Arab-Israeli Center for Technology and Hi-Tech

Arab-Israeli Center for Technology and Hi-Tech
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To make a social and economic contribution to the Arab sector and Israeli society by connecting educated Arab young people to the national growth engine of the Israeli hi-tech industry.

The Center’s Goals are to build a bridge between Arab Israeli society and Israel’s hi-tech industries – as well as increase government involvement - in order to minimize the obstacles which prevent young Arabs from studying technological subjects relevant to the hi-tech industry.
 To train a critical mass of college graduates from the Arab sector for the hi-tech field by providing them with retraining in hi-tech professions and assisting them in securing employment within Israel’s hi-tech industry.
 To encourage young Arab Israelis to study technological subjects by providing them with role models from among the Center’s graduates.
 To eventually offer comprehensive undergraduate study programs in a variety of hi-tech professions which will be accredited by Israel’s Council for Higher Education.
 To serve as a technological base for the creation of hi-tech start-ups by Arab Israelis and/or by Arab Israelis in conjunction with Jewish Israelis.

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The Arab-Israeli Center for Technology and Hi-Tech was established in 2008 as an Israeli non-profit organization in response to the dearth of Arab Israelis employed within the hi-tech sector as well as in response to the high unemployment rates among Arab Israeli college graduates. Located in Nazareth in the Lower Galilee, the Center encourages cooperation between the Arab sector and Israel’s hi-tech industry - as well as raises awareness among government officials - in order to encourage the integration of Arab Israelis within this successful and thriving field within the Israeli and worldwide economies. The Center aims to decrease social and economic gaps within Israeli society; promote economic prosperity among Arab Israelis and, thus, among Israeli society as a whole; and improve co-existence between Arabs and Jews within Israel. The Center is committed to co-existence between Arab and Jewish Israelis as is reflected in the fact that the Center was founded by an Arab and a Jew.

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Address: P.O. Box 1301, Nein
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