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  • January 2017
    Yesterday, over 100 JDC-Israel managers and executives gathered at the CDI (Center for Digital Innovation) in Be'er Sheva for a day of learning and discussion about the the future world of owork and technology in the social sector. Beyond the fascinating lectures on the future workforce and how technology can narrow the social caps for marginalize populations, the attendees hear about the work of the the CDI as an incubator for...
  • January 2017
    Last Thursday, dozens of employers gathered in Kfar Saba for a conference on employment of older adults put on by the Emtza Haderech ("Halfway") program. The conference dealth with the main issuses involved in employing older adults, and presented the JDC-Israel Emtza Haderech program in partnership with the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Labor and Welfare, and the Ministry of Social Equality. For program website, click HERE...
  • January 2017
    This week, the second training course for Rabbis and staff of alternative yeshivot was held in Jerusalem as a part of the JDC Israel-TEVET Hanoch program. 20 Rabbis and yeshiva staff participated in the course from different factions of the Haredi community. The participants are leaders in the advancement of young people in their respective communities. The course is part of the larger Hanoch program plan to deepen partnerships with...
  • December 2016
    Yesterday at the conference held at the ZOA building, the Maavarim program model was introduced. Additionally, a panel discussion was held on the topic of the labor market. It was an emotional event as JDC-TEVET handed over the Maavarim program after years of development, now in stages of implementation.    
  • July 2016
    Today, professionals came from about 30 different companies to take part in JDC-TEVET's Employers Relations Forum, a day of learning about the value of diversity in employment.  This forum meets six times per year throughout Israel. 
  • July 2016
    "Goals set for the employment of ultra-Orthodox women were achieved five years ahead of schedule, according to data presented to the Knesset Labor, Welfare and Health Committee on Wednesday. According to the Economy Ministry figures, the percentage of Haredi working women rose to 73.1% in 2015, from 61.5% in 2010. The target was for an employment rate of 63% by 2020. The overall employment goal for all Israelis between 25 and 64 years...