Jewish Education in North America

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Jewish Education in North America by Mind Map: Jewish Education in North America

1. Pre-Schools

2. K - 8 Programs

2.1. Temple Beth David Religious School

2.2. MoEd: A Jewish Afterschool Community

2.3. Congregation B'nai Israel Education Center

2.4. Rodeph Sholom School

3. High School Programs

3.1. The Frisch School

3.2. Ma'ayanot High School

3.3. TABC High School

3.4. Shalhevet High School (Los Angeles, CA)

3.5. YULA High School (Los Angeles, CA)

3.6. Ramaz High School

3.7. SAR High School

3.8. The Binah School

3.9. The Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy

3.10. Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School

3.11. Yeshiva of Greater Washington

3.12. Yeshiva Atlanta High School

3.13. The Weber School

3.14. Kehillah High School

3.15. Valley Torah High School Boys (Valley Village, CA)

3.16. Merkaz, Bridgeport, CT

3.17. Valley Torah High School Girls (Valley Village, CA)

3.18. Gann Academy

3.19. Yeshivah of Flatbush Joel Braverman High School

4. Gap Year Programs

4.1. Year Course Young Judaea

5. College Programs

5.1. YU

5.2. JTS List

5.3. Maimonides

5.4. Tikvah

6. Programs for 20s

6.1. Taglit Birthright

6.2. Moishe House

7. Programs for 30s

7.1. Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

7.2. Aish HaTorah

8. Programs for 40s and up

8.1. Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

8.2. Aish HaTorah

9. Programs for Seniors

9.1. Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

9.2. Aish HaTorah

10. Philanthropists/Foundations

10.1. Covenant

10.2. Bronfman

10.3. Jim Joseph

10.4. Schusterman

10.5. Steinhardt

10.6. Wexner

10.7. Mandell

10.8. Davidson

11. Federations

12. Jewish Communal Services

12.1. Friedman Commission for Jewish Education

12.2. Jewish Education Project

12.3. Bureau of Jewish Education

13. Research Institutions

13.1. JTS

13.2. HUC

13.3. YU

13.4. NYU

13.5. Stanford

13.6. CASJE

13.7. Brandeis Mandell Center

13.8. Hebrew College

13.9. Siegel College

14. Network Organizations

14.1. PEJE

14.2. Ravsak

14.3. Schecther

14.4. Torah U'mesorah

14.5. YUSP

14.6. NACCHS

15. High School Academic Programs in Israel

15.1. NFTY Eisendrath Internationional Exchange

15.2. Alexander Muss High School in Israel

16. Youth Movements

16.1. NFTY

16.2. USY

16.3. Hashachar/Young Judaea

16.4. NCSY

16.5. B'nai Akiva

16.6. BBYO

17. Camping

17.1. Foundation for Jewish Camping

17.2. URJ Camps

17.2.1. Eisner

17.2.2. Crane Lake

17.2.3. OSRUI

17.2.4. Greene Family Camp

17.2.5. GUCI

17.2.6. Coleman

17.2.7. Jacobs

17.2.8. Camp George

17.2.9. Camp Kalsman

17.2.10. Camp Newman/Swig

17.2.11. Kutz

17.2.12. 6 Points Sports

17.2.13. 6 Points Sci Tech (2014)

17.2.14. Harlam

17.2.15. Camp Chazak (Special Needs)

17.3. Ramah Camps

17.3.1. Tikvah (Special Needs

17.3.2. Berkshires

17.3.3. Poconos

17.3.4. New England

17.3.5. Nyack

17.3.6. California

17.3.7. Canada

17.3.8. Darom

17.3.9. Wisconsin

17.3.10. Outdoor Adventure

17.3.11. Chicagoland

17.3.12. Jerusalem

17.3.13. Philadelphia

17.4. Federation/JCC Camps

17.5. Young Judaea Camps

17.6. Bessie Coleman Camps

17.7. Camp Kindering

17.8. Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps

17.9. Camp Teko

17.10. Schwayder Camp

17.11. Charles Pearlstein Camp

17.12. Brandeis Bardin

17.13. Beber

18. Special Needs

18.1. Matan

18.2. Camp Chazak (URJ)

18.3. Camp Tikvah (Ramah)

18.4. Sulam

18.5. Keshet

18.6. Yachad

19. Museums and Libraries

19.1. Contemporary Jewish Museum SF