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ORT is the world’s largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organisation.

Started in 1880, World ORT is today operational in 37 countries and helps around 300 000 students around the world. Specialised in technology, our mission is to provide communities wherever they are, with the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with the complexities and uncertainties of their environment.

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Chanukah activities with grandparents at CIM-ORT. It's just one of the ways ORT schools nurture children’s love for being Jewish. As the former British Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks, put it recently, “to defend a country you need an army. But to defend a civilisation you need schools. You need education as the conversation between the generations. Whatever the society, the culture or the faith, we need to teach our children, and they theirs, what we aspire to and the ideals we were bequeathed by those who came before us. We need to teach our children the story of which we and they are a part, and we need to trust them to go further than we did, when they come to write their own chapter.” (see goo.gl/4a9AJh)
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It's here at last! The ORT family wishes you and your family a bright and happy Chanukah!

December 15th, 11:55 am

Chanukah activities with grandparents at CIM-ORT. Its just one of the ways ORT schools nurture children’s love for being Jewish. As the former British Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks, put it recently, “to defend a country you need an army. But to defend a civilisation you need schools. You need education as the conversation between the generations. Whatever the society, the culture or the faith, we need to teach our children, and they theirs, what we aspire to and the ideals we were bequeathed by those who came before us. We need to teach our children the story of which we and they are a part, and we need to trust them to go further than we did, when they come to write their own chapter.” (see https://goo.gl/4a9AJh)

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Wicma VergaraQue hermoso😍 Ojalá tuviera una escuela para mis hijas.

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Sarilee HuffmanLove the quote! So true!

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Mazal tov to the teams from the ORT Pri Etz Chaim School in Bishkek (left) and the Kiev Educational Complex – this year’s winners of the World ORT Chanukah Dreidel competition! They’ve won $100 each towards their schools’ Chanukah parties. And well done to all who took part – you did a great job! Chanukah sameach! (Watch the video to see their dreidels in action: goo.gl/qL5hq4.) ... See MoreSee Less

December 14th, 10:00 pm

Mazal tov to the teams from the ORT Pri Etz Chaim School in Bishkek (left) and the Kiev Educational Complex – this year’s winners of the World ORT Chanukah Dreidel competition! They’ve won $100 each towards their schools’ Chanukah parties. And well done to all who took part – you did a great job! Chanukah sameach! (Watch the video to see their dreidels in action: https://goo.gl/qL5hq4.)

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Юрій КіньковВітаю!!!

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Марина ОлексенкоПоздравляю

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Elizabeth KaminskyУмничка. Ой кто бы сомневался

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Dreidel, dreidel, dreidel
Long gone are the days of making a dreidel out of clay. Our students have been using skills in 3D printing, textiles, carpentry and animation for their entries in the World ORT Chanukah Dreidel competition. Schools from Latin America to the Former Soviet Union have had teams compete to win $100 towards a school Chanukah party - and the resulting creations are enough to make your head spin! Take a look at the video – and watch out for the announcement of the winners later today…
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December 14th, 3:14 pm

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Susan GoldmanSo impressive. Go ORT !

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Show your dedication to education this Chanukah
At World ORT we’re dedicated to education. And just as the words ‘Chanukah’ (dedication) and ‘chinuch’ (education) share a common Hebrew root so are our values firmly rooted in Jewish tradition. Our international education network enables us to provide exciting educational opportunities for students and stimulating professional development for our teachers. These effective programmes made a direct impact on hundreds of people this year – people like Yakov Hayon, a principal at Kfar Hasidim Youth Village in Israel. Hear him describe how he benefited in this video. Please support us so hundreds more will benefit next year. We may work wonders but we can’t rely on miracles – even at Chanukah time. Express your dedication to education here: www.ort.org/support-world-ort-education
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December 13th, 10:05 pm

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