WAJE Frequently Asked Questions

What is WAJE?

WAJE historically offered a broad range of proprietary classes bringing together multi-denominational adult Jewish lifelong learners from across Westchester. In the fall of 2016, WAJE is transitioning to the WAJE Cooperative which coordinates offerings from Westchester Jewish Council member organizations that are open to all members of the community. 

Who Teaches the classes offered as part of the WAJE Cooperative?

Classes are taught by local Jewish clergy and scholars from all denominations.

When Are Classes Offered?

Classes open throughout the academic year, September - May in most cases.

Where are Classes Held?
Throughout Westchester County, primarily in synagogues and JCCs.

How much is Class Tuition? 

Tuition for classes vary, though many are fee-free.  Note, for fee based classes, the cost to participate is the same for members as well as non-members of the sponsoring organization. 

How Can I Register for a WAJE Class?
Registration details for WAJE Cooperative classes are done through the sponsoring organization. Registration details are included as part of the class listing. 

Questions? Email Lisa Itzkowitz, 914-328-7001.