Giborim/Road Rulz

For more information call 609-822-1167 or email camp@jccatlantic.org.

Giborim ‘Heroes’

Grades
7-8

Full Day
9:00-4:00 pm

Giborim campers will enjoy:

  • Four weekly trips to the beach for professional surf lessons,
    amusement parks, waterparks, parasailing, bay kayaking, stand up
    paddle boarding, and more!
  • Special community service component where campers will learn
    about “Tikkun Olam,” a Jewish value defined by acts of kindness
    performed to perfect or repair the world

Giborim campers may sign up for as many weeks as they’d like, from 1-8
weeks.

GIBORIM CAMPERS ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE ROAD RULZ
TRIP (JULY 6-20) FOR THE ULTIMATE SUMMER EXPERIENCE!

Road Rulz – JCC Teen Tour Ages 12 – 16

Road Rulz Logo 2016

Northern Exposure June 26 – July 5
The Wonders of The Wild West July 17 – August 1

The Katz JCC will offer two amazing overnight experiences in 2018.  Campers ages 12 – 16 will travel by bus (and plane) to explore great locations across the USA and Canada while creating lifelong memories and seeing some of the best state parks, cities and locales each region has to offer.

The group will stay at different JCCs, KOA Cabins and university dorm rooms, exposing teens to the big world at our doorstep.  Supervised by adult staff and certified teachers – the JCC Road Rulz Teen Tour is the ultimate summer road trip for your camper!

NORTHERN EXPOSURE: 10 DAYS & 9 NIGHTS
New England & Canada: Celebrate July 1 Canada Day in Montreal & July 4 in Boston!
June 26 – July 5, 2018

THE WONDERS OF THE WILD WEST:  16 DAYS & 15 NIGHTS
The ultimate road trip hitting the highlights of the Southwest and the Top National Parks in the U.S.A.
July 17 – August 1

FOR TEENS ENTERING GRADES 9 & 10
Leader In Training Program

Our Movilim LIT program combines the opportunity of learning how to
become a great counselor and leader while still having fun as a teenager.
Camp LITs are asked to commit to at least four weeks, but are encouraged
to spend all eight weeks with us.

Leadership workshops help teens learn about child development,
conflict resolution and group dynamics. Through hands-on training,
the program gives teens useful tools and information on how to be an
effective counselor. LITs learn how to plan an activity, interact effectively
with both campers and co-counselors, handle tough situations and form
connections with campers.

LITs are required to attend camp staff training and orientation
to be a part of the program. For LITs joining us midway
through summer, an additional mandatory orientation training will
take place TBD.