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Now 28 years later (and 22 years living in Israel), I think about how Orot influenced me, how it impacted me and was influential in making me the woman I am today.
“If the mountain doesn’t come to Mohammed, Mohammed will go to the mountain.” A personal report by Aliza Lipsker, Coordinator of the Teacher Training Program for the Diaspora at Orot Israel College
A personal review by Orot Israel College's Dr. Avia Gutman, Director of the Special Education course and Ms. Rachel Bartov – Coordinator of the Practical Work program.
I still look back on my year at Orot as one of the best, most enriching experiences of my life. Being surrounded by such quality people made the biggest difference in my transition from high school kid to adult.
The primary objective of the program is to train teachers in a unique Torah atmosphere and in the spirit of National Religious Education, with the aim to enable the students, most of whom are already teachers in practice, to enrich their domains of education and research.
I should like to dedicate these few lines to the last of the Chagim of the High Holiday period, Chag HaSukkot. 
Through Orot Israel College's library website, one can access databases that contain articles and books in their full text, and the library staff is available to help every student or lecturer use these databases.
During these unusual times, we find ourselves in the twilight of the 5780 academic year and its exams, with the hope for a new dawn that will light up the new academic year, 5781.