The MAOZ Employment Joint Venture trains and connects valued, professional and mamlachti (common-good behaviors and actions) senior leaders. The program focuses on identifying fellows from the field of employment that come from the social, governmental, municipal, private and media sectors and represent the diverse population groups across the Israeli society

The training is based on meaningful learning and constant synergy among theory, reality, and experience in an effort to create lasting change in the field of employment. By working on leaders’ self-identity and values, and by receiving professional tools, the leaders are able to address the burning  internal social and economic challenges of Israel and strengthen its socio-economic resilience

Program Vision

Build a network of social change leaders from a diverse sectors and communities in Israeli society working to advance mamlachtiut (common good behaviors and actions) and strengthen Israel’s socio-economic resilience' with a focus on the field of employment.

Program Goals

Mamlachti Leadership

Promoting mamlachti, multi-sectoral and multi-systematic leadership that is capable of leading change processes to advance Israel’s socio-economic resilience.


Promoting leadership in the Network, building trust, developing professional tools and creating partnerships for driving change

Capacity to Lead Change

Developing personal abilities and the capacity to lead- change.

Program Content

Approximately seven weeks of intensive learning (about 45 days) spread throughout the year, including two weeks in the U.S., one of them at Harvard Business School.

“On the Job Training” format that allows the fellows to continue working while participating in the program, allowing them to immediately apply their knowledge and skills to real-world situations.

Peer learning and shared consultation regarding challenges faced by the fellows in their professional positions.

The program includes lectures and tours around Israel, meetings with inspirational figures and with senior Israeli leaders from the academic, business, public and social sectors. These meetings and the corresponding exposure to the challenges and opportunities of Israeli society, together with a constant and fruitful discourse of peer learning, create new knowledge, ways of thinking and a more lucid view of the future.

Admissions process

A synchronized admissions process across the ADVOT, MAKOM and MAOZ Employment Venture, in order to pool resources and enable an ideal match between candidates and programs, will open in Spring 2020.

  • The registration for the next admissions process will launch in spring 2020.
  • The admissions process includes four stages; at each stage, we summon the most qualified candidates from the previous stage:

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