Project Etgar is fundamentally a social and education endeavor of the Gruss Foundation in which students are integrated into challenging group and/or individual counseling positions with diverse groups, including at-risk children and adolescents, people with special needs, the elderly, and more.
Students commit to 2-3 weekly hours/ 70 yearly hours.
Participating students receive an annual scholarship of NIS 5,000 from the Joseph S. and Caroline Gruss Life Monument Fund for Assistance to I.D.F. Ex-servicemen.
Criteria for submitting your candidacy:
Students interested in submitting their candidacy to the project must meet the following criteria:
Registration for the 2019-2020 academic year opens on September 10, 2019
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Informational booklet “Project Etgar (Gruss Foundation) – 2019-2020
*Only qualified applicants will be answered.