Kav Mashve: Career Training Center

Kav Mashve: Career Training Center

The Career Training Center was established in order to develop career aspirations and gain practical skills in developing careers and provide equal opportunities for career development among Arab university students and graduates.

Kav Mashve’s Career Training Center develops a prestigious knowledge and training center  assisting Arab university students and graduates in changing their attitudes about career development; acquiring the necessary skills to effectively search for, apply to, interview and effectively integrate into positions within the job market; and gaining employment commensurate with their qualifications.  
Services Provided by the Career Training Center
• Individualized training in job interviewing is offered to selected job candidates.
•Career development courses impart a variety of skills to job candidates which assist them in securing employment.
•Employment Conferences and Career Marathon Days are carried out in conjunction with colleges, universities and local Arab municipalities in order to impart career development skills to a larger number of Arab university students and graduates.

 
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Kav Mashve
Kav Mashve's vision is to promote a business environment that is open and provides equal opportunity to Arab university graduates, thus substantially increasing the number of Arab graduates employed in businesses (both private and public) in suitable positions and with appropriate compensation Kav Mashve was established in response to the grim reality of low employment rates of Arab college graduates in professional positions in Israel's business community. Kav Mashve believes that incre ...
The Israel Council for Higher Education
The Council for Higher Education (CHE) is a statutory corporation that was established by the Higher Education Law 5718-1958 (CHE Law) to draw up policy for the higher education system in the State. The CHE ensure the autonomy of the institutions of higher education to conduct their academic and administrative affairs, within the framework of their budgets; and (2) that at least two-thirds of the Council members will be selected because of their personal standing in the field of higher educ ...