Inclusion Through Education
Over 100 asylum seekers have been enrolled in language learning courses so far in 2019.
Pre- Academic Studies
The ARDC is currently working with 61 asylum-seekers in their journey to achieve a secondary, high-school equivalent, education.
In the first half of 2019, forty-one asylum-seekers have received university assistance from ARDC.
Our clients are able to enjoy tutoring services provided by volunteers at no cost––adding an additional layer to each of our branches of education. Locals, internationals, and asylum-seekers alike volunteer their time to give one-on-one lessons to asylum-seekers interested in learning a language that will help them adjust to life in Israel.
Topics include language classes, preparation
for pre-academic tests, assistance with
university materials, and even DJing and
graphic design classes. It is a wonderful way
for members of the asylum-seeking
community to help one another, and in the
process, for others to build friendships and
personal acquaintances with community
Over 68 matches have been made in a variety of subjects between tutors and students in 2019.