Beit Yatziv, Public-Benefit Corporation, Beer Sheba

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  • Science
  • Museum
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  • Culture
  • Education
  • Social Action
  • Youth Movements

Beit Yatziv, a public-benefit corporation in Beer Sheba, develops and operates STEM programs to narrow social and educational gaps among children, youth and adults, from all sectors of Israeli society from Israel’s socio-economic periphery.

Beit Yatziv operates the Gustave Leven Education Campus in the old city of Beer-Sheba, in southern Israel.
In the Campus, Beit Yatziv aims to initiate an educational comprehensive change, to incorporate innovation and increase the scope of education programs in Beer Sheba and a long list of cities throughout Israel's socio-geographic periphery.
Beit Yatziv's leading programs, in the Campus and throughout the periphery, include:
• Development of numerus STEM programs, for participants from kindergarten age to academia and their operation in a long list of communities.
• Development and operation of municipal science centers and support in establishing scientific ecosystems in peripheral cities.
• The Scientific Leadership Youth Movement established in 2006 with the aim of empowering high-school students, from Israel's periphery, to excel in STEM and engage in social leadership. Several hundred youth instructors initiate and operate various scientific experiential activities for elementary age children from their communities as well as operate municipal and national science festivals.
• Development and operation of after-school enrichment programs in STEM subjects, robotics and more to thousands of children from Beer Sheba, the surrounding communities and the Bedouin Community.
• Operation of mobile activity vehicles of experiential STEM programs in schools and community centers throughout the periphery.
• A national training center for teachers and educational personnel in science and humanities.
• Beit Yatziv College offering various courses and training for certificate studies.
• Activity supporting infrastructures, such as conference halls and classes, dining rooms, a planetarium, lodgings, a swimming pool, and more.
• Carasso Science Park, which opened for visitors in 2013 and today is one of Israel's four recognized science museums, offering more than 4.25 acres of fascinating science and technology exhibits and hands-on interactive features. Since its opening is has provided activity for more than 1.3 million visitors – children, youth and adults.

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Annual Report (last tax year) - Hebrew   
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