Gil Tankus – My Lamerhav experience

Lamerhav was a place where I could be at the center. A place where I felt that I could evolve in the direction I wanted to go, and yet, explore other possibilities in a containing environment. Lamerhav was a fun place, a place where I could just hang

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Mor Sasportas

My name is Mor Sasportas, I’m 28, I hold a BA in Behavioral Sciences and I am a personal coach, mentoring young adults, especially students and graduates of boarding schools, in the early stages of their independent lives. I succeeded in fulfilling my career dream thanks to Lamerhav and the

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Ella Zhitomirsky Hemi

My Name is Ella Zhitomirsky Hemi, I’m 33, married to Yaniv and mother to Yuval (5) and Idan (2). I am an educational consultant and a doctoral student at Bar-Ilan University, aspiring to become a teacher and do research in the academic world. I arrived at Lamarhav after graduating from

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Nili Jazara

My name is Nili Jazara, I’m 29, currently at the end of my BA studies in the Government and Politics track, combined with Beit Berl and the Open University. These days I am finishing my work, after three and a half years as a counselor of a shelter (“Diurit”, as

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Temesgen Sanbato

My name is Temesgen Sanbato, I am an operational chef at M25, a theater actor and a graduate of Lamerhav. The story of how I got to Lamerhav is a special one, that will always be a part of my life. I arrived at Lamerhav thanks to an incredible woman

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Guy Bavian-Danks

My name is Guy Danks, I’m 35, and I have been living in Las Vegas, USA, for the past 10 years. I am married to Dustin, and am the mother of Emma (4) and Harrison (2). In Israel, I studied at the College of Management in Rishon Lezion and hold

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Michael Beck

Michale Beck, a Lamerhav graduate, is studying sculpting, painting and drawing at Bezalel Academy and is still debating his direction in the art world. “It’s very dynamic and evolving”, he says. “I’ve been in boarding schools since age 5, and that was really my starting point and my grasp on

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