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Machanot Kayitz — מחנות קיץ
Habonim Dror machanot (summer camps) provide children ages 8 – 17 with a unique camping experience. Based on the model of a kibbutz, each machaneh (camp) creates a close-knit community based on Jewish ideals of collective responsibility, respect, equality and friendship. A wealth of activities, programs and scouting events are offered at each machaneh: from arts and crafts to Hebrew songs and rikud (Israeli dancing); a full sports program to nature study. Campers will grow physically, emotionally and intellectually in a creative, open and caring environment. Habonim Dror has been providing a machaneh experience since 1932.
מחנה בונים בישראל
By: Amishai Gottlieb, © 2014 Jewish Exponent
Anyone who happened to pass by the library at the Jewish Community Services Building in Center City on Nov. 13-14 was virtually transported to Rabin Square in Tel Aviv.
In memory of the anniversary of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s murder on Nov. 4, 1995 by a right-wing Jewish activist, three Habonim Dror youth movement counselors — all college-aged — set up an exhibit in honor of the late leader. READ THE FULL ARTICLE
ABOVE Dan Shahar (right) does a trial lecture for fellow exhibit leaders (from left) Adi Goldberg, Hila Huber and Ross Weisman. Photo by Amishai Gottlieb.
A destination for culture, education and compassionate support since 1917, the YM & YWHA of Washington Heights and Inwood (“the Y”) elevates the lives of our diverse and evolving Washington Heights and Inwood community through programming and service informed by universal Jewish values. Serving upward of 1,000 unduplicated young people from across Upper Manhattan and beyond, our Youth & Family Department, includes After School programs, Youth Sports programs, Teen programs, and Camps. The Youth & Family Program Manager will serve as part of our overall leadership team, supervising part-time staff, developing, managing and evaluating programming, and working to further the impact and vision of the Y. Additionally, the Program Manager will directly supervise our Jewish Caravan Program, an innovative experiential Jewish after school program, and have a leadership role in our Day Camp.
Read more: Youth & Family Program Manager JD 10.28.14.
SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
Reporting to the Sr. VP: Jewish Education and Engagement, this position is responsible for directing the community-wide post-b’nai mitzvah teen initiative in Los Angeles. The Jewish Teen Initiative will dramatically increase opportunities for thousands of Jewish teens to engage in meaningful Jewish experiences throughout Los Angeles. To create and ensure the optimal programmatic options and quality, we will increase awareness of teen opportunities, expand promising programs, incubate new innovative programmatic ideas, invest in teens as the co-creators of their own programming, and provide essential training and professional development. The Jewish Teen Engagement Initiative is part of our work ensuring the Jewish future.
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The IAC is seeking a New York Director of Education, Programs and events to provide full range leadership and management of all programs. The New York Director of Education, Programs and events reports to the New York Regional Director.
The Israeli-American Council (IAC) mission is to build an active and giving Israeli-American community throughout the United States in order to strengthen the State of Israel, our next generation, and to provide a bridge to the Jewish American Community.
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