Charity focused on high-tech employment in NY Times

Geoffrey —  January 10, 2016

New York Times article showcasing efforts by Israeli Government and NGOs to train and place Israeli Arab Bedouins in high-tech industry highlights ITWorks.  ITWorks won bids to operate a program which trains and helps place Arab graduates in tech companies. According to the ministry, 225 people have been placed at leading software companies like Amdocs and Check Point, and at the Israeli branch of Intel, the multinational chip maker, since the program was started early last year.  see full article here.

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