Tag: Cohen Camps

  • Reflections on Dor L’Dor Adult Israel Trip 2014

    This guest post was written by Julie Druker Kravetz, a participant on the Dor L’Dor Adult Israel Trip 2014. Julie reflects on the love of Israel, Jewish values and community that infuses Cohen Camps experiences. She shares how those elements were integral to her experience on the Dor L’Dor Adult Israel Trip. When the Cohen […]

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  • Look Inside the Magic of a Tel Noar Summer

    Camp is powerful! Sure camp is about s’mores, friendships bracelets, bonfires, sports, and water skiing – but it is also about the amazing experiences and life skills you can provide for your child. Camp is the supportive environment that helps your child learn to take risks, build resiliency, reflect on their experiences, and develop meaningful […]

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  • The Person I Want To Be

    For many of our staff, deciding what summer plans align best with their career goals and future plans is a challenge they are faced with summer after summer. Internships, school commitments and job opportunities can make the decision to return to camp a more difficult one, but the beautiful thing is that Camp Tel Noar […]

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  • Memories of Dor L’Dor ’13

    I wanted to share a beautifully written reflection about how transformative the Dor L’Dor Leadership Program is, from someone who has had the experience of being both a participant and a staff member. I am hoping the timing of this post will re-kindle DLD’13 and fire-up DLD’14 just as the summer of DLD 2013 is […]

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  • Top 5 Tips for Surviving Life the “Rest of the Year” after a Summer at Camp Tel Noar

    The laundry is done and the camp duffles are packed away for next summer. You’ve had a fantastic first day of school and have begun fall sports and your year-round extra-curricula activities. While camp ended only a month ago, it surely feels like a lifetime ago, and summer 2013 by comparison must feel like eons […]

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