18 AMIT Fred Kahane students earn legal administration diplomas
Eighteen young women earned their diplomas in legal administration at a festive ceremony this week at AMIT Fred Kahane Technological High School in Ashkelon, one of the network’s vocational schools, which give students an opportunity to get an education and gain lifelong skills.
The 18 young women began their studies in 9th grade and continued through grade 13, considered to be the school’s small junior college program.
Throughout the program, the girls learned how to manage legal information systems, about the courts system, and administrative skills they can use in government offices and law firms.
Ashkelon Mayor Tomer Glam and the dean of the junior college Varda Corem handed out the diplomas before an audience that included Fred Kahane Principal Yitzhak Abarjel, retired judge Nehama Netzer, and other dignitaries from the AMIT network and religious education administration.
They were joined by a visiting school principal from Germany, who is part of an 11-person delegation of principals to Israel. They came to visit AMIT schools and witness their innovative approach to education.