ORT leaders from around the world came together in person this week for the first time in two years to discuss the leading issues in global education. The gathering –…
Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, ORT has been on the front lines providing much needed relief for students, teachers, and their families across the country.
ORT students who have left Ukraine are improving their English language skills via ORT’s Virtual Volunteers.
In the mid-1920s, a group of Jewish woodworking students in Warsaw made two elaborate desks as centerpieces of traveling exhibits to show off their skills and seek more funding.
An Israeli high school robotics team won the Engineering Inspiration Award at the FIRST World Championship in Houston on April 23.
Earlier this month, the JFNA National Young Leadership Cabinet (NYLC) visited Israel as part of their annual international study mission.
Dan Green, World ORT Director General and CEO, visited our Kfar Silver Youth Village in Israel earlier this week to meet Ukrainian students who have settled at the village after leaving their home country.
Starting high school can be daunting for any student, but for Marina, a 14-year-old student from Kyiv who now finds herself in Brooklyn, it has been an unexpected challenge.
Israel is actively evacuating members of Ukrainian Jewish communities, including many children — some who are traveling alone. Once in Israel, the Israeli government and other relief organizations are resettling the newcomers and providing social services.