We are excited to announce that applications for Tech2Peace’s 2019 seminars have opened!
Palestinians and Israelis between the ages 20-26 are eligible to apply.
Apply Now! Tech2Peace’s intensive summer seminars are two weeks long and focus on high-tech training and conflict resolution. Palestinian and Israeli participants come together to learn practical High-tech skills and interact with one other in a positive and nurturing environment. Each seminar is open to 30 participants, aged 20-26. Tech2Peace seminars have an intensive program and participants must be committed and motivated to succeed! An average day looks something like this: 8:30 - Breakfast 9:00 - Workshop- High-tech/dialogue 13:00 - Lunch 14:00 - Workshop- High-tech/dialogue 17:00 - Social activity/Guest speaker 18:30 - Lab Access or activity 19:30 - Dinner
20:30 - Evening activities/free time Throughout the seminars, participants have the opportunity to meet and learn from leading Arab and Jewish entrepreneurs from the tech and entrepreneurship world, as well as representatives from internationally renowned companies such as Google!
Participants also enjoy field trips and social and cultural activities.The High- tech training is enjoyed under the guidance of professional trainers from BIG IDEA, an organization well known for its high-tech courses, and in collaboration with MISTI, from MIT University.
The conflict resolution sessions are facilitated by staff from Yad Beyad, a grassroots organization specializing in conflict resolution dialogue.
The ultimate goal of the Tech2Peace seminar is to jump-start your career in High-tech and lay the groundwork for peace between our nations. We aim to create a collaborative community of young professionals who are committed to building personal and professional relationships with one another, and who can serve as role models for coexistence in their communities.
Tech2Peace applies for permits for selected Palestinian participants.
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