World ORT Organisation for educational Resourses and Technological training
Educating since 1880

ORT today

World ORT is one of the largest non-governmental education and training organizations in the world with activities in more than 100 countries past and present with current operations in Israel, the CIS and Baltic States, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

It is a non-profit, not-political organization that meets the educational, and manpower training needs of contemporary society with more than 3,000,000 graduates worldwide since its inception. ORT was founded in St Petersburg in Tsarist Russia in 1880 to provide employable skills for Russia’s impoverished Jewish people. Since that time, the skills taught by ORT have evolved in step with technology.


ORT’s mission is to work for the advancement of Jewish and other people through training and education; to provide communities wherever they are, with the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with the complexities and uncertainties of their environment; to foster economic self-sufficiency, mobility and a sense of identity through use of state-of-the-art technology.


Through International Cooperation programmes, ORT supports non-sectarian economic and social development in under-developed parts of the world, with vocational training and the provision of technical assistance.





Cisco Network Academy at ORT Moscow Technology School is announced the best

Cisco Network Academy at ORT Moscow Technology School is announced the best among school academies in Russia in 2015-2016 academic year.


New equippment gives new facilities and opportunities

This academic year thanks to the ORT support "ORT-KesherNet" Center in Tula has established the new equipment. Community leaders and Center's staff noted a number of positive changes in the activity of the Center.


Spectacular gains – Grand-Prize and prize-winning in two nominations

School student of the First Moscow Educational Complex (Moscow ORT Technology College) Egor Alexandrov won the final of the 14th Christmas Festival of digital interactive installations.


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