Bulletin Board FAQs
How does the Lookstein Bulletin Board/Announcements List work?
Complete the online form, and your announcement will be posted online on our Bulletin Board and sent to our Announcement e-list.
Who sees the announcement?
Your announcement will be viewed by our 25,000 site users. It will also be posted on our Announcement e-list, which is e-mailed weekly to over 5,000 people involved in Jewish education.
How long does my announcement remain online?
Posts remain on our Bulletin Board for up to 45 days.
How much does it cost?
Posts for free services, products, and events may be submitted free of charge.
Job postings are $85.
Posts for paid products, services, and events are $200.
If your school/institution has Lookstein Center membership, then posting these types of announcements is free. Restrictions may apply.
To read more about membership, click here.
Are announcements only directed toward Jewish educators in the United States?
No. We reach Jewish educational professionals everywhere in the world including Israel, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Britain, Russia, Germany, Argentina, Venezuela, etc.
My advertisement is quite lengthy. Can I still post it?
Unfortunately, space limitations prevent us from including unlimited posts. Job postings may be up to 2500 characters. All other posts may be up to 1000 characters. We encourage you to provide links to your website, promotional materials, etc., so that interested readers can read more about your organization/product.
How do I post an advertisement/announcement?
Fill in the online form here. Posts are generally live within one business day. Note: We will not post paid submissions until we receive payment. The online form includes an option for online payment via Paypal.
I have another question that is not covered here. Who can I contact?
We would be happy to assist you. Please write to email@example.com.
The Lookstein Center is a non-profit organization. Revenues from advertising help us to provide valuable services and resources to you and other Jewish educators.