Description: Description: June 19th-July 30th, 2018; URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech West is the camp curious minds have been waiting for! ...read moreDescription: June 19th-July 30th, 2018; URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech West is the camp curious minds have been waiting for! Campers entering grades 4-10 get to explore, be curious, perform experiments and test out new technologies in a supportive, vibrant Jewish community. Our campers ask big questions, and discover real answers. Located just outside of Los Angeles on the campus of Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, 6 Points Sci-Tech West offers a top-quality educational program along with access to the best and brightest minds in the Jewish science and technology community. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 424-387-3764; Website: https://6pointsscitech.org/west/read less
Description: Session 2: July 3-July 15, Session 3: July 17-July 29
As a Jewish sports camp, URJ 6 Points Sports Academy combines ...read moreSession 2: July 3-July 15, Session 3: July 17-July 29
As a Jewish sports camp, URJ 6 Points Sports Academy combines high-level training with all the fun of a traditional summer camp. Campers select a sport to “major” in – baseball, basketball, soccer or tennis– and spend 4-5 hrs a day with other Jewish athletes, learning from professional coaches and counselors who are passionate about being Jewish athletes themselves. New for Summer 2017 Session 1 ONLY – competitive swimming, cheer/dance and softball will be offered as majors. 6 Points is a residential camp located at Occidental College here in LA and there are three 2-week sessions beginning mid-June.
Mailing address: 275 Grove Street, Suite 2-400, Newton, MA 02466
Web site: https://6pointssports.org/california/
Phone: 310-912-7335 read less
Description: July 22 - August 12, 2018!
Camp Be'chol Lashon is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, but campers come from ...read moreJuly 22 - August 12, 2018!
Camp Be'chol Lashon is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, but campers come from all over! For more information contact Michael at email@example.com, or call 415.386.2604
Camp Be'chol Lashon inspires a love of Judaism, teaches global Jewish diversity, & builds community leaders. Camp Be’chol Lashon invites ALL children to be part of the global Jewish community. We recognize that each camper brings a unique and important perspective to Judaism and we embrace each camper’s individual identities, in all their complexity. Together, we will learn about the diversity of Jewish life through cooking, dancing and fun! We will splash, sing and explore nature through the lens of eco-Judaism. We foster a safe, nurturing and caring environment and our diverse Camp Be’chol Lashon staff bring personal and professional skills focusing on global Jewish identity development. Camp programs take place at Walker Creek Ranch in Petaluma, CA. Enrollment open to children entering 2nd grade and older.
Phone: (415) 386-2604;
Address: PO Box 591107, San Francisco, CA 94159-1107;
Website: http://www.bechollashon.org/camp/camp_about.phpread less
Description: Entering 7th-8th grades for 2 weeks: July 29-August 10, 2018
Rock and River Quest: Rock Climbing, Rafting, Backpack ...read moreEntering 7th-8th grades for 2 weeks: July 29-August 10, 2018
Rock and River Quest: Rock Climbing, Rafting, Backpacking
Entering 9th-10th grades2 weeks: July 29-August 10, 2018
Registration for our 2018 programs opens to returning families on Nov 29 and to the public on Dec 13!
My son had a fantastic experience at Camp Tawonga. He gained a sense of greater self-reliance, appreciated the community/connection with campers and great counselors, and came home singing songs and feeling part of the Camp Tawonga family/tradition.
– Stacy Pollina-Millen
Teens sleep under the stars, share leadership, and learn new skills in a supportive, small-group environment. Each trip follows a different itinerary and offers unique outdoor activities, like backpacking, rock climbing, sea kayaking and river rafting, which are designed to challenge, empower and inspire. Teens choose the music, set the menu, and work together – it’s like a road trip with a dozen friends into the great outdoors. Tawonga’s four-part mission of fostering positive self-image and self-esteem, creating cooperative community, encouraging a deep appreciation of nature and exploring Jewish identity and spirituality come to life on this unique off-site experience.
- See more at: http://tawonga.org/programs/summer/teen-travel-adventure-quests/#sthash.kv4fzvl7.dpufread less
Description: July 23-August 5, 2018
Open to Jewish boys in grades 9-12
July 25-August 7, 2018
Open to Jewish girls in grades 9 ...read moreJuly 23-August 5, 2018
Open to Jewish boys in grades 9-12
July 25-August 7, 2018
Open to Jewish girls in grades 9-12
CTeen Xtreme is a unique travel camp geared for today’s American high school student. Our program aims to boost your teen’s self-esteem with extreme adventures, extreme trips, and an extreme love for being Jewish. The adventurous hikes and thrilling trips are designed to boost the self-confidence, sense of responsibility, communication and survival skills of your teen. read less
Description: We run three two-week sessions June 18 – July 1, 2018; July 2 – July 15, 2018; and July 16 – July 29, 2018
De ...read moreWe run three two-week sessions June 18 – July 1, 2018; July 2 – July 15, 2018; and July 16 – July 29, 2018
Description: Havaya Arts is a high-quality arts and summer camp experience. Here, vibrant Jewish communal life will enhance art, which in turn enhances Jewish life and identity. Located on the University of Redlands campus in southern California, campers will learn from working artists who are also comfortable teaching to a variety of levels, providing a truly youth-centered experience. Campers choose from one of our four core art studios (Visual Art, Music, Dance/Movement, and Theater) during each of our two-week sessions. Electives will allow young artists to continue working in their core studio or to explore another discipline. With access to various studios and outdoor spaces, campers and staff have all the tools and inspiration possible right at their fingertips. Whether they go deeply into their chosen art form or they try something for the first time, campers will grow as intentional artists and amazing human beings.
For more information, please contact Reuben Posner, Camp Director, at 833-HAV-ARTS | direct: 323-794-2743 read less
Description: Summer 2018 Dates- Session 2: July 3 - July 15, Session 3: July 17 - July 29. Shorter Rookie sessions are available. ...read moreSummer 2018 Dates- Session 2: July 3 - July 15, Session 3: July 17 - July 29. Shorter Rookie sessions are available. JCC Maccabi Sports Camp is an overnight Jewish sports summer camp located just outside of San Francisco in Atherton, California. Our camp welcomes athletes in grades 3 through 11. During our one, two and four week camp sessions, campers learn more about their favorite sport of choice – baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, softball, lacrosse, dance or volleyball. There are also plenty of other sports and activities mixed in with the core values of a Jewish summer camp experience.
Contact Information: Josh Steinharter; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (415) 997-8844; Website: http://www.maccabisportscamp.org/read less
Description: 9 – 13 year olds - 7/10/2018 – 7/19/2018, 9 – 13 year olds - 7/21/2018 – 7/30/2018, 9 – 11 year olds - 8/1 ...read more9 – 13 year olds - 7/10/2018 – 7/19/2018, 9 – 13 year olds - 7/21/2018 – 7/30/2018, 9 – 11 year olds - 8/1/2018 – 8/10/2018, Teen Camp 14 & 15 year olds - 7/10/2018 – 7/19/2018, 14 -15 year olds - 7/21/2018 – 7/30/2018, Camp Explorations 12 -15 year olds - 8/1/2018 – 8/10/2018.
Teen Camp: This unique program for campers 14 & 15 years old focuses on expanding the camp experience for our oldest campers. Through specialized programming and community service opportunities, Teen Campers are taught values such as social action, and gain leadership skills, all while still participating in camp activities such as horseback riding, swimming, ropes course, arts and crafts and so much more! Teens will sleep in cabins with their peers, as well as two trained counselors, but will join together for the majority of the daily activities. Teen Camp operates in tandem with out 9-13 year old program and runs during our weekend retreats and Kibbutz Summer Session 1.
Kibbutz Explorations is a 12-day session for campers ages 12-15, which focuses on specialized “core programs”. This program is designed for campers looking for a unique and exciting summer program that will allow them to learn new skills in a specific area while still surrounded by all the friends and fun of camp! Campers will choose their core programs prior to the start of the session, and will spend the majority of their time learning and growing within these tracks. Core programs include Farm-to-Table Cooking, Outdoor Adventure, Performing Arts, and Technology and Filmmaking, all taught by experienced program specialists. In addition to their cores, campers participate in all our amazing camp activities such as swimming, ropes course, and sports, as well as camp-wide evening programs and Shabbat celebrations. Kibbutz Explorations campers will sleep in cabins with other campers the same age and gender, as well as two or three camp counselors, but will participate in their Core activities with a mixed-age, coed group. Kibbutz Explorations operates in tandem with our 9-11 year old program during Kibbutz Session 2 only.
Description: Your first-time camper may be eligible for a One Happy Camper grant of up to $1000!
Eligibility criteria for first- ...read moreYour first-time camper may be eligible for a One Happy Camper grant of up to $1000!
Eligibility criteria for first-time* campers
$1,000 grant for campers enrolled for 19+ consecutive days
$700 grant for campers enrolled for 12-18 consecutive days
Must be entering grades 2-12 (after camp)
Do not attend Jewish day school or yeshiva (Why is that?)
Attending a nonprofit, Jewish, overnight camp in California
*Only campers who have never attended camp for any period of time are eligible for first-time camper grants.
One Happy Camper is not a scholarship program. Grants are not based on financial need.
A child can only receive one grant that is affiliated with the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s One Happy Camper program. This includes, but is not limited to, the PJ (Library) Goes to Camp – One Happy Camper program, the Harold Grinspoon Western Massachusetts camp incentive program, and/or the various community-based and camp-sponsored One Happy Camper programs.
Contact Person: Vicky Lee
Website: http://www.OneHappyCamper.orgread less
Description: June 19th-August 15th, 2017;
Here is your opportunity to hike breathtaking mountain passes, forge deep river canyon ...read moreJune 19th-August 15th, 2017;
Here is your opportunity to hike breathtaking mountain passes, forge deep river canyons, ride horses through picturesque alpine meadows, climb soaring rugged cliffs, restore and rescue natural forest habitats and experience a spirited Shabbat in the magnificence of the Rocky Mountains.
Phone: (303) 261-8214;
Website: http://ramahoutdoors.orgread less