The Julia and Henry Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education ensures the future vibrancy and vitality of our community by building organizational capacity, fostering lifelong Jewish journeys and resource development. We believe that every Jew should have a youth and young adulthood filled with multiple, high impact Jewish experiences.
Find a Jewish experience that is right for your child.
Working with Jewish educational institutions - day and supplementary schools, camps, synagogues and others to expand their capacity, reach, and impact.
Through PJ Library, PJ Plus, day school, part time Jewish education, camp , Jewish Teen Board, March of the Living, Hillel, Jewish Service, Birthright, children and youth engage in Jewish experiences that foster lifelong connections to Judaism.
We are committed to investing in tuition assistance, in concert with our partners, to ensure that children and teens throughout our community have an opportunity to experience a meaningful, high-quality Jewish education experiences.
Search through our programs by age and select the one that is right for you to learn more:
PJ Plus is a parent/grandparents and tot weekly class, where the fun of a play date meets the value of Jewish family education.
PJ Library provides a free subscription of Jewish books for children ages 6 months to 8 years to help families do Jewish at home.
The Toronto Jewish Community has a diverse offering of Jewish Summer Camps. Find the one that is right for your child.
PJ Goes to Camp program takes families with children between the ages of 5-8 to experience a day of Jewish summer camp.
The Weekender program introduces new campers to the magic of Jewish overnight camp by spending a free Shabbat weekend at camp.
The Toronto Jewish Community has a diverse offering of Jewish Day Schools. Find the one that is right for your child.
Enhancing and expanding part time Jewish education to engage students in impactful Jewish education through the WOW! Initiative.
The annual Toronto Jewish schools’ choral festival, Zimriyah, brings together over 500 students representing GTA’s Jewish day and supplementary schools.
The regional Chidon Hatanach (Bible Contest) is an annual competition on the Jewish Bible, for middle school and high school students in both day and part time Jewish education programs.
The Annual Creative Writing Contest is for students in full and part time Jewish education to express their creativity and imagination in original work.
Tuition Assistance is a granting program intended to reduce the cost of Jewish Day School tuition for families.
The Jewish Teen Board is a project-based learning experience where teens gain social, volunteering and business skills by running a real Foundation.
the B’nai Tzedek Teen Philanthropy Program is a tool for teens to make a difference in the world through tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repairing the world)..
The Diller Teen Fellows Program is a leadership development program for Jewish teens in grades 10 and 11 to develop future generations of active, effective leaders.
The March of the Living is a two week educational experience that takes place in Poland and Israel.
Jewish Service programs offer high school graduates a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live, volunteer, learn and grow in Israel through meaningful, and often life-changing, volunteer placements.
Birthright Israel is a 10 day free trip to Israel for Jewish Young adults ages 18-26.
Hillel Ontario engages over 13,000 Jewish university and college students in Jewish campus life through life-changing trips, campus initiatives and student leadership opportunities.
The House inspires Jewish young adults through dynamic and creative programming, fostering a deepening appreciation of Jewish wisdom, values, and traditions.
Genesis enhances Toronto’s Jewish community by nurturing emerging Jewish non-profit initiatives, providing career mentorship and supporting innovation.