The Jerusalem College of Technology has launched a rabbinic ordination program that allows students to pursue clergy positions in English-speaking communities in Israel without jeopardizing financial security.
The famous Israeli entrepreneur predicts lab-grown diamonds will be increasingly popular for environmental and humanitarian reasons, especially among millennials and Gen Zers. By Diana Bletter, Israel21 For the first time ever, a top-tier luxury company has invested in a lab-grown diamond company, and an Israeli one at that. LVMH, the world’s largest luxury goods conglomerate,... Read more »
"This agreement is in keeping with what A&M wanted all along in Israel: It is about teaching and research and it is just the beginning of what this relationship is going to be." - A&M System Chancellor John Sharp.