Ruth Bader Ginsburg Scholarship
September 23, 2020
The members of NA’AMAT are greatly saddened by the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg was a true public servant. She will be missed in her important roles as trailblazer and champion of equality and justice for all.
In 2016, NA’AMAT USA awarded her with our prestigious Golda Meir Humanitarian Award for her lifetime of dedicated service, consistent efforts to improve the lives of women and her support of the State of Israel. In addition, NA’AMAT USA yearly awards professional scholarships to assist women in their attempts to break the “academic glass ceiling” that still challenges a woman’s ability to pursue the profession of her choice.
Among those scholarships is the Ruth Bader Ginsburg scholarship for those pursuing careers in the field of law and social justice. Through this scholarship and the continuing work of NA’AMAT USA, we hope to continue her fight for dignity, justice and the future of our nation.[ultimate_spacer height=”10″][vc_empty_space][vc_btn title=”DONATE NOW TO SUPPORT THE RBG SCHOLARSHIP” style=”custom” custom_background=”#d9b563″ custom_text=”#ffffff” shape=”round” size=”lg” align=”center” i_icon_fontawesome=”fas fa-balance-scale” add_icon=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Finterland3.donorperfect.net%2Fweblink%2FWebLink.aspx%3Fname%3DE152297%26id%3D48||target:%20_blank|”][vc_empty_space]
Excerpts From This Year’s RBG Scholarship Recipients.
Learning for her Master degree in administrative and civil law in the University of Haifa.
Born in 1982, living in Haifa, Married + 3. Mor is a licensed lawyer, working in Haifa municipality, at the human resource department as the vice of the head of the industrial relationship section manager. Mor also volunteers in the justice distribution association as part of her law studies. In 2000-2002 Mor served as a military infantry corps guide in the IDF.
Meital Zoe Nativ
In her second year of her BA in Laws and Social work learning in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Born in 1990, living in Jerusalem.
Meital Zoe is working in the NA’AMAT Legal office for her pre- apprenticeship. Meital Zoe volunteered in “Alumim” boarding school, working with 5-10 year old kids. She is also a member in the ISEF foundation – working for reducing educational gaps in society.
In 2009-2011 she serves as a non-commissioned welfare officer.
Nofar Bosena Senka
In her second year of her BA Law studies, at the “Ono Academic College”
Nofar was born in 1983 in Ethiopia and came to Israel when she was 2 years old.
She is divorced and lives in Bat Yam. Nofar is a night coordinator at NA’AMAT Glickman shelter; she was highly recommended to be a loyal and devoted worker with a meaningful contribution to the professional work at Glickman. In 2001-2002 Nofar worked in the ministry of health in Abu Kabir, as a part of her national service.
In her second year of her BA Law studies, at Netanya Academic College. Chen was born in 1996, and lives in Yokneam Illit. She works as a manager in “Perach tutorial project” in her hometown, in charge of 70 university students and 80 high school students. Chen has been volunteering in many projects that provide learning aid for kids from the Ethiopian community, kids at risk, helping Holocaust survivor and more. Chen served in an electronic division in the IDF intelligence corps.
She is in her second year of her BA Law studies, at the “Ono Academic College.” Tziona was born in 1988 in the U.S and made “Aliya” in 1991, she lives in Jerusalem. Tziona has a BA in communication from the Ariel University. She recently used to work in Ben-Gurion Airport in the passport check counter. In 2006-2008 as part of her national service, Tziona was a guide for youth at risk in a pre-nursery center in Ramot and also in “Mikve Israel”- village for youth at risk in Hulon.
Sigalit Levi Stamker
In her third year of her BA Law studies at “Sapir College,” Sigalit was born in 1974, she is divorced + 3, living in Beer Sheva. She has a BA in social science from the open university.
Sigalit is working as a typist in the district court of law in Beer Sheva. In 1992-1994 Sigalit served as a human resource coordinator in the IDF. In 2008 she was given an operational service ribbon for her military reserve duty in the second Lebanon war.[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space][vc_btn title=”DONATE NOW TO SUPPORT THE RBG SCHOLARSHIP” style=”custom” custom_background=”#d9b563″ custom_text=”#ffffff” shape=”round” size=”lg” align=”center” i_icon_fontawesome=”fas fa-balance-scale” add_icon=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Finterland3.donorperfect.net%2Fweblink%2FWebLink.aspx%3Fname%3DE152297%26id%3D48||target:%20_blank|”][vc_row][vc_column]