Tech-career works in close collaboration with a wide variety of partners from Israel’s business, public, and non-profit sectors, as well as with philanthropic foundations, private and corporate donors, in order to advance our mission
Tech-Career has over 400 dedicated volunteers from all over the country. Most mentor and accompany our students to help them prepare for high tech careers. Tech-Career graduates often return to Tech-Career to volunteer with current students.
Employers of Tech-Career graduates are our partners in social change. They open doors for our highly trained graduates, provide challenging and rewarding employment opportunities, and help pave the way for their future success.
Tech-Career has a special connection with our graduates, who are employed at leading tech companies, and we continue to support them as they advance in their careers. Many volunteer to tutor or mentor current students, sharing their expertise and knowledge.
Tech-Career’s donors help turn our vision into a reality. Since the organization’s founding in 2002, Tech-Career has earned the support of government funders, foundations and federations, corporate and private donors.
|Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services|
|Ministry of Defense – Foundation and Unit for Discharged Soldiers|
|The US – Middle East Partnership Initiative|
|The Sam and Jean Rothberg Foundation|
|The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation|
|The Crown Family Foundation|
|DM Charitable Trust|
|International Fellowship of Christians and Jews|
|The Rosenzweig-Coopersmith Foundation|
|The Aaron Gutwirth Fund|
|The Lucius N. Littauer Foundation|
|Arkin Family Foundation|
|Friends of Ethiopian Jews|
|The Joseph and Christina Kasierer Foundation|
|The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Los Angeles|
|Iranian American Jewish Federation of New York|
|Tricot Fox Ltd.|
|Bank Leumi Workers’ Union|
|Israel Discount Bank|
|The Phoenix Insurance Company Ltd.|
|The Lina and Patrick Darhi Foundation|
Tech-Career’s Technological Training Programs Have Enabled More Than 750 Ethiopian Israeli Young Adults To Attain And Advance In Promising Professional Careers In Israel’s High-Tech Industry
Ethiopian Israeli women and men aged 21-35 from all over Israel, who have graduated high school and completed their military or national service.
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