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Students Build a Community

Financially struggling students receive free housing in disadvantaged areas. In exchange, they mentor local schoolchildren and become social activists, enriching the whole community, currently in Netanya, Akko, and  Tel Aviv.


For children growing up in poor and distressed neighborhoods, role models of success are ‎hard to come by, sometimes making criminal behavior look like a tempting shortcut and ‎perpetuating the cycle of poverty and distress. Those who have the ability and foresight to ‎break out and seek higher education often lack the financial means to achieve it. The program promotes social and educational integration and community involvement for youths and their families, while student mentors can complete their degrees by being provided accommodation and study grants. (including 60 students and 240 schoolchildren).




Create better interactions with the others in the group 
Strengthening self-confidence and belief in personal ability.
Develop learning skills
Make friends
Helping with curriculum-based studies

Provide financial support enabling the completion of degree
Develop social responsibility
Teaching rhetorical skills
Strengthening self-confidence as a result of participation in the project’s activities. 


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