Rabbi Shay Nave hosted Roni Kantor (05) for a conversation with young women from Nishmat College in Jerusalem, about gifts that the religious and secular worlds can give each other.

To Shay’s facebook post

Merav Even Chen Solomon (01) connected the graduates of the program with Oranim College as part of the school’s fourth annual Socio-Political Week, orchestrated by the students. The graduates took part in the various conversation circles and panels: Moshe (Kinley) Tur-Paz, Kher Albaz, Chen Arieli and Ran Yul (01); Michel Ben Shitrit and Amnon Rabinovitz (02); Anat Mufkadi (05); and of course Prof. Amit Schejter (02), president of Oranim College, who took an active part in this week’s activities. Thanks to the Co.Lab connections, there was also a representative of the Conservative Movement (thanks to Avi Novis Deutsch (01)) and of Be Free Israel (thanks to Uri Keidar (03))


Tomer Avital (02) and Yoni Tshuna(01) met at a Co.Lab alumni event and thought of doing something together, and so a fascinating podcast was born in which Tomer explores the connection between bullying in schools and Israeli politics. Yoni is one of the interviewees.

To the podcast


Bat Galim Share hosted Rodayna Badir (graduates of Co.Lab 03) on a national morning program about Rodayna’s new project, promoting technological enrichment for mothers from Arab society. For the interview