In the City Camps fills void by offering programs online
Thanks to the Foundation for Jewish Camp for helping us
When school kids throughout Atlanta were stuck at home for the second snow day in a row, the ITCC team reached out to its stellar
We will use the $20,000 grant to bring our Jewish camp curriculum, experiential teaching technique, and marketing knowledge to Atlanta synagogue early childhood camps.
We have so many exciting updates to share with you about summer 2018. Let’s get right to it. Registration is OPEN! Financial Support Application is
After visiting In the City Camp this summer, The Jewish Georgian wrote a great article about camp’s mission and how we bring it to life each summer.
Read the complete article here.
The invitation-only program provides participating camps with resources and support in the areas of board development, governance, strategic
Find the 10 Rosh Hashanah-themed Hebrew words and learn what they mean.
Download and print the pdf.
Winter Camp, Winter Indoor Soccer, Staff Application, Camp Reunion, and more!
Please join us Wednesday evening, August 30, as the community honors In the City
Our annual hike to the top of Stone Mountain is more than just a field trip; it’s a tradition that is deeply connected to the Jewish values and 21st century skills we strive to instill in our campers.
Read the article we wrote for the Foundation for Jewish Camp about the importance of tradition at camp.
Learn about our parent speaker series, family day at Fernbank Planetarium, and family Shabbat dinner!
There’s a new youth soccer league in town! In the City Camp has partnered with Dragon Goal USA and Atlanta Contact Point to bring indoor
In the City Camp parent Shana Reh, mom of Jacki (9) and Sam (5), tells the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta how In the City Camp has impacted her family. We are kvelling.
Read about ITCC’s impact on the Reh family here.
In the City Camps is not a licensed childcare facility and is not required to be licensed by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, as the program is exempt from state licensure requirements.