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The Mayberg Family Charitable Foundation recently announced the second year of the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC), a grant initiative designed to stimulate and reward innovation in Jewish middle and high school education in North America. The JEIC supplies the opportunity for schools to partner using a grant for $50,000 to implement a paradigm shifting program. This stems from JEIC’s mission to create a new archetype of Jewish education to supplant the present ineffective models
Updated: Nov. 20, 2013
The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network (SPN) has launched #MakeItHappen, a new micro-grants initiative that invites individuals to submit ideas for creating Jewish experiences in their communities. Between October and December 2013, SPN will select up to 50 ideas from around the world to receive micro grants of up to $1,000. Five ideas could receive up to $5,000.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2013
Have great ideas to engage Jewish teens but never enough money to make it happen? The Department of Teen Engagement of the Jewish Education Project is pleased to announce the availability of micro-grants ranging from $500 - $1000 to support new initiatives for teen engagement in the Greater New York area.
Updated: Oct. 16, 2013
The Legacy Heritage Fund Announces a New Round Of SMART Board Grants as a Part of its SMART Board Project
Legacy Heritage Fund is pleased to announce the launch of a new round of the Legacy Heritage Fund SMART Board Project for Jewish day schools. The SMART Board Project will enable Jewish day schools to bring the power of SMART Board technology into their classrooms. Participating schools will receive one or more SMART Boards and staff training to achieve proficiency in the use of the equipment.
Updated: Oct. 06, 2013
The World Confederation of Jewish Community Centers (WCJCC), together with its partner organizations, is launching “Amitim-Fellows – A Global Leadership Network” – a three year program designed to develop a group of worldwide Jewish leaders who will bring the idea of Jewish Peoplehood to their communities and beyond. The program will engage and train a select group from 30 JCCs worldwide – ten from North America, ten from Israel, four from Latin America, three from Europe and three from FSU – to build new and innovative global partnerships.
Updated: Oct. 02, 2013
The Jewish Theological Seminary received a $2.67 million grant from the Avi Chai Foundation to implement its strategic plan at the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. JTS announced the funding this week for a Davidson School plan that includes providing resources to U.S. Jewish day schools, educators and leaders in Jewish education, as well as increasing its organizational capacity.
Updated: Aug. 21, 2013
The Schechter Day School Network, recently announced that it has secured $1.7 million from the Avi Chai Foundation and “a substantial challenge grant” from an anonymous foundation. Currently a department within the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Schechter is in the process of becoming an independent nonprofit.
Updated: Aug. 07, 2013
TAMRITZ, a digital badge learning network for Jewish Day Schools, announced today the first four schools selected to pioneer its connected learning community. The following schools will form TAMRITZ’s 2013-2014 cohort: Kehillah Schechter Academy, Norwood, MA, Krieger Schechter Day School, Baltimore, MD, The Moriah School, Englewood, NJ, Seattle Hebrew Academy, Seattle, WA.
Updated: Jun. 17, 2013
Recognizing the unique opportunities for engagement and education of the population of young Jews (both adults and children!), the Jim Joseph Foundation has awarded grants to a variety of Jewish early childhood education initiatives. As the foundation’s grantmaking has evolved, a particular area of focus is educator training.
Updated: May. 16, 2013
BOLD Day Schools will cultivate a cohort of innovative established Jewish day schools who are looking to lead the way toward the future of Jewish education through blended learning. Up to eight schools will be selected to design and implement sustainable and cost saving blended learning programs starting in the fall of 2013.
Updated: Apr. 28, 2013