Where Career Meets
Olami JBiz is a campus career accelerator for Jewish students designed to bring collaboration, fun and purpose into your career path. You’ll also get the chance to meet leaders and mentors who value your ideas and share your values.
Find your perfect mentor and get professional guidance from them.
Retreats And Trips
Join networking weekends with peers and mentors as well as national and international experiences including winter trips to Dubai and Silicon Valley.
Members of the Board
Professor Dean Tzvi Dwolatzky
Director of Technion American Medical School
Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt
Chair of the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai South Nassau
Rabbi Professor Avraham Steinberg
Associate Clinical Professor of Medical Ethics at the Hebrew University–Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem
Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman
Professor of Emergency Medicine and Professor in the Division of Education and Bioethics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz
Physician and world-renowned expert in Jewish medical ethics
Dr. Deena Zimmerman
Medical Advisor to the Jerusalem Breastfeeding Center
Dr. Deena Zimmerman
Medical Advisor to the Jerusalem Breastfeeding Center, a doctor at TEREM and lactation consultant
Nurse at New York-Presbyterian Children’s Hospital
Learn From The Best In Business
Here are some of Olami’s Business mentors.
Olami JBiz is proud to have chapters across the USA
Olami JBiz is a national society designed for Jewish undergraduates to build their pre-professional network, learn from experienced Jewish professionals in various business fields and synthesize their professional aspirations with Jewish values.
Any Jewish undergraduate enrolled at a North American (U.S.) college or university with a goal of working in the business fields.
Students studying toward an eventual goal of practicing business, finance, real estate, economics, or other related fields qualify for JBIZ.
- Regular content posted on our private LinkedIn platform
- Monthly online talks from leading experts in various business fields
- Smaller local events through your college or university chapter
- Access to mentorship; premium internships in Israel and the United States
- Certifications in Jewish Business Ethics and other resume-building educational offerings
- Exclusive research projects, and publishing outlets; letters of recommendation;
- Leadership opportunities; and more!
No. JBiz is open to Jewish students regardless of education level, affiliation, beliefs or other distinctions. If you are open to the Jewish experience and interested in a high-level pre-professional peer network, JBiz is relevant to you.
Please note: Some of these are open to all members upon acceptance, while others may be contingent upon the level of engagement, and subject to further application processes over time.
Can’t find your chapter? Have questions? Feel free to be in touch!