In “Miftan Ha’Schahar” entrepreneurship and jewelry workshop, about 20 students learn — in addition to their regular studies — the principles and skills of jewelry craftsmanship.

Jewlery making craftmanship

In the workshop they train, create, and are rewarded for their work. The purpose of the program is to assist our students in acquiring new skills, as well as aiding in their integration into the job market.  These goals are met in a professional and supportive environment.

Jewelry making

The students work in two groups, “Ravid”, a Hebrew word for necklace  and “Adi”, a Hebrew word for Jewelry. Both word appear in the Bible in the Book of Ezekiel 16:11 “I adorned you with ornaments, put bracelets on your hands and a necklace around your neck“.

Star of David Medallion         Deer pendant gold closeup       Butterfly gold medallion

In these two groups the students design and create necklaces, bracelets, rings, keychains, and other products from silver, Alpaca, and other materials.