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Posted: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 12:23 pm

Last week, 170 Jewish American and Israeli teens gathered in Los Angeles for the Israeli American Council Eitanim Summer Hackathon, where groups of teens developed solutions to real-world challenges while receiving advice and training from mentors.

“We believe that pioneering programs like IAC Eitanim can close the gaps between Israel and American Jewry by using ‘Israeliness’ and the inspiration of Israeli entrepreneurship as a secret sauce,” said Shoham Nicolet, IAC co-founder and CEO. “Students complete our IAC Eitanim program with vital leadership skills, a new imagination for innovation and a deepened connection to their Jewish roots.”

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