Category: Cohen Camps

  • Kadima! Let’s go! Introducing the Kadima Leadership Training Program

    First in a series about the Kadima Leadership Training Program This year, Camp Pembroke celebrates its 85th season, Camp Tevya its 80th, and Tel Noar’s 75th comes up next summer! My grandfather, Eli, who founded the three Cohen Camps, always felt that learning and shared experiences connect Jewish values and history to keep our community […]

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  • Give Jewish Camp on #GivingTuesday

      I know the power of Jewish camp. I was a camper, a counselor, and now I carry on my family’s legacy and vision as President of the Cohen Camps. As a camper, I enjoyed swimming and sailing, the comradery…really, everything. As a counselor, I watched campers gaining confidence by trying new activities, and finding […]

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  • Connected with the Cohen Camps Alumni App

    Do you think about your bunkmate from Tel Noar and wonder where he (or she) is? What about your favorite counselor from Bunk 12? Would you interview a Tel Noar alum ahead of other qualified applicants? If so, we have the app for you! We recently launched a Cohen Camps Alumni App from EverTrue to […]

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  • Creating internships — and great counselors, too. DLD: College Style.

      Cultivating college-age counselors — and the Jewish camp’s mission, too: The Cohen Camps pioneer a new answer to a long-term challenge Knowledgeable, committed and experienced camp counselors are the cornerstone of any great summer camp experience. The Cohen Camps, three New England Jewish overnight camps, along with all other Jewish camps face the same […]

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  • Bunk Bonding At Any Age

    We laughed a LOT, sharing stories about summers past, as we diligently planned for the summer that lays ahead. The eight of us sat together, pajamas and all, with snacks strewn about, until the late hours of the night. Sounds familiar, right? Like a late night of antics with your bunk sitting in your best friends area, flashlights in hand, as […]

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