All new members partake in a semester of interactive educational programming, presented by peers and working professionals, to learn about business leadership principles within Israel’s economic landscape.
Members advise Israeli companies on solutions to important business problems. Consultants are placed in project groups and work closely with CEOs of Israeli startups on market research and entry, web and app development, and much more.
In the Investment Fund program, teams conduct equity research and manage a stock portfolio. Members explore public and private Israeli and American companies and pitch them to investors and peers. Additionally, all TAMID chapters compete in a national investing competition.
Each summer, members have the opportunity to spend eight weeks in Israel on our all-expense-paid Fellowship, including an internship in Tel Aviv and a variety of programming to develop new skills and to experience the culture and land of Israel.