Knowledge Is Everything.
Nourishing Jewish minds.
As we grow in Jewish knowledge, we become more curious and engaged members of our family and our community. Here at Federation, we believe that investing in Jewish education—for every age and stage – in our community is a direct investment in our future.
Early Childhood Programs
Our community provides a multitude of Early Childhood programs through synagogues and our JCCs. Contact the local Jewish Community Center in your area or search our synagogue directory for early childhood programs.
Greater MetroWest offers four world-class Jewish day schools that are now affordable for virtually every family in our community.
Professional Development for Early Childhood Teachers
In partnership with the Jewish Paradigm Project, the Jewish Education Project, and Jewish Federations across North America, we provide high quality professional development for early childhood educators at all stages in their careers. Contact Emily Fox at email@example.com for information on subsidies available for educators to participate in Communities of Practice.
Professional Development for Day School Teachers
Through our Day Schools Initiative and Jewish Educational Initiatives, we provide unprecedented professional development programs for our early childhood, days school, and congregational school educators as well as networking opportunities to learn together and share best practices.
Serves Montclair State, NJIT, Rutgers Newark, Kean, Fairleigh Dickinson (Madison), and Seton Hall.
Access resources and information to educate our community about the Holocaust.
Share our interest and enthusiasm for Israeli people and culture, and foster our connections with Israel.
Adult Jewish Learning
Many have told us that Jewish Learning is of interest in connecting with the Greater MetroWest community and your Jewish heritage. Here are some ways we are already providing the community with Jewish Learning content and resources.
Jewish Historical Society of Greater MetroWest
JHSGMW serves as the archival repository of the Jewish community of Greater MetroWest by collecting, preserving, maintaining, and making available to the public records, artifacts, oral histories, and so much more.