Travel through Israel for two weeks with ARTEL Teen Fellowship, an immersive summer experience for teens to develop their Jewish identity, explore their Russian-Jewish heritage, and build a connection to the State of Israel.
Spend a week walking among the history and culture of Polish Jewry in Warsaw, Krakow, and Lublin, and engage in moving visits to some concentration camps. Then spend the next four weeks discovering and exploring modern day Israel.
On Stand UP Chicago, teens will discover the world of social entrepreneurship and socially conscious business. Gain new skills and a new perspective through a mix of seminars, hands-on workshops and meetings with professionals in the field.
This one, two, three, or five-week program provides a fun, safe and welcoming environment where teens create their own unique Jewish community, thereby becoming independent, caring individuals who are connected to Judaism.
STEP is geared for 9th-12th grade students. STEP takes place at Israel's leading university, Technion. Participants will learn about entrepreneurship, business models, development, and the global high-tech industry.
At this four-week program, Camp Hess Kramer offers indoor and outdoor stages for music, dance, and drama productions and creative opportunities, such as ceramics, fabric arts, and woodwork.
Camp Ga'avah LGBTQ+ Day Camp for 10-17 year old youth and their allies at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Wheatley Heights, NY.
CIT program allows teens to gain leadership skills and valuable experience working with children, while enjoying the traditional camp experience. Throughout the summer, CITs will receive training that emphasizes important life skills.