Jewish Education Center of Cleveland

Cleveland Heights, OH   |  http://www.JECC.org

Mission

The mission is to inspire transformative Jewish educational experiences that add meaning to the lives of Jewish children and their families in Cleveland. The vision of the agency is to instill a lifelong love of Jewish learning to further Jewish continuity in Cleveland.

Ruling year info

1945

Principal Officer

Marlyn Jaffee

Main address

2030 S Taylor Rd

Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States

EIN

34-0714554

NTEE code info

Jewish (X30)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

Personnel Development: Educators services program enriches the skills, Judaic and professional knowledge of community educators through myriad mini courses and on line courses. Intensive on site professional development that fosters professional learning teams. Tuition subsidies and scholarships for college degrees and professional development seminars for professional growth with a new degree, license or certificate. 187 educators received stipends. This program also supports day school educator positions. The agency works with a local professional development committee serving general studies teachers in the Cleveland area affiliated day schools. The committee reviews and approves license applications, individual professional development plans and associate course request to ensure the general studies teachers maintain their Ohio licenses and certificates.

Expenses
$1,062,980
Revenue
$6,000

Family & Adult Education: Formal and informal education outreach programs which include Hebrew literacy and Jewish identity projects. This program provides grants to 7 adult education providers to enhance their ability to engage adults in lifelong learning. These providers reach hundreds of individuals in a variety of formats and settings. This program also offers support to supplementary schools with a total of 14 community funded educators to fill a variety of educational and programmatic positions in local supplementary schools.

Expenses
$1,049,461
Revenue
$124,607

Informal Education: the Retreat Institute creates & implemented 23 retreats and informal education programs in collaboration with local Jewish educational institutions. 2,219 participants (students, educators and families) participated in these experiences. The Adolescent Initiative works with youth professionals from local organization for both professional development, community planning and adolescent development. This program also supports youth educator positions and programming in the community. Israel program grants and financial aid for students for approved educational trips to Israel to participate in youth group programs plus Gift of Israel matching incentive program for eighth grade school trip to Israel for study and college seminary/yeshivah programs. The Israel program funded 200 participants.

Expenses
$840,249
Revenue
$0

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