Initiated by Yehuda Zisapel, one of Israel’s first technology entrepreneurs, the program offers talented young people an opportunity to reach engineering or science studies, even if they don’t meet the admissions criteria or cannot afford the cost of higher education. Rashi operated the program from the pilot at the Technion through an expansion to additional universities, finally handing in over to the Council for Higher Education. Renamed “High-tech Achievements”, the program continues with funding by the Defense Ministry’s Discharged Soldiers Unit and the Prime Minister’s Office.
Horizons to High-Tech
Building an integrative framework at the municipal level to answer the needs of infants, toddlers and their parents, thereby ensuring children’s optimal development.
Ensuring access to high-quality professional services addressing the needs of children with developmental delays in the geographic and social periphery.
A continuum of community-based programs and services for young children, parents and professionals, often operating within a multi-disciplinary early childhood center.