Experiential learning through business in Israel.

Welcome to the Rutgers division of the international TAMID Group.

With unprecedented pacing in the world of technology comes a need to engage in business in new ways. Join us in developing solutions for fast-moving ventures and in meeting new challenges from experienced investors and entrepreneurs. We offer initiatives to engage in Israeli business and a strong network to aid in future development.


TAMID is a comprehensive business and technology group that uses Israel as an economic lens to consult leading companies on the forefront of innovation.

The best professional development opportunity at Rutgers University.

Our Initiatives



Weekly meetings provide opportunities to engage with practical business and finance techniques. We also host events where members and non-members alike attend breath-taking presentations on Israeli business by important investors and entrepreneurs.



We consult hot Israeli companies on the development of new business and strategy plans. This provides our members with a one-of-a-kind opportunity for experiential learning during the semester. TAMID has worked with over 100 Israeli companies.



Each summer, outstanding members from each chapter attend the TAMID Fellowship, an 8-week, expense-paid internship program in Tel Aviv. Fellows work with incredible tech companies and venture capital firms while spending their summer with like-minded students from across the US.



Josh Degen


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Sarah Pomeranz


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Mateo Juliani

Director of Investing



Amit Kukreja

Director of Consulting



Dina Fleyshmakher

Director of Marketing

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Andrew Kushnir

Director of Capital Management

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Jonathan Brauner

Director of Education


The Team

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7 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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The TAMID Group is a nonprofit organization that develops the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interaction with the Israeli economy.

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