English speakers will have all their questions answered at this mega event
JERUSALEM, July 7, There are a myriad of challenges that the Anglo community in Israel faces including financial concerns, difficulties with navigating Israeli bureaucracies, social integration and employment worries. Many are left with a long list of questions and concerns about life in Israel.
For its fourth year, www.theevent.org.il will break down the barriers challenging the English-speaking community. On August 14 from 11 AM-8 PM, Binyanei HaUma will open its doors to a jam-packed day of information, networking and fun for the whole family.
The Event 2014 will be bigger and better than ever before. Participants are urged to bring their CV to the newly expanded employment fair, which will feature dozens of top-notch Israeli companies and organizations from across a broad spectrum of fields. Experts will be on site to recommend suitable interview techniques, oleh rights, and useful employment bureaus and websites.
Additionally, informative and exciting workshops take place throughout the day on a wide variety of topics including healthy eating, housing, networking, the economy and even a professional sushi making session. The Event will feature a free kids’ zone as well as babysitting to keep the children entertained.
The Event will feature special appearances by Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and other dignitaries. “We project this year’s Event to be the most resourceful one yet,” stated Gidon Katz, Vice President of Business Development of IMP Group Ltd. “We have reviewed feedback from past participants and implemented proper changes to improve the current program. I can say with confidence that we have developed an expo which fully addresses the needs of the Anglo community.”
Participants who register early will enjoy bypassing all the lines at The Event! To register for The Event and for more information, please visit www.theevent.org.il. Additionally, you can check out our Facebook and Twitter pages for further updates.
And while you’re there, come visit the Jewish Press booth!
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