Come join us for an overnight camp experience you’ll never forget! Kerem, Yavneh’s Counselor-in-Training Program, provides the leadership skills and mindset to transition our campers to their upcoming roles as counselors. In addition, the program helps deepen their knowledge and commitment to Jewish traditions. This program is for current 10th-graders and runs from June 23 to Aug. 14.
Increasing leadership roles with younger campers:
- Training and program management
- Learning with leading staff about how Judaism integrates in their lives and their leadership role
- Bonding opportunities both in and out of camp
- Developing and running camp-wide activities
- And more!
In order to be accepted into the Kerem program, you must demonstrate maturity, responsibility, good behavior, good peer relations, a commitment to Klal Yisrael and the ability to supervise children independently for short periods of time. In addition to supervising younger campers, Kerem runs Maccabiah, KTV (musical competition), participates in a fundraising activity and creates and runs several educational programs for campers. With these additional responsibilities come various privileges, such as a two-day trip white-water rafting, a day-long ropes course, a one-day Boston trip, leading Zemirot Friday night, as well as giving a drash and leading Kiddush, and an opportunity to be in camp with staff for a Shabbat before the official camp opening.
The heart of the overnight camp experience at Yavneh includes the friends you make, the activities you engage in and the personal and spiritual growth that occur over the summer. Visit our website to learn about what makes Yavneh’s programming so special.+ More... - Less...
18 Lucas Pond Rd
Northwood, NH 03261
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