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TAMID students interact with Israeli economy

Not allowing the pandemic to slow them down this past year, the TAMID Group at Lehigh has pivoted to ensure its members the chance to develop business and entrepreneurial skills through interactions with the Israeli economy. 

The primary purpose of the club is to give students opportunities through hands-on interactions with the Israeli economy.

“TAMID offers a comprehensive education curriculum, consulting for Israeli startups, a student-run investment fund and a once-in-a-lifetime fellowship in Israel,” said Leeza Khalif, ‘23, president of the TAMID Group at Lehigh.

The TAMID Group, which recruits every fall and spring semester through an application and interview process, has faced…

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