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Diller Teen Fellows - Changing the World

May 24, 2019

Diller Teen Fellows - Changing the World

Diller Teen Fellows is unlike any other program, offering extraordinary and invaluable opportunities to teens as participants during the fellowship and for a lifetime as Jewish leaders. How is Diller Different? The Diller experience does not end after the Fellowship year. Internationally, the Diller Teen Fellows staff are investing in their alumni network, offering countless programs and opportunities to continue to learn, grow, and make a difference in the world.
B’tzelem Elohim in Reggio Emilia

May 24, 2019

B’tzelem Elohim in Reggio Emilia

Judaism teaches that every one of us is created B’tzelem Elohim- in G!d’s image. How can early childhood educators live out this value? In Reggio Emilia, Italy, they demonstrated it to us through their unique approach to early childhood education.
Mazel Tov to our Melton Graduates!

May 24, 2019

Mazel Tov to our Melton Graduates!

"Only the learning that is enjoyed will be learned well.” -Talmud As we wrap up a year of Jewish learning, our Melton Core students expressed how meaningful this year has been and how Melton has created deeper relationships and friendships amongst the class.
The Experience of a LIFETIME: Miami Diller Teen Fellows Apply TODAY!

May 17, 2019

The Experience of a LIFETIME: Miami Diller Teen Fellows Apply TODAY!

The Diller Teen Fellows program is an immersive leadership program inviting a select group of Jewish 10th and 11th graders from 6 continents and 32 city-centers to step up, lead their communities, and repair the world. Each year, over 600 teens – from North America, South Africa, Australia, South America, Europe and Israel spend 12 months engrossed in the Diller fellowship. Our training features a commitment to hands-on Tikkun Olam (community service), building a connection to the Jewish people and Israel, and deepening Jewish identity.
March with Us! A Reflection on the 2019 March

May 17, 2019

March with Us! A Reflection on the 2019 March

A Reflection on the 2019 Leo Martin March of the Living, written by Matthew Lansburgh, a 12th grade student.
CONNECTING SCHOOLS, KIDS, AND COMMUNITIES…  ONE LEGO AT A TIME

May 10, 2019

CONNECTING SCHOOLS, KIDS, AND COMMUNITIES… ONE LEGO AT A TIME

We are all still buzzing from the excitement of Monday’s 3rd Annual Miami Jewish Day School Robotics Festival funded by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s Miami - Yerucham Partnership and facilitated by our very own CAJE’s Day School Department.
March With Us! Days 3-7

May 10, 2019

March With Us! Days 3-7

A student searches for his family name in the six-and-a-half-foot-high volume of the Book of Names that lists the 4.2 million known victims of the Holocaust (a million and a half were murdered in the areas east of Poland and buried in pits and forests). The entire exhibit stretches out over an entire large room. As one witness put it: “It is the thickest book I have ever seen before and I hope to never see another one like it again.”
A Photo Journal by Silvio Frydman

May 3, 2019

A Photo Journal by Silvio Frydman

"On Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, I walked in my name, in your name, and in their name, from Auschwitz to Birkenau along with thousands of people from every corner of this planet, every generation and every physical condition that came to pay their respects to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and to confront and denounce antisemitism and any form of hate.
March With Us!

May 3, 2019

March With Us!

With the largest contingent in years (157 students + staff) and one of the largest in the world, The Leo Martin March of the Living took off from South Florida early Sunday morning and then transferred to a charter at JFK (with a kosher pizza break on the way). Red Bus is led by Rabbi Guido Cohen of Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center. The group continued on to Poland, landing on Monday morning for the culminating two weeks after 6 months of preparation and education.
ASYMMETRIES: A Tribute to the Victims and Survivors of the Tree of Life Massacre in Pittsburgh

May 2, 2019

ASYMMETRIES: A Tribute to the Victims and Survivors of the Tree of Life Massacre in Pittsburgh

MBJCC Art Galley invites you to its newest installation by internationally awarded Israeli-American Artist/Photographer Silvio D. Frydman, in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education- Miami (CAJE)