Partners In Our Mission

The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education derives strength from the wide spectrum of organizations and individuals that support our in-service programs. These partnerships allow us to contribute to and learn from ideas and best practices in the field, to complement other efforts of Jewish education, and to secure the resources critical to our operation.

Partner Organizations

Funders

Avi Chai Foundation

Funding from the AVI CHAI Foundation allows us to train professionals in the Day School Leadership Training Institute, Ivriyon, and through the Jewish Day School Standards and Benchmarks Project.

Covenant Foundation

Funding from the Covenant Foundation has enabled us to design and test the Etgar curriculum, and to train teachers on its use in congregational schools.

Jim Joseph Foundation Logo

The Jim Joseph Foundation Education Initiative has provided a total of $45 million in grants to Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC), The Jewish Theological Seminary, and Yeshiva University to increase the number and enhance the quality of Jewish educators working with Jewish youth and young adults.

The Jim Joseph Foundation Education Initiative at JTS has enabled the creation of the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Institute, the Experiential Learning Initiative, the Kesher Hadash semester-in-Israel program, and other critical enhancements to academic programs.

UJA Federation of NY

The UJA-Federation of New York generously supports the Leadership Institute: Shaping Congregational Leaders and Learners, a joint program between JTS and HUC.

The Davidson School also relies on the generosity of many private individuals who donate funds to JTS to support scholarships and programs each year. Click here to contribute your support.