Springboard to success

Experiencing an epiphany overseas, a computer programmer returns home and begins changing lives.

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July 7, 2016 14:06
Gvahim

Gvahim participants celebrate a ‘Career Graduation’ ceremony. (photo credit: EDEN GVILI)

 
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‘I became a Zionist [while living] in Canada,” says Gali Shahar-Efrat ironically.

Born and raised in Israel, Shahar-Efrat is the executive director of Gvahim, an Israeli NGO that provides highly qualified new immigrants and returning Israelis with the tools they need to secure employment or develop their start-up businesses in Israel.

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