Strategic Funding Priorities: Logic Models

Increase the Number and Quality of Jewish Educators and Education Leaders
Grow the number of high-quality professional and peer Jewish educators and Jewish education leaders in positions to support effective, compelling Jewish learning experiences for teens, college students, young adults, and families with young children

Expand Opportunities for Effective Jewish Learning
Increase the number and diversity of teens, college students, young adults, and families with young children engaged in relevant and meaningful Jewish learning and creating and sustaining Jewish peer networks

Build a Strong Field for Jewish Education
Support the field of Jewish education and the organizations working within the field to be better aligned and more successful in promoting Jewish life and learning for teens, college students, young adults, and families with young children.

The Role of Israel Education within Jewish Education: The Jim Joseph Foundation views learning about Israel to be an essential component of all Jewish education.  Israel education is an important, implicit part of any complete set of Jewish learning experiences.

The Jim Joseph Foundation invests in promising Jewish education grant initiatives. We partner with effective organizations that seek to inspire young people to discover the joy of living vibrant Jewish lives.