The Reichman University Alumni Association's Mentoring program

intended for all alumni, launches its second class

19 March

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From CEOs and entrepreneurs of leading companies to senior law firms’ lawyers: The Reichman University Alumni association's “Mentoring” program launches its second session this week. The program, which has been a huge success already in its first session, is considered to be the flagship program of the Reichman University Alumni Association. This program presents the vision of building a strong alumni network in which graduates will act for one another. The goal of this program is to connect between market leaders and Reichman University alumni, providing them with different tools and guidance for self-utilization and better integration into the modern market. During the program, chosen alumni get a personal accompanying and guidance by a senior-professional graduate that will be a “volunteering mentor”. The “Mentoring” program is all about experiencing, promotion, growth and self-personification.

Adv. Chen Herschkowitz-Ohayon, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, says that “the mentoring program derived directly from the Reichman University Alumni Association’s vision. It’s exciting to lead the mentor-electing process next to an amazing team – and mainly to accompany those graduates into a life-changing procedure which starts in a 6 months guidance.”

The “Mentoring” program's founders are Nir Aharon and Netzer Nave, graduates of the Tiomkin School of Economics. “The ones that can join the program are the 'Mentees', Reichman University alumni who have at least a three-year professional experience after their graduation”, says Nir and Netzer. “The tutors are mentors that come from various fields, people who already paved their way into the market successfully. From CEOs and senior entrepreneurs to the best lawyers in the market, every graduate will be matched with the most suitable mentor for him/her.” Furthermore, the two explain that “every week there are meetings between the mentors and the young ‘Mentees’. In addition, the core program meetings are: the launching event, four guiding meetings and closing event.”

This year, twenty alumni who are paired will take part in the program. The participants are: Hagit Bechor, Union Bank; Tal Feldman; Dani Peled, KDC Media Fund; Guy Berkowitz, Waze; Raz Friedman, Playtika; Michal Fischl                                     er-Mond, Peninsula Growth Fund; Ran Radjeviski, Real-estate entrepreneur; Maya Reuveni, SOC Lab Manager, Bar-Ilan University; Tomer Moshe-Cohen, Adidas; Yaron Cherni, Teva Israel; Iris Galzan-Keinan, VisionBIT; Yariv Peretz, ERPdex; Kobi Shalom, “Klal” Insurance; Omer Mor, ZAG-SW; Dror Dotan, Ta’abura Holdings; Yochai Korem, CYBERBIT; Efrat Sheprut, Opportunity Fund; Ronit Ben-Ezri, Campion’s Motors; Nir Amzal, HAP Venture Fund; Joanna Landau, Vibe Israel.