Category: May 2018

My Mother’s Photos

By Varda Levy The collection was begun in the late ’50s, when my brother moved from Israel to live across the globe in the United States. We celebrated every mail delivery of pictures he had sent, studying eagerly each magical…

 Create Your Life As A Blessing

By Deborah Vietor Are you interested in changing your beliefs, opinions and assumptions about your life to create the freedom for happiness? How about accessing joy through a system to heal your mind, body and spirit, honoring your life’s journey?…

MINGEI

Recently, the Mingei International Museum celebrated the opening of the major exhibition, ISRAEL – 70 Years of Craft & Design. In its first major collaboration with the House of Israel, Mingei’s VIP membership group, The Director’s Circle and the Jewish community…

On March of the Living

The following are reflections by two of the San Diego participants at this year’s recent March of the Living, a 2 week journey to Poland and Israel. While in Poland, participants commemorate Yom HaShaoh, and while in Israel, they celebrate…

Petri Dish For A Diverse High-Tech Israeli Future

  By Deborah Fineblum/JNS.org Twenty-year-old Balqis Amireh would never have had the chance to study biotechnology if it weren’t for Hadassah Academic College (HAC). And 21-year-old Audelia Sebag would likewise have missed out on her future in biotechnology if the…

Philippine City Inspired by Israeli Education

  Davao, the Philippines largest city, has signed an agreement with Israel Sci-Tech Schools to implement its highly effective I-STEAM education model in one of its public high schools. The pilot program is a collaboration between the City of Davao…

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