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Project Spotlight: Employment Seminars for Fellowship Olim

Employment seminar, new olim (Photo: IFCJ)

This year, as new olim (immigrants) from around the world land in the Ben Gurion Airport in Israel on a Fellowship Freedom Flight, their hearts are filled with joy, hope, and anticipation of what this new life has in store for them. Yet they also know there will be challenges.

New immigrants must quickly find a place to live, work, and find schools or daycare for their children. Thankfully, The Fellowship doesn’t just fund a plane ride. We make sure the individual and their families have the resources and financial aid necessary to begin a new and successful life in Israel, like by providing employment workshops and seminars for new immigrants.

Recently, a Fellowship field representative organized for a career counselor and professional coach to provide practical tools for “breaking down barriers and understanding the Israeli market.”

This is the type of aliyah (immigrating to Israel) help that our donors help us provide all year round to new immigrants! These new olim will use the opportunity you have blessed them with to build a promising life for themselves and their children – which only adds to the diversity, success, and blessings of the Holy Land.

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