Adapting Podcast: 10 for 2: The Impact of Summer Day Camps All Year Round
Above: Campers and staff gather on the migrash at Ramah Day Camp in Nyack in Nyack, N.Y.
The impact of Jewish Day Camps in North America is significant. Rabbi Ami Hersh - the director of Ramah Nyack- knows this well as someone who has spent more than half his life working in the field. Rabbi Hersh and David Bryfman explore some of the magic of Jewish day camps, expose a few secrets behind these experiences, and challenge us all to think about how such a successful model of Jewish education can be spread to other settings and experienced all year-round.
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