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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.

World ORT students are going places

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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👐 Today we are reflecting on acts of kindness from ORT Argentina students.

More than 90 pupils donated a generous stock of school supplies to a local children’s home as part of their ‘Manos Amigas’ (Friendly Hands) project.

Most supplies were collected by touring surrounding neighbourhoods and contacting different bookstores, while others such as backpacks, maps and toys were handmade by students in the classroom.

By using skills they had learnt in technology classes, and with laser cutting and thermoforming machinery in their school workshops, the ORT pupils produced didactic games and toys to donate.

They also designed, cut, sanded, and painted graphic pieces for the packaging.

The hand-made and hand-delivered items were met with big smiles from the youngsters at the children’s home.

Our network has been driven by Jewish values since 1880. Our projects promote tikkun olam and social responsibility.

Well done to our ORT Argentina students for this act of chesed - kindness - and may we all continue to take part in such thoughtful gestures.

Read the full article on Manos Amigas (in Spanish) here 👉 bit.ly/2EvTpJ5
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March 26th, 8:50 am

👐 Today we are reflecting on acts of kindness from ORT Argentina students.

More than 90 pupils donated a generous stock of school supplies to a local children’s home as part of their ‘Manos Amigas’ (Friendly Hands) project. 

Most supplies were collected by touring surrounding neighbourhoods and contacting different bookstores, while others such as backpacks, maps and toys were handmade by students in the classroom.

By using skills they had learnt in technology classes, and with laser cutting and thermoforming machinery in their school workshops, the ORT pupils produced didactic games and toys to donate.

They also designed, cut, sanded, and painted graphic pieces for the packaging.

The hand-made and hand-delivered items were met with big smiles from the youngsters at the children’s home. 

Our network has been driven by Jewish values since 1880. Our projects promote tikkun olam and social responsibility.

Well done to our ORT Argentina students for this act of chesed - kindness - and may we all continue to take part in such thoughtful gestures.

Read the full article on Manos Amigas (in Spanish) here 👉 bit.ly/2EvTpJ5

📇 Did you know that unemployment is one of the biggest challenges South Africa faces?

ORT South Africa has been working with the YES (Youth Employment Services) campaign to tackle this issue.

Thanks to the collaboration, around 200 young people have been assigned to year-long work placements.

Meet Peter Mahlatji, an ORT SA student who was previously forced to put his studies on hold due to his financial situation.

He is now thriving as an administrative assistant in a private remedial school thanks to the ORT-YES campaign which has become a guiding light for young South Africans who are unsure of their prospects.

At ORT we are passionate about unleashing potential and giving young people the opportunity to lead fulfilling lives and have a positive impact on the world around them.

Good luck to Peter and all the other interns taking part in the scheme!
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March 25th, 8:24 am

📇 Did you know that unemployment is one of the biggest challenges South Africa faces?

ORT South Africa has been working with the YES (Youth Employment Services) campaign to tackle this issue.  

Thanks to the collaboration, around 200 young people have been assigned to year-long work placements. 

Meet Peter Mahlatji, an ORT SA student who was previously forced to put his studies on hold due to his financial situation.

He is now thriving as an administrative assistant in a private remedial school thanks to the ORT-YES campaign which has become a guiding light for young South Africans who are unsure of their prospects. 

At ORT we are passionate about unleashing potential and giving young people the opportunity to lead fulfilling lives and have a positive impact on the world around them.

Good luck to Peter and all the other interns taking part in the scheme!

🎉Chag Purim Sameach! 🎉
It’s time to celebrate Queen Esther of Persia, who saved thousands of Jewish people from being wiped out by the evil Haman.

Purim teaches us the importance of maintaining Jewish pride.

At ORT, we are proud of our Jewish heritage and therefore incorporate Jewish tradition into daily life at our schools.

ORT is driven by Jewish values and our projects promote Tikkun Olam and social responsibility – which are also central to the Purim celebrations.

So will you be spending Purim:

- Donating to the less fortunate
- Sending gifts of different foods to friends
- Indulging in a Purim feast
- Baking hamantaschen,

or all the above?

Tell us what you are doing to celebrate #Purim!
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March 21st, 3:52 pm

🎉Chag Purim Sameach! 🎉
It’s time to celebrate Queen Esther of Persia, who saved thousands of Jewish people from being wiped out by the evil Haman. 

Purim teaches us the importance of maintaining Jewish pride. 

At ORT, we are proud of our Jewish heritage and therefore incorporate Jewish tradition into daily life at our schools.

ORT is driven by Jewish values and our projects promote Tikkun Olam and social responsibility – which are also central to the Purim celebrations.

So will you be spending Purim: 

- Donating to the less fortunate
- Sending gifts of different foods to friends 
- Indulging in a Purim feast 
- Baking hamantaschen, 

or all the above?

Tell us what you are doing to celebrate #Purim!
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