Jack Rosenbaum, M.Ed. is the Education Director at Temple Beth Am.He has over 33 years of experience in the fields of Jewish education, social service and community outreach.He established successful new systems at the renowned Panim: the Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values in Washington DC while serving as Assistant Executive Director.Prior to that he spent five years as the Assistant Executive Director of the Jewish Education Commission of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County.While there he revamped the systems of the Southern Region of the March of the Living and established the OTZAR Special Needs Sunday School for children with Autism and other similar diseases. He has been the Assistant Executive Director at the Posnack Jewish Community Center in Davie and Group Services, Youth and Camp Director at the Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton.He
has created curriculum for Camp Ramah in New England and has always been at the forefront of Jewish action education in schools and youth programs.He teaches at Camp Ramah Darom during the summer.Mr. Rosenbaum
has had a tour of duty as a Board member of the national Coalition for the Advancement
of Jewish Education where he
was responsible for youth and college programming. He earned his undergraduate degree at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey, in Education and his Masters degree in Educational Administration and Supervision, K-12 from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Rosenbaum
, who has been successfully involved in the field of Conservative Religious Education, and our very dedicated and experienced Religious School
staff see the mission of our school: "To provide our children with the skills, beliefs, values, feelings and experiences necessary to live full Jewish lives."