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TAMID Fellowship, a retrospective
by Suzy Weiss

The further I get away from this past summer, the more I am appreciative of all that the TAMID Fellowship was....

Reflecting on the TAMID Fellowship
by Matt Caplan

My name is Matt Caplan and I am a junior studying finance. I was lucky enough to be a part of Fellowship 2016...

Why the TAMID Fellowship...
by Shira Kitay

I’ve been traveling to Israel since I was one month old, so the country has always been a very personal place for me, a home away from home.

TAMID Fellowship, a retrospective
by Matan Skolnik (10.12.15)

Last April, when considering where to work during the TAMID Fellowship, I didn't think I wanted to work at a small company.

Reflecting on the TAMID Fellowship
by Erin Sharfman (10.12.15)

The TAMID Fellowship 2015 was truly an incredible, once in a lifetime experience that combined hands on entrepreneurial experience...

Why the TAMID Fellowship...
by Ariel Isaacson (10.12.15)

The fellowship was the best summer of my life. I was able to go to a place that I have been to many times and experience it in a whole new light.

Hotdogs, Startups, and the Simple Act of Living Life
by Ariella Kattler Kupetz (7.18.14)

We’ve reached the halfway point of the TAMID Fellowship and it’s time to reflect on the past month.

Israeli Startup Outbrain Launching Wall Street IPO
by Zachary Rosen (4.8.14)

The Israeli startup Outbrain is seeking to raise $100 million dollars through a US Initial Public Offering (IPO), which would value the company at more than $1 billion dollars total.

US’ Overseas Private Investment Corporation approves $250 Million Loan for Solar Plant in Israel
by Andrew Lang (4.1.14)

Last week, the United States again backed Israeli business and entrepreneurship, this time through a $250 million loan to Ashalim Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant.