ConnecTLV offers a 3-session employment workshop, focused on identifying your strengths as an applicant, building a CV tailor-made to the Israeli market-place, and marketing your portfolio during in-person interviews. The workshop, conducted in English, is offered on three consecutive Sunday evenings at the comfortable and centrally-located ConnecTLV Lounge, Ha-Hashmona’im 99, first floor, for an incredible, subsidized rate of just 100 NIS.
The workshop registration fee includes full access to ConnecTLVs supplementary services, including meeting with an employment counselor, translating CVs and resumes into Hebrew, full-time access to the Employment Center resources and stall, and finding a professional mentor who will help you orient yourself in your sector.
Upcoming workshop will be held on 15, 22 and 30 December
To register, please contact us at:
Personal meeting with an employment counselor
After the completion of the employment workshop, the participant will be assigned an employment counselor who will contact him/her to arrange an initial meeting. The employment counselor will provide the participant with individual assistance in the process of seeking employment and help in adapting his/her resume to the Israeli market.
Hebrew Translation of CVs and Resumes
The participant’s resume will be translated into Hebrew after it has been reviewed by an employment counselor. The translation is limited to 1 page.
Employment Consulting by "Kishurim" Consulting Center
Kishurim Consulting Center serves Olim ages 18-35 who have come to Israel alone.
The center provides social, economic and employment services.
With the partnership between ConnecTLV and Kishurim, olim are entitled to the following services:
- Individual consulting and guidance on finance.
- Personal academic consulting.
- Pre and Post Military Service counseling
Professional Mentoring- connecting you to success in Israel
Looking to network in your professional field?
The ConnecTLV project gives you an exclusive opportunity to expand your professional network through dozens of experts in various fields of work. These professionals and experts have worked in their field for many years and have thus volunteered themselves to help ConnecTLV participants! This is a great way of improving your chances of getting a job and getting to know the ins and outs of any field!
Professions offered in this service include:
Law, Architecture, High-Tech, Real Estate, Telecommunications, Media, Press Release, Hotel and Tourism, Environment, Marketing and Sales, Finance and Accounting, Non-profit, Graphic Design, Engineering, English Teaching, Social Work, Psychology, Psychiatry, Cellular etc…..
To use this service you are required to have attended the ConnecTLV Employment Workshop- a basic training on how to search for a job in Israel.
The workshop is free for new olim and MASA participants in Tel Aviv.
Because the workshop is designed to give participants as much one-on-one feedback as possible. Space is limited to 15 people and pre-registration is required.
Business Entrepreneurship and Assistance in Promoting a Business
JAFI, in cooperation with the IBC (Israel Business Connection) provides assistance and support at a subsidized rate to new immigrants interested in opening a business in Israel. Any Oleh is eligible for a personal meeting with a business consultant who will assist him in opening a business in Israel.
The Ministry of Aliyah and Absorption offers a benefits package to encourage businesses and entrepreneurship among new immigrants and returning residents. The program assists those interested in establishing a new business, expanding an existing enterprise, or transferring a business from overseas. For more info click here or set a meeting with IBC counselor:
To set a meeting with IBC counselor, please register here: http://www.israelbusiness.org.il/form
Meeting a Labor law attorney
Labor laws differ from country to country. Do you have a question about the labor laws in Israel?
If so, ConnecTLV offers you a free attorney consultation.
Please set up a meeting with an attorney Gil Bar-Zohar at