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With a New Year Comes New Beginnings

Sep 24, 2021

With a New Year Comes New Beginnings

After a meaningful evaluation process, the International Diller Teen Fellows program and the Helen Diller Family Foundation have a new look that reflects the spirit of the participants from all over the World. With the fresh new look comes Miami’s Cohort 9 (2021-22), which kicked off with their first workshop last Sunday.
Traveling with Variants: Our MOTL - Covid-19 Dilemma

Sep 17, 2021

Traveling with Variants: Our MOTL - Covid-19 Dilemma

Last week, the International March of the Living — CAJE’s partner that makes all flight, hotel, and ground arrangements for the travel component of the MOTL program— announced that it is committed to holding a March physically in Poland and Israel. They have not provided us with pricing yet, but that is only one of the many items that needs to be determined before our teens can travel.
Adult Learning: Offering More Than Classes

Sep 10, 2021

Adult Learning: Offering More Than Classes

When a person seeks to find personal meaning in Judaism, the one who guides him/her is key. Our Melton & More faculty shape the lives of our learners by creating powerful spaces for inquiry, discovery and connection.
Say “Thank You” to a Jewish Educator!

Sep 3, 2021

Say “Thank You” to a Jewish Educator!

A typical day for a Jewish Head of school is much more than sitting in an office, taking phone calls, or doling out discipline for problem students. A head of school wears many hats and has a staggering list of responsibilities that would astound and alarm most people.
Pivoting into Rosh HaShanah and A New School Year

Aug 27, 2021

Pivoting into Rosh HaShanah and A New School Year

If one words sums up the teaching and learning in our Early Childhood Education centers this past year and a half, it would be “pivoting.” At the start of the pandemic, the educators had to pivot from teaching their preschool children in person to virtually through the computer screen. Then when summer camp and school started, they pivoted again, teaching in person while incorporating all the Covid-19 protocols designed to foster as much health and safety as possible for the staff and the children.
CAJE Establishing Jewish Teen Leader Coalition

Aug 20, 2021

CAJE Establishing Jewish Teen Leader Coalition

Wouldn’t it be a great idea to bring teens from all the different youth groups and denominations together to give us feedback on what they need, to collaborate across organizations and share their ideas?
New Website for Jewish Teens

Aug 13, 2021

New Website for Jewish Teens

CAJE’s Department of Teen Engagement is launching a new website this fall, funded by the The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, to support Jewish Teens, their families and the professionals who serve them.
The Shofar Project

Aug 6, 2021

The Shofar Project

The High Holidays are approaching and, with them, a wonderful opportunity for spiritual growth. We’re therefore very happy to be partnering with The Institute for Jewish Spirituality on The Shofar Project 5781, a free program open to all who want to make this a year of continued awakening, responsiveness, renewal, and transformation.
CAJE Program Gets National Exposure

Jul 30, 2021

CAJE Program Gets National Exposure

Words From Our Hearts: A Prayer Exploration for Early Childhood Education (WFOH) is an original program that introduces Early Childhood teachers and children to concepts of spirituality expressed through a Jewish lens.
Educating the Community on Antisemitism

Jul 16, 2021

Educating the Community on Antisemitism

CAJE’s Teen Department and March of the Living Director, Carly Orshan, was asked by the Miami Marlins Foundation to speak to the Miami Marlins staff on a panel regarding antisemitism, along with Yael Hershfield, Interim Regional Director of ADL, and Josh Sayles, Director of Jewish Community Relations and Government Affairs for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.