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.
What PEJE Means to Me
Amanda Shechter, admission professional, speaks about her feelings for PEJE.
If you're interested in what endowment can accomplish for your Jewish day school, you'll want to read the Generations LA Impact Report as well as the Russel Generations Baltimore Impact Report. Both provide a detailed look at what Generations, PEJE's premier, three-year, endowment-building initiative, has accomplished. Happy reading. Learn more ›
I have been working on this $10 million dollar project for two plus years, and next week we are breaking ground on the project. It is all very exciting!
At times like this I always like to think retrospectively and thank those that helped me reach my aspirational goals. I am very appreciated of everything PEJE has taught me over the years. I especially want to thank you for always being available to offer guidance and support. Thank you so much!
Jewish Day Schools can be successful if they are not afraid to dream, and follow best practices that organizations like PEJE teach.
Dr. Richard Cuenca, Head of School, David Posnack Jewish Day School Learn more ›
Due to the severe weather in Boston, the PEJE offices will be closed on Tuesday, January 27. Many employees will be on their email during the day, however connectivity may be interrupted. Stay warm and safe if you are in the Northeast.