Registration Information

What You Need To Know About CAJE 33

Please note: In-residence registration at CAJE 33 is now full. Though there is no more room in the dorms, please continue to register as a commuter. Please click here for a list of area hotels.


August 8-10, 2008 Shabbat and Tisha B'Av
August 10-14, 2008 CAJE 33 and the Early Childhood Conference @ CAJE 33

Conference Fees (including programming and kosher meals)

In residence, double occupancy (through May 2)
In residence, double occupancy (after May 2)
$985 sold out
Single occupancy
add $175 sold out
Commuter (through May 2)
Commuter (after May 2)
Shabbat/Tisha B'Av, In residence (double occupancy)
Shabbat/Tisha B'Av, Commuter
Shabbat/Tisha B'Av ONLY, In residence (double occupancy)
Shabbat/Tisha B'Av, Commuter

If you need to make modifications to your registration please contact the CAJE National office at or 212-268-4210.

Financial Assistance

For CAJE members unable to meet conference costs, limited partial scholarships are available. Since many local communities and schools provide grants and funding to attend the CAJE conferences, we urge you first to check for funding in your local community. If you need additional assistance, you can apply for a scholarship here -->

We also offer a limited number of work-study positions. CAJE work-study assistants will be required to work 15 hours during the conference in exchange for full funding. Work-study positions are for the conference only and do not include Shabbat/Tisha B'Av or single room supplement. Applicants will be screened based on work skills and financial need. You can apply for Worek/Study here -->

The deadline for all requests is May 31, 2008. You must have a complete conference application on file and be a current CAJE member prior to applying for either option.

Graduate students in Jewish Education

Generous Conference Fellowships are available for students persuing a graduate degree in Jewish education. Contact for more information.

Important Information

Staying on Campus

Much of the joy of CAJE is what happens outside of the classroom setting where networking and meeting friends occur spontaneously and often after hours. Those who get the most out of a CAJE Conference immerse themselves in the whole experience by staying on campus. The cost of the Conference (Aug. 10-14) includes all programs, meals (Sunday dinner through Thursday lunch), lodging, including bedding, towels, soap, drinking cups.


If you register as a commuter, you are entitled to all programs and meals (Sunday dinner through Thursday lunch). Parking is available on campus for $4 per day or $12 for the week.

Kashrut Policy

All food is prepared under rabbinic supervision. Meals are dairy/pareve (except Shabbat dinner and lunch, which are meat meals with vegetarian options available). Provisions will be made for those who let us know about specific food allergies in advance.

When Does the Conference Begin and End?

Shabbat programming begins Friday, August 8 at 4:00 PM. Tisha B'Av begins at sundown August 9. CAJE 33 programming will begin Sunday, August 10 at 4:00 pm. You will be able to join in the ongoing observance of Tisha B'Av at whatever time you arrive on Sunday. CAJE 33 will end Thursday, August 14 at 1 pm, after lunch.

Policies and Procedures


Modifications to your registration may be made online or by submitting changes in writing to the CAJE National Office in New York by July 1, 2008.

Processing Your Application

Your application will not be processed unless it is accompanied by a $420 deposit ($50 of which is a non-refundable processing fee) and membership dues if applicable. An application sent without a deposit or with invalid credit card information will delay processing (and could disqualify your Early-Bird status and possibly your ability to join us at the Conference if the Conference registration closes). All balances are due by June 15, 2008. If an application is made online with an indication that payment is to be made by check, the check, with the required amount, must be received in the CAJE office within two weeks or the application will be considered void.

Special Needs

CAJE and The University of Vermont will do their best to meet the special needs of any Conference participant. All of the facilities CAJE will use on campus are wheelchair accessible. If you have particular physical or dietary challenges, please let us know about them by writing as part of your online registration so we can prepare to make you as comfortable as possible.

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to the CAJE National Office. If your written cancellation is postmarked by July 1, 2008, you will receive a full refund of conference fees, less a $50 processing fee. CAJE membership fees are not refundable. After July 1, 2008, you will receive the portion of conference fees not contractually due, less the $50 processing fee. Special circumstance cancellations will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, only if communicated to CAJE in writing. Refunds requested after July 1 will be issued after the Conference.

Application Deadlines

Enrollment at CAJE 33 is on a first-come, first-served basis. Spaces could be filled well before the posted final payment deadline. You are urged to submit your forms and payment as early as possible. Applications postmarked after June 15, 2008 must be paid in full or they can not be processed.

Travel Information

Burlington is beautiful, and the airport is five minutes from campus, but be aware that smaller market flights and connections may be tricky. Two recommendations:
  1. Arrange your travel plans early
  2. Contact the CAJE travel professional Jeff Eggert at AAA Vacations:
    AAA Vacations
    606-A South Stratford Rd.
    Winston-Salem, NC 27103
    888-323-5114 Ext. 17613
    336-765-3675 Direct line
    Monday-Friday8:30am-6:00pm EST

Welcome to Burlington, VT

We hope you will decide to come early or extend your stay in the Burlington area. Follow these links to learn what else is happening around the conference.
University of Vermont
Campus Map
Official Burlington Government Website
Vermont Tourism Websites:
Local Weather

Hotels in Burlington

We have arranged for room blocks at special prices at a variety of hotels. Most are within about a mile of the university. Many are clustered just west of the campus, and two, the Courtyard and the Hilton are just off Lake Champlain

  1. University Inn and suites-2 double rooms left
  2. La Quinta - Sold out
  3. Holiday Inn Express - Sold out
  4. Holiday Inn - Sold out
  5. Windjammer Inn 802-863-1125—block sold out but rooms available @$139.95
  6. Comfort Inn - Sold out
  7. Hampton Inn - Sold out
  8. Courtyard by Marriot - block sold out - Some suites and some Lake side King rooms available at rack rate
  9. Hawthorne Suites – rooms available-at $169.00 call hotel directly -802-860-1212
  10. Hilton Burlington - sold out

To view photos and details of the hotels, go to Hotel Search. When making reservations, be sure to identify yourself as a CAJE participant.