For nearly 30 years, Wohlgelernter has also served in various leadership positions within the Philadelphia Jewish community, including serving as a trustee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education and President of the Philadelphia Community Kollel (Institute for Advanced Talmudic Research).
What does CAJE stand for?
CAJE stands for Central Agency for Jewish Education (est. 1971; St. Louis, MO)
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We have 3 other meanings of CAJE in our Acronym Attic
- Centre d'Activités pour les Jeunes d'Anizy (French: Anizy Youth Activity Center; Anizy-le-Château, France)
- Community Action for Justice in the Americas
- Court Appointed Juvenile Advocate (Alabama)
- Court of Appeals Joint Appendix (US Supreme Court briefs)
- Canadian Association of Japanese Automobile Dealers
- Commission on the Administration of Justice in Capital Cases (Florida)
- Computer-Aided Jewellery Design
- Canadian Journal of Economics
- Carolina Agency for Jewish Education (Charlotte, NC)
- Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (Miami, FL)
- Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education (New York, NY)
- Community Advocates for Justice and Equality (Lowell, MA)
- Computer Assisted Job Evaluation
- Christian A Johnson Endeavor Foundation
- Convergence, Action, Jeunesse, Enfance, Femme (French: Convergence, Action, Youth, Children, Women; Senegal)
- Coordinadora d'Assemblees de Joves de l'Esquerra Independentista (Catalan countries)
- Career and Job Fair Student Association (Ohio State University)
- Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships (Caribbean Golf Association)
- Carl Albert Junior High (Midwest City, OK; now Carl Albert Middle School)
- Californians Against the Job Killer Initiative
Samples in periodicals archive:
Deborah Gettes directs the Special Needs program for the Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education (ACAJE) in Philadelphia.
In collaboration with the Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education in Philadelphia and with a group of specialists in curriculum design, the Feinstein Center is currently developing a more sophisticated curriculum aimed at reaching middle-school children.