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Jewish Life and Hebrew Immersion
Program (HIP) running before school,
at lunchtime and after school.
Unaffiliated with a particular synagogue,
these programs provide a rewarding
and unique coming-of-age experience.
Our annual camp for students in years
3-12 runs in the April school holidays
at a campsite near Melbourne.
Regular social, fun and educational activities
for teens in Melbourne with J-Lunch, BBYO
and UJEB-supported Hebrew language studies
at Glen Eira College.
Our annual 5-6 week Israel experience
brings together year 10 students from
all over Australia, to explore and learn
about our homeland and our people.
The Jewish Life program is currently in 4 Specialist
Schools, and we are working to expand into more schools.
Our Project Kulanu Manager is also running professional
development sessions and raising awareness about
inclusion in the community.
See how UJEB can help your children to develop into proud & engaged members of the Jewish community.
Our students know what it means to be Jewish, and love engaging in Jewish life. We believe in the diversity of our Jewish community, and seek to support our community in building a strong and meaningful Jewish future.
40%Of Jewish Prep Students Are In Government Schools
UJEB is a vital educational organisation in the Victorian Jewish community. For many of our students, UJEB is their only connection to Jewish education and experiences. With your help we can continue to inspire Jewish identity, and give every Jewish child the opportunity to connect with their culture, language and religion.
Each session is built around our year-long curriculum, which aims to foster a strong sense of Jewish identity within each student.
Our students develop the knowledge and skills to fully participate in Jewish communal life, as well as a love and appreciation for Jewish practice.
Melbourne today is home to an increasingly diverse Jewish community. We are of numerous denominations, gender identities and socio-economic, language and cultural backgrounds. This is why UJEB works in many different ways, to connect each and every young person in our programs to their Jewish identity and community.
HIP is now running in 7 local primary schools.
HIP provides primary school students in non-Jewish schools with the opportunity to study intensive Hebrew language and Jewish culture in their school environment and with their friends!
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