we celebrated the opening of the 22nd Riyan Employment center with Uri Ariel, the Minister of Agriculture, and Haim Katz, Minister of Welfare and Social Services. The center serves the residents of Al-Kason Regional Council, a council of Bedouin villages in the Negev home to 40,000 residents, and joints 21 other Riyan centers serving the Arab community throughout the country. 
  • March 2017
    Accelerated technological development is already changing the face of the employment world, and is expected to eliminate some of today's most common professions. The Ruppin Academic Center, in cooperation with JDC-Israel, held a unique seminar aimed at presenting the challenges and implications for future employment, emphasized the role of social work and vulnerable populations.  
  • January 2017
    This morning (30/01/17), a day of learning was held for the promotion of employment of people with disabilities. The session was attended by 90 job placement coordinators from across the country and various other agencies.