Learn more about the two program options for campers entering 11th grade!
Kadima is a 3.5-week program, giving participants an opportunity to meet their national shichvah (age group). The educational focus of Kadima is on Judaism and social justice in North America. Participants will be exploring local issues and organizations through a Jewish lens while also participating in service-learning projects and educational seminars. Additionally, Kadima participants will be exploring Habonim Dror Camps Tavor and Gesher, as well as cities such as Chicago, Detroit, and Toronto through hiking trips and fun outings that focus on bonding as a collective.
Service Learning project in Detroit (in partnership with Repair The World)
Compete in a scavenger hunt at one of the largest flea markets in the USA
Take a weekend-long trip to Chicago and participate in a socioeconomic tour of the city's Black and Jewish histories
Visit Navy Pier and ride the Ferris wheel
Disco Bowling Extravaganza
Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
Hadracha (Leadership) Seminar
...and so much more!
You can register for Kadima through your CampInTouch account by clicking HERE
2020 Program Dates: July 3rd - 29th,
More information: http://www.hdnaisrael.org/kadima
Join MBI (Machaneh Bonim B’Israel) for a five-week summer adventure with your national shichva (age group). On MBI you will travel throughout Israel, from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv; from the Golan Heights to the Negev. Learn first hand about the Israeli peoples, history, culture, and society.
Relationships developed during the MBI program last a lifetime. Activities focus on building strong ties within their groups and with their national shichva (age group). The MBI program fosters growth and new levels of understanding by creating a powerful learning environment. Israeli, North American and international youth are brought together to provide diverse insight in topics such as community building, Judaism, and the Palestinian–Israeli conflict. MBI participants will be given the opportunity to learn independently and communally about their connection to Israel and Jewish society.
2020 Program Dates: June 29 - July 29
More information: http://www.hdnaisrael.org/mbi