Connect Jewish After School Program (Grades K-8)

92Y Connect Jewish After School
Enjoy Judaism! Don’t Just Memorize It.


Program meets uptown at 92Y and downtown in the Tribeca area.

Grades K-8 (Classes are separated by grade)
Uptown: Mon, 4-6 pm 

Downtown: Wed, 4-6 pm
Sep-May

CONNECT Jewish After School uses all the best that 92Y has to offer, bringing Judaism to life with exceptional, talented and engaging Jewish educators, artists and musicians who capture the imagination and interest of every child.

CONNECT Jewish After School offers a unique opportunity for children to learn about Jewish values, holidays, the Bible and much, much more through crafts, storytelling, music, conversation and text study, and drama.

CONNECT offers an optional one-on-one Hebrew tutoring program.

CONNECT is available for children of all backgrounds, in grades K-8.

CONNECT offers a Bar/Bat Mitzvah program, featuring an innovative, personalized approach.

Parents of children enrolled in Connect are eligible for discounts for various adult Jewish educational classes.

Families of all backgrounds are welcome.

This program is presented by the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life.

92Y Connect After-School programming receives major funding from The Samuel Bronfman Foundation; generous scholarship support is provided by the Stacey and Matthew Bronfman Scholarship Fund.

For more information, email Carly Shapiro or call 212.415.5608.

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Connect Jewish Education

Coming Fall 2014!

Connect Jewish Education is a new program for children with special needs, coming on Sundays in fall 2014, which will draw upon all the best that 92Y has to offer to bring Judaism to life. Our talented and engaging Jewish educators, artists and musicians capture the imagination and interest of every child, offering a unique opportunity for children with special needs to learn about Jewish values, holidays, the Bible and much more. Hands-on activities will include crafts, storytelling, music, conversation and textual study, and drama.

We are currently in a year of planning and would love to hear from you so we can design this program to truly meet the needs of our community.

For more information or to get involved contact Dana Gottfried in the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life at 212.415.5414 or email.

Planning support for this program provided by the Leo Oppenheimer & Flora Oppenheimer Haas Foundation.

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