The BJC serves as the community relations agency for the greater Baltimore area's organized Jewish community. As such, the Council represents over 50 constituent congregations and organizations. The Council takes public policy positions based upon the consensus position of its membership.
The Baltimore Jewish Council is a proud member of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.
Summer Teachers Institute 2018
Lessons of the Shoah: Primary Sources in the Classroom
Registration Fee: $25.00
(Includes breakfast & lunch on Monday & Wednesday, and visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum)
For more information and to register, please contact Jeanette Parmigiani at