The college partners with McLean Hospital to reduce stigma around mental illness in Israel.
The nursing school was essential for Israel's early response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In light of rising unemployment, we need to respond to the COVID-19 crisis by helping young people get ready for a dynamic and innovative employment market.”
“This is a problem that everyone dreams of solving,” Dr. Sinefeld said, referring to the difficulty in successfully examining thick brain tissue.
Participants, who worked together virtually, were sent decorated boxes with t-shirts, coffee mugs, water bottles and so on so as to keep them in the hackathon mindset, despite working from afar.
Several students for nursing from the Jerusalem College of Technology have been performing coronavirus testing for the elderly and the employees at nursing homes.
'We want to use the TakeAction initiative not only to provide essential relief and resources, but also to bring people together during this extremely difficult time'
“I asked myself why I gave up on my heritage when I went to Israel,” he says. “When I returned, I wanted to connect to this side again.
Haredim in tech: A quiet but quick revolution where diversity wins the day.