March 7, 2017

Why Coding is the new form of Feminism

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The year is 2017, and we are getting ready once again to mark the International Women’s Day. It seems like in the last years we have made real progress in the way the Israeli industry welcomes women into the tech field and the impact those women make. We’ve seen various organizations established to empower women in the industry and pivot the numbers of different influential women that were brought to the spotlight due to their talents, stories and the impact they had. From Kira Radinsky to Maxine Fassberg, no doubt that the news was full(er) with these women’s success stories.

So let’s talk “tachles” about the real opportunity that changes the path for the young women today.

Blog post by Alisa Warshavsky-Harmon, Head of Training @ Israel Tech Challenge


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November 13, 2016
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A Day at Microsoft Israel HQ is a Day Well Spent

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There are perks to being an alumna of the Israel Tech Challenge. You meet inspirational people, have access to exciting new projects, and can sneak extra free drinks at happy hours. But the perk of getting first-hand, behind-the-scenes experiences in the Israeli technology industry is very special. So when I was asked if I wanted to go hang out at the Microsoft office in Herzliya for a day, the former-Seattleite in me couldn’t say no.

Blog by Lauren Glass, Israel Tech Challenge Fellows 2015 Alumna


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September 15, 2016

All the Aliyah: Shoutout to our New Olim!

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As our summer comes to a close here at Israel Tech Challenge, we reflect on what is the end of the meaningful experiences in our programs for our Fellows, Interns, and Boot Campers of 2016 – but we also celebrate a new beginning for our alumni who have recently chosen to make Aliyah, move to Israel, and continue working and thriving in the Israeli startup nation! (more…)

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