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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.

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We teach boys and girls to master science and technology, to love their community and to contribute to society. With 300,000 Jewish – and non-Jewish – students in five continents, we’re building a better world through education.

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World ORT is with ORT Argentina and Weizmann Institute of Science.
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Meet Valeria Wodka. She is one of 20 high school students taking part in advanced scientific research in Israel this summer.

Valeria, from @ORT Argentina, has joined the World ORT-Davidson summer school at the Weizmann Institute of Science to study the interaction between embryos and oxygen.

Her project will study whether, by deleting enzymes responsible for providing oxygen from the mother’s blood to the embryo, the embryo can either source oxygen from elsewhere, or live without it.

We wish Valeria - and all the students - good luck for their research.
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August 15th, 12:56 pm

 

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Que experiencia Vale.Me siento muy orgullosa. Te quiero mucho ❤❤❤💋💋💋

Una experiencia inolvidable!! Gracias a ORT por brindarle a Vale la oportunidad!!

Gran oportunidad para alumnos con vocación como Vale!!

Gran experiencia, éxitos !!

Felicitaciones!!!

Buenísimo!! Buena suerte!

Te felicito Jesy x tu hija !😘

Éxitos en la experiencia.

Felicitaciones

Felicitaciones !!!!!

Felicitaciones Vale!!!! Que buen proyecto. Que orgullo👏👏

Felicidades WoW !!!!!!!!!!!

admirable!!! felicitaciones!!

Amanda Lima

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This week we are delighted to launch a new edition of the Davidson-World ORT Science Summer School at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel! ORT students from around the world will be conducting cutting-edge scientific research projects and be exposed to high level academic experts.

The three-week summer school presents a unique opportunity for students to undertake undergraduate-level scientific research in a university environment in fully equipped laboratories.

Iris Limoni Wolf, World ORT Kadima Mada Chief Pedagogical Officer, attended the opening ceremony yesterday at the Weizmann Institute of Science and was proud to meet the 20 students who gave up their summer holidays and time at the swimming pool to study science with us this summer.

“It is actually not only about science. The summer school will teach the students some of the most important 21st-century skills like collaborative work, problem solving and critical thinking.
World ORT is great at bringing the ORT network together. Twelve countries are represented at the Davidson-World ORT Science Summer School at the Weizmann Institute this year,” she said.

Is there any better way to learn collaborative work and science than to do it with people from a different country, culture and mother tongue?
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August 7th, 6:39 pm

This week we are delighted to launch a new edition of the Davidson-World ORT Science Summer School at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel! ORT students from around the world will be conducting cutting-edge scientific research projects and be exposed to high level academic experts.

The three-week summer school presents a unique opportunity for students to undertake undergraduate-level scientific research in a university environment in fully equipped laboratories.

Iris Limoni Wolf, World ORT Kadima Mada Chief Pedagogical Officer, attended the opening ceremony yesterday at the Weizmann Institute of Science and was proud to meet the 20 students who gave up their summer holidays and time at the swimming pool to study science with us this summer. 

“It is actually not only about science. The summer school will teach the students some of the most important 21st-century skills like collaborative work, problem solving and critical thinking. 
World ORT is great at bringing the ORT network together. Twelve countries are represented at the Davidson-World ORT Science Summer School at the Weizmann Institute this year,” she said.

Is there any better way to learn collaborative work and science than to do it with people from a different country, culture and mother tongue?

 

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Incredible time! World ORT what about reunion of Kadima Mada alumni?

Well done

Wonderful!

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It was with great sadness that we learned this week of the passing of Betty Schoenbaum.

Over the past decade, Betty had become not only a great friend and donor to ORT but also a beloved member of the ORT family.

It is her passion for her Judaism, for education and for the young that led her to invest in our plans for Kiryat Yam. Thanks to her great generosity, we together transformed a small, struggling coastal town into a thriving science city, centred around the Alex and Betty Schoenbaum Science, Educational, Cultural and Sports Campus.

Named for her departed husband as well as for Betty herself, the Campus, formed of renovated schools, a science center, a science park, a planetarium, an oceanarium and athletics facilities, has given the local population a great boost in terms of quality of education received, vastly improving their prospects for the future. Kiryat Yam itself is also benefitting from the influx of visitors from around the country.

Betty’s legacy will shine on through Kiryat Yam’s students and the confident, successful and community-minded adults that they promise to become, thanks to her love, generosity and care.
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August 2nd, 4:21 pm

 

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Very sad. Betty was an amazing person and so generous to WO

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