In these turbulent times,Holon institute of Technology (HIT), continues to advance its educational - social agenda of bringing together students from the various walks of life which constitute thestate of Israel.
HIT strives to implement the message of togetherness and mutual responsibility as part of its vision and it strives to pursue an agenda which puts extra attention into making higher education accessible to the geographic and socio-economic periphery.
HIT offers unique study programs for 'Olim Hadashim' , which allow them to study in their native tongue during their first year of studies. Each student is also assigned a mentor who accompanies him/her from their first day in school until their graduation.
The institute's educational- social agenda , as stated by Prof. Eduard Yakubov, president of HIT, is manifested also in unique designated study programs for special population groups who attend it, such as Druze, Circassians and Arabs as well as for 'Olim' from France, Belgium, Ukraine, Russia, Ethiopia and other places.
Eitan Bartal, lecturer at the Visual Communications Design dept. in the Faculty of Design at HIT, takes part in a unique exhibition at the Parasol Projects Gallery in NYC . The exhibition, "A Walk Of Art" focuses on...