August 2, 2007 / 18 Av 5767
Zoma Teza is a medical student at Haifa's Technion. She immigrated to Israel with her family as part of Operation Solomon. Zoma, aged 23 is one of seven siblings and her family resides in Rehovot. Seven years ago, thanks to the Jewish Agency's Atidim program, Zoma, a gifted student, began studying at the Technion and she is currently in her fourth year of study. Upon completing her studies, she will serve in the IDF as an army doctor.
Two and a half weeks ago, Zoma appeared before The Campaign Chairs and Directors (CCD) mission . She spoke about herself and the important contribution that the Atidim program made toward her academic achievements.
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