jerusalem college of technology

J'lem college works to find tech solutions for nonprofits amid coronavirus

'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'

Yossi Assayag, 36 From Casablanca, Morocco,  to Jerusalem, 2000
Finding innovation and identity in the Start-Up Nation

“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.

A HAREDI STUDENT works on a computer  at the Jerusalem College of Technology.
Haredim in tech: 50 shades of black

Haredim in tech: A quiet but quick revolution where diversity wins the day.

J'lem college examines intersection of Jewish religious law and technology

The center will pioneer a unique collaboration between halachic experts and faculty members from JCT's science departments to address questions that arise in the intersection of Torah and tech.

GRAPEVINE: Father’s daughter

Fervent Yiddishist and occasional actress Bella Bryks Klein premiered her one-woman show, My Father’s Daughter, in June in Tel Aviv, which she is gradually taking on tour.

THE TEL AVIV skyline; the area around the city is home to many Israeli start-ups
Philadelphia Mayor Nutter woos Israeli companies

Nutter's relationship with Israel extends beyond business. In January, he officiated a wedding between an Israel’s deputy consul general to the mid-Atlantic region Elad Strohmayer and his husband Oren Ben-Yosef.

Hadassah College campus.
Higher education and the future of Jerusalem

As the only institution of higher learning in downtown Jerusalem, Hadassah Academic College has a special responsibility to the city.

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