Lauder Schools Enrolling
Jewish children across Europe now go to Jewish kindergartens, and then enroll in Jewish schools. In the summer they attend Jewish camps, making friends from all over Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Israel and even the United States. As they get older, they serve as counselors in their local Jewish youth centers, sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm with younger kids.
After graduating, they might attend our business school with its thriving Jewish campus life, or study Torah and traditions at our yeshiva. Some even choose to pursue the rabbinate and enroll in seminary. All of this is possible in Central and Eastern Europe today.
So the world we live in now is full of opportunity; to learn, teach, contribute, inspire, grow and belong. And Jewish life in Central and Eastern Europe has something many did not believe possible only twenty five years ago: a future.