An enrichment program in computers and technology for junior high-school students that introduces them to up-to-date technologies while developing self-learning and teamwork skills.
StarTech is an enrichment program in computers and technology for junior high-school boys and girls (7th-9th grade). Previous knowledge is not required, only curiosity and motivation to explore the role of technology in our lives.
Developed by the Cyber Education Center, this unique program offers participants many opportunities to express their abilities and ideas. They acquire practical tools in various fields: writing code in different programming languages, creating computer games, computer graphics and mobile apps, and other up-to-date technologies. In addition to know-how, there is an emphasis on personal development – nurturing a sense of capability, self-learning, teamwork, research skills and more.
Studies take place in weekly after-school sessions, with instructors who are college or university students in computer science or software engineering programs. StarTech classes operate in dozens of communities across Israel, especially where youth have limited access to enrichment programs in the fields of technology and computers – a world full of challenges and opportunities.
Government | Local authorities | Philanthropy
Cyber Education Center
The national cyber education program creates opportunities for youth in the periphery to excel in cyber-tech, equipping them with knowledge and tools for a future high-tech career.
Providing teenage girls with knowledge and skills in cyber and computers that they can apply in technology assignments in military or civil service, and eventually in high-tech careers
Initiated as part of our efforts to advance gender equality in high-tech, the Shift community empowers technology-oriented teenage girls by sharing experience, peer learning and meeting role models.