June 1 – July 31, 2020
This summer wasn’t what we expected, but we have made it great with Virtual Summer Camp!
For those families who wish to remain at home this summer, ITC has you covered with ITC@Home Virtual Camp and our goal remains the same – to connect our community through Jewish values and choice-based activities, strengthening decision-making skills and building self-confidence!
ITC@Home includes bunk time for social interaction, shira for ruach and fun, as well as a variety of activities each day!
July 6 – 31, 2020
While we cannot run our full day program, we are committed to maintaining the ITC Experience our campers love. With this new specialty camp program (at The Weber School), our campers still get to make their own decision about what they want to do at camp and create friendships with a small group of 10 campers. Each ITC Experience group will have 2 Jewish role model counselors to provide quality activities and facilitate safe fun for campers.
Kid and Tween campers can choose from: Sports, Art, Dance & Drama, or Science & Exploration. Teen campers will play Ultimate Frisbee.
There are several seasonal employment opportunities at In the City Camps, starting as a Counselor (rising 11th-12th grade/college) to Unit Head (college/post grad). We also look for Activity Specialists who want to share their passions with our Kid Campers (sports, arts & crafts, cooking, drama, dance, or virtually any other cool activity to teach!)
Our progressive Kid Camp program allows campers to choose their own activity – a method proven to strengthen decision-making skills and build self-confidence! Sports, water slides, arts & crafts, music, archery, dance, cooking – your child will do it all while making new friends and connecting with Jewish role-model counselors.
Camp Mogul is created to unlock the potential of Jewish tweens by sparking a passion for entrepreneurship. Campers experience the excitement and challenge of bringing a real, profitable business to fruition in just five days — building skill-sets to launch their venture, present an idea, and consider how business might play into their future — all under the overarching umbrella of Judaism.
There are many seasonal employment opportunities at In the City Camps, starting as a Junior Counselor (rising 10th grade) to Counselor (rising 11th-12th grade/college) to Unit Head (college/post grad). We also look for Activity Specialists who want to share their passions with our Kid Campers (sports, arts & crafts, cooking, drama, dance, or virtually any other cool activity to teach!)
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