High-quality, text-based, interactive Jewish study through a world-class curriculum that informs and inspires people from all knowledge-levels and backgrounds.
Leveraging resources to transform teaching and learning in Miami Jewish day schools.
Help advance Jewish early childhood education through professional development and thought leadership.
Transforming Jewish learning through experience, creativity, and community.
Diller Miami: Creating a global network of Jewish leaders, with a lifetime commitment to their communities, Israel, the Jewish people, and to making the world a better place.
A two-week international experience where teens from around the world come together to bear witness to the destruction of the Holocaust in Poland and then travel to Israel to rejoice in the Jewish Homeland.
MJFF aims to create greater cultural understanding, promote tolerance, and encourage artistic development and excellence by strengthening communities through the arts, and by provoking thought through film.
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Over the centuries, most of humanity responded to the disabled in others ways, by turning their backs to them, preferring to blame them in some ways for their disabilities rather than make the effort to strengthen the human connection that binds each to all.
As we were looking at the reflection of the water and the giant, forty foot-high outstretched sculpture of a tattooed arm and hand reaching skyward at Federation’s Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach, the New World School of the Arts violinists began to play the Schindler’s List Theme, originally performed by Itzhak Perlman.
CAJE's Yearly Impact
30,288Number of Adults
6,966Number of Children and Teens
626Number of Teachers and Youth Professionals
40Number of Schools