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Ma'agalim Graduate Program

At the Ma'agalim Alumni Program we direct our cherished alumni towards personal growth and fulfillment in academic and professional settings.

After realizing that many of our alumni struggle with transition back to civil life after an intense IDF service, alongside a difficulty of envisioning a productive, meaningful future, we decided to step in and continue our support of these dear men women and men. By providing resources, information and support, the alumni can independently make way for themselves, and leave the social periphery mindset behind.

We believe that learning a profession and/or obtaining a degree is the best way a person can become an integral, important part of society.

The program operates on 3 levels:

  • Personal coaching for each participant.
  • Dedicated workshops and placement sessions led by professionals in the field.
  • Available hotline for questions, information and support on matters related to school and work force.

Our objective is increasing the Ma'agalim alumni rates in higher education from 32% to 64%.


We believe it is possible! Do you?

Where We Make a Difference

Or Akiva, 32 students
Or Yehuda, 24 students
Elad, 30 students
Tel Aviv-Yafo, 208 students
Ashdod, 448 students
Ashkelon, 528 students
Beer Tuvia, 80 students
Beer Sheva, 208 students
Beit Shemesh, 192 students
Bnei Brak, 64 students
Bat Yam, 176 students
Gedera, 60 students
Dimona, 96 students
Hadera, 48 students
Hatzor HaGlilit, 44 students
Tiberias, 78 students
Tirat Carmel, 128 students
Yavne, 110 students
Yehud, 64 students
Jerusalem, 320 students
Kfar Saba, 112 students
Carmiel, 70 students
Lod, 84 students
Ma'ale Adumim, 112 students
Nahariya, 48 students
Netivot, 128 students
Netanya, 260 students
Acco, 116 students
Afula, 128, students
Pardes Hanna-Karkur, 65 students
Tzfat, 96 students
Kiryat Gat, 304, students
Kiryat Yam, 48 students
Kiryat Malachi, 144 students
Rosh HaAyin, 224 students
Rishon Lezion, 80 students
Rehovot, 128 students
Ramla, 144 students
Sdot Negev, 60 students
Sderot, 60, students