JEWISH UNCAMP JULY 4-24, 2023
Meet your new best friends. Discover your hidden gifts and talents. Be a prouder, smarter Jew.
Jewish UnCamp is a Jewish summer camp for independent thinking Jewish high school girls, ages 16-19.
At UnCamp, you'll make one-of-a-kind connections with girls from around the world.
Get unprecendented access to the best and brightest Jewish minds around.
And have life-changing experiences you literally won't find anyplace else.
Because your identity and your mission are on the line -
We'll talk about souls and purpose. What true love means. Why Shabbat. What to do to prevent anxiety and heartache. How to be a best friend. What being a light to the nations means and how to make a real difference in the world, starting today.
Keep reading to see more of what’s on the agenda - including breathtaking outdoor trips and art-making.
"I met so many awesome Jewish girls from all over the world and we’re so close now. I feel so lucky." – Julie from Texas
JEWISH TEENAGE GIRLS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Are you open-minded and adventurous?
Did you have an awesome time at the CTeen Shabbaton? Are you part of a Jewish club, like USY, NCSY or BBYO? Did you go on Heritage Quest?
Are you looking for MORE – more learning, more connections, more fun?
If you answered yes to any of this, and you're a Jewish high school girl between 16 and 19, Jewish UnCamp is right for you.
You don’t need any background in Jewish studies (just some genuine curiosity) and you don’t need to come with a friend because you’re going to make plenty when you’re with us. Check out our pics to see what that looks like.
And did we mention – it’s girls only. That's because when girls get together, we bond instantly. We understand each other. There's no judgment, no pretending and no one's trying to impress anyone. You're going to love that.
"I learned more in 3 weeks here than I did in 10 years of school. It was like a crash course on Judaism and Life."
– Jenn from Washington
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Great ideas, great people, the great outdoors.
Come hiking, kayaking, rafting, biking and swimming with us.
Don't miss the late-night cook-fests, the ropes course, drumming and campfires, talent shows, challah baking, delicious kosher food and magical Shabbats.
And get your questions ready - we'll be in the lounge where lively discussions on the things that matter most to teen girls, happen daily.
THIS ISN'T SOMEONE ELSE'S AGENDA. IT'S YOURS.
What's on the agenda at UnCamp
What does it mean to be a Jew today and why should I care?
How should we respond to anti-semitism?
What does Judaism say about love, technology and culture, gender issues and world peace?
What are our responsibilities to ourselves, our families and to others?
The Jewish UnCamp is your chance to explore life’s big questions through the lens of Judaism.
And with over three thousand years of Jewish wisdom to tap into, it’s going to be a fascinating few weeks.
At the UnCamp you’ll find out what love really means. What the nature of the soul is.
What to do about anxiety, sadness and feelings of insecurity. Why Jewish medical ethics is more important today than ever. How understanding the human psyche can prevent a lot of heartache.
What Jews believe. What the secret to Jewish dating is. Why we keep kosher. What dreams mean. How faith, free will and reincarnation are connected.
Why Jews have kept Shabbat through thick and thin. What the key to happiness is. What about other religions. Why bad things happen to good people. And more, much more.
At the nightly Q&A session, no topic is off limits. This isn’t someone else’s agenda, it’s yours.
Art & More
Ceramics. Acrylics. Collage. Stained glass. Watercolor. Multi-media. Roll up your sleeves, make a mess and have a good time with it. Our art teacher has a philosophy about this. Art helps us make choices and identify personal limitations. When to take control, when to let go, and how to step back to behold the resulting beauty. Heady existential stuff. You’ll like it.
"I met the best people and learned so much. Coolest summer ever!" – Abigail from Portland