Emunah Israel Appleman College Of Arts And Technology
Years of Educating
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Today, it has grown into a unique academic institution, boasting over 500 students. The College is the only place in the world where an observant young woman can earn a degree in the teaching of fine arts, graphic design or, theater studies, while remaining faithful to her religious convictions. The 4 year B.Ed program of career-oriented studies, enables these young women to become economically independent and productive citizens, experts in their field and highly qualified teachers. They are renowned for their professionalism and are indeed sought after by schools, private companies and public institutions throughout Israel.
In today’s difficult economic climate, more students are finding it impossible to pay full tuition. Emunah is committed to getting them the financial assistance and scholarships they need in order to succeed. No talented student should be turned away because she lacks the funds for an education.
In addition, within the Appleman College, Emunah operates the Charlotte Dachs Mechina Program, an academic preparatory program, giving new hope to students who could not finish high school due to severe financial and/or personal challenges. This unique program, helps them to prepare for higher education. Every young woman in Israel, regardless of their socio-economic background deserves the opportunity to succeed educationally. Emunah meets this need.

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Women who are confident, educated and religiously grounded are the foundation to a healthy society and stable families. Attending and graduating from one of Israel’s leading colleges for religious women has empowered thousands of women since the 1950s.

“Train/educate a child in the way (s)he should go; even when (s)he is old (s)he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

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