Teva was founded in 1994 with the philosophy of immersing participants in the natural world and providing structured activities to sensitize participants to nature’s rhythms, help them develop a more meaningful relationship with nature, and deepen their own connection to Jewish practices and traditions. This process also facilitates personal growth, community building, and a genuine commitment to Tikkun Olam, healing the world. Teva programs are designed for children ages 2 – 17 years old and educators of children.
Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, is more than a museum. This unique global institution tells the ongoing and extraordinary story of the Jewish people. Beit Hatfutsot connects Jewish people to their roots and strengthens their personal and collective Jewish identity. Beit Hatfutsot conveys to the world the fascinating narrative of the Jewish people and the essence of the Jewish culture, faith, purpose and deed while presenting the contribution of world Jewry to humanity.
DreamBow transforms children's bedtime into quality time with the parents through a variety of products such as books, games, etc. DreamBow entered the Israeli market in late 2009, answering a craving for high value educational family products and received a remarkable response. By the end of 2011 it’s estimated that more than 20% of the target market – families with children aged 0-8 – own a DreamBow product.
The Center for Educational Technology (CET) is an Israeli, nonprofit organization, dedicated to the advancement of the education system in Israel, in the Jewish world and around the globe. In its 40 years of activity, CET has invested significant resources in carrying out its social mission, and has established its expertise and reputation as a content developer, introducer of advanced technologies and the leader of next generation learning.
Rainbow provides a nurturing and nourishing bi-lingual environment for children to learn, play and develop. The provision is fully inclusive placing a strong emphasis on ‘inclusive’ families. We know that children come from lots of different kinds of family backgrounds, and our childcare facility aims to recognize and reinforce positive identities for children from gay, lesbian, single, mixed and straight families.
ITworks mission is to impact Israel’s employment map by closing the job placement and income gaps between social and ethnic groups, genders and Israel’s thriving center and flagging periphery. The organization’s programs promote personal empowerment and professional change through quality technological employment, while enabling the hi-tech boom to benefit all sectors of society.
The College of Management - Academic Studies (COMAS) is committed to providing all those who have the potential and desire to learn with an opportunity for a quality education, irrespective of their origin or background. As an institution committed to financial strength, stability and fiscal responsibility, COMAS is in a position to continually expand its development program as well as the number of scholarships it offers the financially needy.
The Heschel Center is dedicated to building a sustainable future for Israeli society - environmentally, socially and economically - through education and reflective activism. Their strategies include leadership development, education, working with government and non-government organizations, and fostering activism and community-based projects across all sectors of Israeli society.
Inspiring a young generation of Israelis to enrich society through shared Jewish values and community service. While young Israelis speak Hebrew and follow the cycle of the Jewish calendar, many are disconnected from their Jewish identity, perceiving Jewish tradition to be outdated, inaccessible, or irrelevant. The result is a “crisis of meaning” among Israeli youth. Over the past few years, Hillel Israel has positioned itself as a leading force in enriching and influencing the future Jewish character of Israel’s young generation.
University of the People (UoPeople) is the world’s first non-profit, tuition-free, accredited, online academic institution dedicated to opening access to higher education globally for all qualified individuals, despite financial, geographic or societal constraints. In February 2014 UoPeople received accreditation from the Distance and Education Training Council, a U.S. Department of Education authorized accrediting agency.
The Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts was founded in 1959, and is named for the renowned Israeli cellist, Thelma Bentwich Yellin, who immigrated to Israel in the l920s from her native England. It was her dream to establish a high school that would nurture the very special needs of artistically gifted students during their high school years. After her death, Professor Eden Partosh and a number of prominent Israeli musicians and teachers, established the school in her memory.
The mission is to cultivate and nurture at-risk children and youth from distressed families, to prevent their deterioration, and to guarantee their future incorporation into society and not its dangerous fringe. The Method is continuous participation of the child every day, every year, each year from first to twelfth grade, in a supplementary educational system, which provides them with the following: lunch, assistance with homework, enrichment activities, lessons on values, and dinner.
ALUT is revolutionizing the treatment of autistic toddlers, children and adults by establishing effective, integrated, individualized educational programs and maximizing special education services at ALUT's nurseries and treatment centers for toddlers (Alutaf). They also are establishing rehabilitation and occupational centers for adults, "Homes for Life" (residential homes for autistic people), training professionals to work in this field, providing assistance to families of people with autism and advocating to advance the rights of autistic people and to improve the services available to them and their families.
Tel Aviv University (TAU) - Israel's largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning - is home to over 30,000 students studying in nine faculties and over 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and the arts. Consistently ranked in the top 20 in the world in terms of scientific citations and among the top 100 universities internationally, Tel Aviv University is also Israel's first choice for students, and its graduates are the most sought after by Israeli companies. Global in outlook and impact, TAU advances teaching and research that break down the walls between disciplines, striving to address the twenty-first century's most pressing challenges through bold, interdisciplinary solutions.
The Academic CSR Center's main goal is to become a leading academic institute in Israel and a focal point for in-house activities, learning and research, and an academic address for the various knowledge segments which constitute and relate to Corporate Social Responsibility. They hope that collaboration with academic and business communities in Israel and worldwide will promote awareness and encourage research and practices in order to increase CSR's significance and make it meaningful.
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