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About the Foundation

The Beyachad Foundation was established in 2015 by Stella and Yoel Carasso and their three children, Daphna, Michal and Oded. The Foundation's activities are a continuation of the family's longstanding philanthropy.

The Beyachad Foundation seeks to create demand among young adults for education and employment in Practic-Tech vocations. "Practic-Tech" is a term we coined that will spearhead the desired change, which in essence means advancing all vocations that combine technological thinking and knowledge with applied technical skills.
Beyachad concentrates its activities in the fields of machining, electrical wiring and construction through investments in technical education, vocational training and practical engineering degree programs at technical colleges and trade schools in Israel, aimed primarily at young adults aged 18 and older.
Technical education and working in Practic-Tech vocations enable young adults to achieve social mobility, while at the same time boosting productivity in related fields in industry, commerce and services and strengthening the Israeli economy.

The Beyachad Foundation was established in 2015 by Stella and Yoel Carasso and their three children, Daphna, Michal and Oded. The Foundation's activities are a continuation of the family's longstanding philanthropy.

The Beyachad Foundation seeks to create demand among young adults for education and employment in Practic-Tech vocations. "Practic-Tech" is a term we coined that will spearhead the desired change, which in essence means advancing all vocations that combine technological thinking and knowledge with applied technical skills.
Behead concentrates its activities in the fields of machining, electrical wiring and construction through investments in technical education, vocational training and practical engineering degree programs at technical colleges and trade schools in Israel, aimed primarily at young adults aged 18 and older.
Technical education and working in Practic-Tech vocations enable young adults to achieve social mobility, while at the same time boosting productivity in related fields in industry, commerce and services and strengthening the Israeli economy.

The Foundation leads initiatives to enhance the ties employers maintain with technical colleges and trade schools in Israel. This includes greater involvement in developing the curriculum and investment in teaching infrastructure and faculty, in addition to creating opportunities for students to intern and work at their companies while still in school and after they graduate. Beyachad also backs the development of study programs and supports the technical colleges and trade schools themselves in terms of learning infrastructure, teaching quality, and enlisting social organizations and other foundations to be part of the effort. We encourage research that influences public policy in this area and recruit partners from different sectors to advance technical education for Israelis aged 18 and older in general. Coupled with the Foundation's growing expertise in the field of technical education-vocational training for young adults, the members of the Carasso family also support programs in other areas that are close to their hearts.