Yesterday (Tuesday), Sapir College’s senior staff visited Yeruham.

Prof. Nir Kedar, President, Ms. Orna Gigi, CEO and Dr. Omri Herzog, Academic Director visited the Kulna School for Traditional and Creative Arts and Music, our partner for music studies and the city’s Mayor, Ms. Tal Ohana. They discussed the various collaborations between Kulna, the Yeruham municipality and the College.

Sapir’s vision is to provide an excellent and relevant academic education, which creates dynamic leadership that has the capacity to strengthen Israel’s society and democracy. The College's joint programs with Yeruham and its residents are a natural progression of Sapir’s vision. The city’s students are a leading and valuable resource throughout Israel, in particular in the southern periphery.

From Left to Right: Dr. David Biton, Kulna Chair; Dr. Omri Herzog, Academic Director-Sapir, Ms. Kamila Milner-Landskind, Director of the Center for Professional Development-Sapir, Prof. Nir Kedar, President- Sapir, Ms. Tal Ohana, Mayor of Yeruham, Ms. Orna Gigi CEO-Sapir, Mr. Yaniv Yitzchak, CEO-Kulna, Ms. Hadar Tidhar, Director of the Kulna School for Traditional and Creative Arts and Music.

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