Eisner and Crane Lake Camps

 

 

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Eisner and Crane Lake Camps:

Spend your summer in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains!  URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps, overnight Jewish summer camps in Western Massachusetts, seek experienced and enthusiastic counselors and instructors. Do work that matters this summer, by supporting the next generation of empowered, confident, and capable youth.  As a mission-driven organization, our staff gain life-long friendships and applicable skills in many career paths. Counselors and Instructors spend their days teaching and guiding campers aged 7-15 in our wide-ranging program of athletics, arts, outdoor education, and waterfront. Our program includes Baseball, Street Hockey, Tennis, Volleyball, Archery, Ultimate Frisbee, Weight-Room instruction, digital photo/video, graphic design, cooking, ceramics, maker-space and so much more! We have a thriving, diverse community where every child and staff member returns home a little wiser, a little more self-confident, and a little more connected to their community. Competitive salary, room and board provided. Must be available June 14- August 19th, 2019.  Learn more about us at www.eisnercamp.org and www.cranelakecamp.org.  Questions? Contact Catie Melemed, Assistant Director URJ Eisner Camp, at cmelemed@urj.org.

 

6 Points Sci-Tech Academy East:

Do you like science or technology, being Jewish, and working with kids? Are you ready for the summer of a lifetime at the nation’s only Jewish science and technology camp!? URJ 6 Points Sci Tech Academy is a Jewish summer camp located right outside of Boston in Byfield, Massachusetts. Counselors and Instructors spend their days teaching and spending time with campers in workshops like 3D Animation, Digital Film Production, Robotics, Video Game Design, Programming and Coding, and more! Staff must be available from June 16th through August 6th. Apply now at 6PointsSciTech.org! For more info contact Jayme Mallindine, Interim Director, at 857-246-8677 or jmallindine@urj.org.

   

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