14 Students of JCT’s Hassidic Program Already Employed

This week, 14 students from JCT’s Tvuna program for Hassidic women began working for Netsource. 95% of Tvuna applicants were hired

The job placement was made possible through a joint effort between the company, JCT’s Job Placement Department and the Tal Campus Administration. The students participated in evaluation center workshops in collaboration with the Jerusalem Municipality provided by professional advisor Iris Yaffa. Through the workshops, students were able to participate in job interview simulations and write CVs. Of the 15 students who tried their hand at the evaluation center, 14 were called back to sign contracts.

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