ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
WORLD ORT
Educating for life
ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
WORLD ORT
Prioritising STEM education
ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
WORLD ORT
Connecting people around the world
ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
WORLD ORT
Enhancing employability
ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
WORLD ORT
Giving life-changing opportunities
ORT students from the Formet Soviet Union preparing Pesach
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Celebrating Jewish Life
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Creating opportunities.

World ORT is the world’s largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organisation.

Started in 1880, World ORT is today operational in 37 countries and helps around 300 000 students around the world. Specialised in technology, our mission is to provide communities wherever they are, with the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with the complexities and uncertainties of their environment.

What is Education?

Education helps people realize their dreams, become who they want to be. Education empowers poorer communities, giving them the opportunity to grow and become self-sufficient. It’s also about sharing and connecting, to learn from each other. 

Watch this video to see World ORT’s impact on education across the world.

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Less than 30 years since they hit the market, 3D printers are now an essential tool for scientists and engineers around the world – but many schoolchildren are still working in two dimensions.

At the ORT Educational Complex in Kiev, however, students learn 3D modelling from the 10th grade. Now a group of these students have designed and built their own 3D printer which can simultaneously print complex models with two types of plastic – and all for about half the going rate of a comparable, commercially produced machine.

Elena Krasnova, Artem Dihtiar, Philip Zhuk, Vladislav Atamanchuk (Влад Атаманчук), and Artem Pinchuk presented their machine to the local media at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute where they had received gumidance in their project from the Head of the Department of Integrated Engineering Technologies, Professor Vitaliy Pasichnyk, and his assistant, Julia Dmitriy.

“These students are fantastic – they’re already at near professional level,” said ORT Ukraine Executive Director Mila Finkelstein. “Our wonderful teachers are polishing diamonds!”
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May 28th, 1:29 pm

Less than 30 years since they hit the market, 3D printers are now an essential tool for scientists and engineers around the world – but many schoolchildren are still working in two dimensions. 
 
At the ORT Educational Complex in Kiev, however, students learn 3D modelling from the 10th grade. Now a group of these students have designed and built their own 3D printer which can simultaneously print complex models with two types of plastic – and all for about half the going rate of a comparable, commercially produced machine.
 
Elena Krasnova, Artem Dihtiar, Philip Zhuk, Vladislav Atamanchuk (Влад Атаманчук), and Artem Pinchuk presented their machine to the local media at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute where they had received gumidance in their project from the Head of the Department of Integrated Engineering Technologies, Professor Vitaliy Pasichnyk, and his assistant, Julia Dmitriy.  
 
“These students are fantastic – they’re already at near professional level,” said ORT Ukraine Executive Director Mila Finkelstein. “Our wonderful teachers are polishing diamonds!”

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May 28th, 9:22 am

Looking for a bargain? Shop at Groupon using Helpfreely.org and you can raise money for World ORT’s education programmes at no cost to you. Good for you! And itd mean a great deal to our students! Use this link to start shopping: http://helpfree.ly/j1433

World ORT bids a fond farewell to Shmuel Sisso ... See MoreSee Less

May 26th, 5:31 pm

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All the best, Tel Mond, our Sister City is so very fortunate to be infused with your talent, energy and heart.

Best of luck Shmuel.

מה שתבקש לו יהי אהבת האדם והרגישות שלך לזולת הם הם אבני היסוד שחוננתה בהם היה ברוך ״אחי״

יישר כוח שמואל. כן ירבו כמוך בעם ישראל. גאה בחברים שכמוך. בהצלחה בכל אשר תפנה. ובקיצור: גאווה ישראלית.

שמואל השמים הם הגבול.אתה עוד תמשיך להרקיע.בהצלחה בכל מה שתבחר.

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What the world needs now is love, sweet love… and that's something there’s plenty of at the ORT Renzo Levi School in Rome.

The school community has been rallying round students Michael and Serena since their father, Angelo, passed away after a long illness. One of the ways senior students have helped is by studying with Michael and Serena in the afternoons.

“It’s part of a school programme, called RisonanZa-Zà, matching older students with younger ones experiencing problems,” said the Vice-Principal of the Angelo Sacerdoti Junior School, Alfi Tesciuba. “Motivated by a sympathetic heart, the kids ensure that no-one feels alone or marginalised.”

But the students haven’t limited their support to studying.

“The students who usually help Michael became so close to him that they decided, completely on their own initiative, to organize a little surprise celebration for his birthday. They bought food and candles, brought it into the classroom and started the party,” Mr Tesciuba said.

Shabbat shalom!
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May 26th, 4:34 pm

What the world needs now is love, sweet love… and thats something there’s plenty of at the ORT Renzo Levi School in Rome.

The school community has been rallying round students Michael and Serena since their father, Angelo, passed away after a long illness. One of the ways senior students have helped is by studying with Michael and Serena in the afternoons.

“It’s part of a school programme, called RisonanZa-Zà, matching older students with younger ones experiencing problems,” said the Vice-Principal of the Angelo Sacerdoti Junior School, Alfi Tesciuba. “Motivated by a sympathetic heart, the kids ensure that no-one feels alone or marginalised.”

But the students haven’t limited their support to studying.

“The students who usually help Michael became so close to him that they decided, completely on their own initiative, to organize a little surprise celebration for his birthday. They bought food and candles, brought it into the classroom and started the party,” Mr Tesciuba said.

Shabbat shalom!
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