Net@+ diplomas were presented to class 2008 in special events at the Net@ centers in Ramla and Kiryat Malachi
In order to celebrate the end of the year, participants of Neta@ class 2008 held a special event that was attended by their parents. The peak of the event was the presentation of the Net@ computer technician diplomas.
In Net@ Ramla, the event began with a demonstration on how to disassemble and assemble computers – the parents took part in this demonstration and completed the tasks successfully. The second stage included a cables laboratory in which the parents learned how to manufacture a network cable.
In Net@ Kiryat Malachi, the event included a Net@ Quiz that tested the parents’ and participants’ knowledge about the program and about Kiryat Malachi. The parents also disassembled and assembled a computer. The event was entertaining, and connected the parents and participants with the Net@ program.
The Tapuah non-profit organization received an A in the Midot report
Midot (Hebrew for measures) is a unique non-profit initiative whose main activity is to assess non-profit organizations in Israel and rate them. The report, which was published in the magazine THE MARKER, gave Tapuah, the organization that operates the Net@ program, the respectable A rating, above is the median rating of A-. Tapuah received this high ranking thanks to its mode of operation that is similar to High-Tech companies, and includes detailed work plans and measurement of outputs.
Midot noted Tapuah’s long-term thinking process and planning for the future, and its ratings ranged from A- to A+ in all the measures.
4th year - Net@ program’s seniors summarize the past year
Neta's senior year includes 60 participants that are guided by 9 coordinators. The past year has been full of activities and the seniors have contributed a lot to the community. The end of the year will be celebrated by two special events. On June 24, a festive graduation ceremony attended by graduates, coordinators and directors from all over Israel will be held at Cisco Systems. On July 6, the graduates’ final seminar will be held in Nitzana, and it is expected to be both fun and challenging.
Members of Net@ Kfar Saba in the Day of the Girl 2009
Young women from all three classes of Net@ Kfar Saba took part in the Young Women’s Day 2009 events. The events were held for the second time and included a festive event, street performances and other activities. The television host, Linoy Bar Gefen lectured on women in the Israeli media and Noya Mendel gave a standup comedy act presenting the world from a particularly feminine point of view.
Cooperation between TAPUAH, the Net@ program and Intel
As part of its activities for the community, the Intel Corporation donates every quarter dozens of computers to educational and welfare organizations. The Net@ participants will repair and upgrade these computers, and in return Net@ and Tapuah centers will receive some of the computers. This opportunity is a realization of Neta's and Tapuah’s vision to contribute to the community while gaining professional experience.