The Partnership for Jewish Learning and Life

THE PARTNERSHIP FOR JEWISH LEARNING AND LIFE was established as an agency of the Federation in 2006 with a vision to position Greater MetroWest as a Jewish community of choice for those who seek creative, dynamic, relevant and stimulating Jewish educational experiences at every stage of life. A community that nurtures the Jewish engagement of children and their families. A community that challenges and inspires teens along their Jewish journeys. A community that leaves no one behind in fulfilling his or her Jewish destiny.

Since then, The Partnership successfully launched many major initiatives to advance that vision, including PJ Library, One Happy Camper NJ, Iris Teen Tzedakah, and The Greater MetroWest Day School Initiative.  In 2016, The Partnership merged with the Federation.

All of the activities created by The Partnership and proudly presented below continue to BRING JEWISH LEARNING TO LIFE for young people and their families through their integration with other Federation departments.  

You are invited to click on any of these activities and be taken to the latest information for you and your family to enjoy meaningful and relevant Jewish experiences that are carefully crafted to enrich your lives and our Greater MetroWest community

  • Contact

    Robert Lichtman
    Chief Jewish Learning Officer
    Phone: (973) 929-2950
    Email: rlichtman@jfedgmw.org

Programs

  • JTot

    Children up to age 6 and their families.

 

  • JKid

    Children ages 6-11 and their families

 

  • JTEEN

    JTEEN helps connect teens to unique, fun, and educational Jewish experiences.

  • Day School Initiative

    Our partnership with Jewish Day Schools in Greater MetroWest, and our innovative Tuition Max program.

  • PJ Library

    Receive free Jewish-themed books and music for children 6 months to 6 years old.