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When Raphael Gal was selected for an internship this summer at Israeli software development company Tobeweb (which builds websites, mobile apps, and databases for other companies), he was assigned to the three-person Android team. His main task? Creating an Android app for one of their clients, real estate company Tashuv—a start-up that offers property management and rental services for residents of Israel.
Don Cohen, a Rambam Mesivtah graduate, said he chose LCM because he wanted a program that excels in both sides of a dual curriculum. “I wanted a program that would give me a strong secular education along with a serious beis meidrash program,” explained Cohen who spent two years after high school in Israel at Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh. “I also wanted a small program where I could get a lot of attention.”
How did you decide on a career in computer science? Is this something you always had a passion for? Experiencing the forefront of human innovation has always been something I find extremely exhilarating. For me, directly contributing to these advancements was the primary motivator for my selection of computer science. I don’t see a career as solely a means of making money, I would like to improve the world in significant and creative ways.
What’s it like to work at one of New York’s premier asset management firms? Ask Lander College for Men student Moshe Losev. This past summer, Losev was a software development intern with Alliance Bernstein in New York City.