Moshe Kaptowsky is a 30-year-old who, for the last three years, has been living in Jerusalem. Moshe loves Jerusalem and plans on staying. In the future, he would like to lead and initiate employment and social programs that will improve human capital in Israel in both the business and social arenas, while also maintaining profitability and cooperation between the public and private sectors. For the past two years, Moshe has been the Deputy CEO of the internship program at Ruach Chadasha (New Spirit). He was a reserve CH-53 helicopter pilot in the Israeli Air Force, and as an undergraduate, majored in Middle East and Islamic studies from the Hebrew University. Moshe strives for excellence and is eager to learn and grow both personally and professionally. As a manager, he cultivates interpersonal relationships and teamwork and leads people to success in business and social projects. Every year, more and more middle and upper class residents of Jerusalem leave the city. Joining them are 70% of the city’s academic graduates who primarily leave the city due to a lack of suitable employment opportunities. The goal of the internship project that Moshe manages is to give Jerusalem students valuable professional experience, help them make essential business contacts and increase their chances of finding a job in Jerusalem upon completion of their studies. Many of these students come from low socio-economic backgrounds or are olim hadashim (new immigrants). New Spirit offers them a personalized empowerment program and small scholarships. This is a unique and by far the biggest and most advanced program of its kind in the country. Approximately 1,000 interns have successfully completed the program; a fact that has led both the Hebrew University and other colleges to take over different parts of the program.