Kaye College in the Media 2020

Kaye College in the Media 2020

June 2020

1.6.20

Kaye College for the students:

 Aid scholarships worth hundreds of thousands of shekels were distributed. 

Students who lost there source of income,were not abandoned

Kaye College distributed hundreds of scholarships in the sum of 150,000 Shekels and tens of computers and assorted equipment.

“The wellbeing of students is above all” The college explains.

Yaakov Levy 

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Students who lost there jobs were not left alone

Kaye College distributed hundreds of scholarships

In the sum of 150,000 Shekels and tens of computers and supporting equipment.

“The wellbeing of students is above all”

The college explains

The financial crisis following the Corona pandemic has hurt tens of thousands of students

all over the country who lost there income while they continue there academic studies.

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Aiding students

Students who lost there source of income,were not abandoned:

Kaye College distributed hundreds of scholarships in the sum of 150,000 Shekels and tens of computers and supporting equipment.
“The wellbeing of students is above all”
The college explains.

Oded Bar-Meir

Kaye College for the students
Aid scholarships were distributed worth hundreds of thousands of shekels

The financial crisis following the Corona pandemic has stricken tens of thousands of students

all over the country who lost there income while they continued there academic studies.

In order to assist them with this situation Kaye College distributed over one hundred  scholarships

worth 1500 Shekels each, for students who were fired or sent to leave of absence.

Ten scholarships were donated by the student union.

4.6.20

In the Shadow of the Corona: Training Academics in an Accelerated Teaching Program

University graduates who were fired from their jobs following the Corona Pandemic,

will participate in a new and unique program by Kaye College for career change in the Southern region.

It will train them for teaching in only three months .

“This is the time for addressing people with high qualities and returning them to the work market”

Noa Gabai

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The Corona accelerates training for university graduates at Kaye College.

 In the shadow of the Corona Pandemic university graduates who were fired from their jobs.

 Now they will participate in a new and unique program in the Southern region of the College,

that will train University graduates for teaching in only three months.

“This is the time for addressing people with high qualities and returning them to the work market”

Yoav Sitrok-Dahana

THE NEW UNEMPLOYED

Businesses who had to shut down, workers who were not returned from leave of absence, and 2 digit unemployment rates. The Corona crisis has influenced the livelihood of many employees some of which will cope for many months with a the painful economic situation they endured. Some of them tell us how badly their business was harmed and how they intend to continue from here.

Oded Bar-Meir, Yaacov Levy.

Opinion: The termination of the lower leagues has a heavy price tag.

9.6.20

The decision sends the athletes a dubious  message: “You are not essential”

The main roll of the trade unions is to care for the interests of our local players .

The result: Severe harm for Israeli sport.

Shlomit Guy

Maya , a student in the acceleration program for university graduates at Kaye College,

tells about the transition from a senior role in Chemistry to realizing her dream and converting to teaching,

sponsored by the Corona.

Dr. Ruth Manzur – a professor in the Center for Parenting and Family at Kaye College /

On the complexity in the interactions between step brothers and sisters in second marriages.

Moreshet-Pnima

The program for Career change in teaching

Dr. Dafna Granit talks about the program for career change in teaching for university graduates

at  Kaye college in Beer Sheva.

The significant processes that can take place in a relationship between

Parents of students and not have a student feel that the school is a factory for grades.

Poor children drown more

16.6.20

With the opening of the swim season the attention to the public problem of drowning. The (WHO)World Health Organization states that 320 thousand people lost their lives from drowning in 2016 , most of them were youth under 30 years old.

By Dr. Ilia Morgalov

Head of PE studies at Kaye College.,in Beer Sheva, and a researcher and professor at Wingate College.

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A wounded brand needs a rehabilitation program

28.6.2020

Up until 30 years ago the English Soccer was on the verge of bankruptcy

Morally and financially.

The Israeli Soccer went a long way since the escort girls affair in 2000.

Financial brands depend on investments and fund raising,

and cannot allow themselves unlawful or immoral behavior of there stars.

Dr. Shlomit Guy is a professor in the PE program at Kaye College ,

a sports researcher and an expert in promoting young athletes.

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February 2020

15.2.20

Conquering China with bright sweetness

Dr. Barbie Shapir of Kay College interviewed for the Jerusalem Post about the new Israeli education center in China,

and the connection to the educational philosophy of Hamood (cute in Hebrew), that was carried out by educators from Kaye College in Beersheba.

https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Culture/Conquering-China-with-bright-sweetness-The-art-of-Tzvika-Horesh-617542

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