Mentoring Program

The Reichman University Alumni Association's Mentoring Program is a unique program designed to help recent graduates receive guidance from experienced veteran alumni. The program focuses on empowerment and personal development, regardless of the graduate's field of study or work.

    • Nir Aharon

      BA graduate of Economic & IDCBeyond program 2014,2018

    • Netzer Neve

      BA & MA graduate of Economic & IDCBeyond program 2014,2016,2018

    • Yaron Cherny

      LLB graduate of Law and a BA graduate of Business Administration, 199

    • Maya Reuveni

      MBA graduate 2007

    • Etel Behar

      MA graduate of Organizational Behavior & Development 2013

    • Sapir Nachmany

      LLB graduate of Law and a BA graduate of Business Administration, 2015

    • Ori Luzia

      BA graduate of Psychology, 2015

    • Noa Dahan

      BA graduate of Government, 2016

About The Program


The Mentoring Program is a unique program designed to help recent graduates across all disciplines hone their passion through guidance from experienced veteran alumni. Unlike other programs, which often match students and mentors based on a particular field of interest or industry commonality, this program focuses on growth and development in times of personal change or professional uncertainty once already established in the community and workplace.

The program duration is six months and participation is on a volunteer bases. Approximately 15 recent graduates are selected and individually matched with a veteran alumnus, often times a top level CEO or executive. The participants are able to consult their mentor on a daily basis for personal, professional or economic dilemmas and hope to receive tools for navigating towards success.

Quotes From Our Alumni:


  • "For six months I got to know deeply a great man who taught me a lot about himself and myself" -Ben Tick, Class of 2016.
  • "It's a very meaningful and challenging experience because you have to be able to not only get the advice, but also to apply it. It is not always easy and sometimes I find myself doing things that I only used to dream of before" -Nitzan Or-Kedrai, Class of 2014.
  • "For me, the mentoring program is more important than a whole semester of studies. The process was very meaningful for me and taught me a great deal about myself, my aspirations and my abilities. I am thankful for the opportunity to participate and strongly recommend applying for the program" -Rotem Yosef, Class of 2014.