Thousands of young “olim” in the geographic and economic periphery are not able to succeed due to a system that is increasingly challenging.
After fleeing her home outside Kyiv shortly before it was destroyed by heavy shelling, an ORT teacher reflects on her family’s experiences as refugees and their hopes to return to Ukraine.
A group from ORT’s Chernivtsi Jewish School worked together to design and produce much-needed tourniquets for victims of attacks. Their improvised bandages have already been used by civilians suffering from heavy bleeding.
World ORT is extending its support for Ukrainians through a new program for refugee women and children. Our ongoing partnership with the Irida Women’s Center in Thessaloniki, Greece, will be…
ORT’s Education Department employs two different approaches to address mental health. The first is bringing teachers, educational administrators and leaders from around the world together virtually for a meaningful conversation.
While still grappling with rising inflation costs and attempts to recover from the post-COVID slump, the start-up scene is one of the few sectors where its resources seem virtually unlimited.
On June 9 ORT hosted a Global Briefing on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine to share how your support has been put to work in the best ways possible and to provide an update on our current and future initiatives.
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.