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October is Data Month!
All camps are required to complete the 2015 JData Census. JData 2015 will open September 21st.
What is JData?
How Can it Benefit You?
Learn more with our CASE STUDIES.
In order to complete a JData profile, you need to have the following information at hand. Then head to the JData website.
1. Address and contact information for the organization (not the person filling out the profile)
2. Organization type
4. List of associated programs
5. Contact information for the person filling out the profile
6. Information describing your organization's participants or members, including:
3. How special needs are addressed, if applicable
2. Hours worked
3. Salary ranges
4. Staff with special training or certification
9. General information about the budget:
2. Funding practices
4. Financial assistance programs, if relevant
5. Information about associated organizations, accreditation and grants.
6. Information about the nature of the programs and special offerings your organization provides.
If you are using JData for the first time (or just need a refresher), the JData staff will be hosting a webinar to help you get started. The demonstration will include how to log-in, navigate the site, and enter data into the profile form.
2. Enter your e-mail address and password.* Click “Sign In.”
3. Click the orange Profile Form button for 2014-2015 just below your camp's name.
* If you do not remember your password, click “Forget Your Password?” at the bottom of the box. Enter your e-mail address and click “Email instructions.” Instructions for re-setting your password will be e-mailed to you. If you encounter any issues, call Allyson Cartter at 781-736-3941 or email email@example.com.
Are you new to JData?
FJC is featured in JData's March newsletter! Learn about highlighted data points from the 2013 Camp Census here.
JData is sponsored by the Jim Joseph Foundation and operated by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University.
“JData provided us with solid research to bring to our board and community, which helped us create marketing materials for our rebranding launch. It also provided facts behind our success which helped make our case to new families.”
– J. M., Canadian Young Judaea