PEJE believes that day schools are essential for fostering an engaged Jewish people for an enduring Jewish future. To flourish, Jewish day schools must be destinations of choice for students, families, and philanthropic investment.

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Amanda Shechter, admission professional, speaks about her feelings for PEJE.

The Four Questions for Amy Schiffman

If you’re new to day school development, you’ll want to talk to Amy Schiffman of Giving Tree Associates. With more than two decades of experience in the nonprofit world, Schiffman knows her way around this topic. In fact, she’s running Track A for rookies at Enrichment: Strategies for the 21st Century Day School Development Program, PEJE’s late July development conference for development directors and their Heads of School. The questions below will give you newbies a taste of her wisdom. Go on, take a sample!

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Kim Hirsh

Thank you, PEJE for your unparalleled devotion and passion to uplifting, strengthening, and in many ways transforming Jewish day school education. I know there is so much left to be done, but it is almost mind-boggling to think of where the field is today compared to where it was in 1996. Kim Hirsh Development Officer. Learn more ›


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