PEJE believes that Jewish day schools are essential for fostering an engaged Jewish people for an enduring future. PEJE is dedicated to impacting the day school field by offering knowledge and resources to foster financial sustainability and affordability.
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Amanda Shechter, admission professional, speaks about her feelings for PEJE.
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"[H]ow much encouragement to pursue a career in Jewish education do young adults receive from their parents, the Jewish professionals they meet or the community’s lay leaders?" asks a new post in EJewish Philanthropy. "How many young adults will not even hear about the possibility of becoming a Jewish educator as they are grappling during those post-college odyssey years with decisions about what direction to take in their lives? And how often will talented adolescents and young adults interested in serving the Jewish people hear about other avenues of service, but not about being educators in schools, camps, youth programs and other places where Jews learn? Learn more ›
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.
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In a world where information comes at us from too many directions, the PEJE Facebook page has become a central place to find relevant content all in one place, connect with schools and individuals who are doing things you want to know about, and get ideas for communicating with your own audiences.
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