89 Haredi women received degrees from JCT in the fields of Computer Sciences, Accounting and Information Systems, Business Management and Science and Technology Education.
The guest of honor was Rabbi Eliyahu Schlesinger, Rabbi of Gilo and Makor Haim. Also in attendance was CPA Shlomit Woltzer, a graduate of JCT’s Da’at Program for Haredi women and a partner at the CPA firm Woltzer.
At a similar graduation ceremony which was held at the Lustig Campus earlier this month, Mr. Sartani, CEO of the Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAF) spoke of his profound appreciation of the female Haredi graduates of JCT. He said, “We employ 14 Haredi students and graduates from Lustig Campus. They quickly learned the necessary skills and integrated into the workforce. Some of them already serve as project managers and are advancing the company with new technologies. They are currently spearheading the software development for the IAI, which is responsible for the computerized systems of satellites and ships, as well as for the development and launching of aircrafts.”