Kav Mashve

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 increasing Arab presence in places of employment is a win-win situation for Jews and Arabs alike: Employers will gain committed qualified employees and benefit from a diversity of thought and knowledge, Arab college graduates will gain equal opportunities and a chance to realize their potential, and Israeli society will implement principles of civil equality fundamental to a democratic state.

 

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED
PROGRAM NAME ISSUES/TAGS
Kav Mashve: Career Training Program for Arab High School Students
The Career Training Program for Arab High School Students is built on 4 hours in 10th grade, 16 hours in 11th grade and 21.5 hours in 12th  grade for career development program which targets Arab high school seniors throughout Israel. Each parti ...
Economic Development, Education, Employment, Negev Bedouin, job placement and training
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 ...
Education, Employment, Government, Negev Bedouin, job placement and training
Kav Mashve: Diversity Education Program within the Business Sector
This program aims to make a social change through changing perceptions and awareness in the business sector. We can certainly say that in 2014, we find more awareness to employment of Arab university graduates. In the public sector the employment rat ...
Economic Development, Education, Employment, Environment, Government, Media and Culture, job placement and training