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URJ Eisner & Crane Lake Camps (The Berkshires, MA)
Our regional northeast camps offer programs for middle and high school students.
URJ Kutz Camp (Warwick, NY)
A specialized leadership camp, where teens get to customize their own program focused in music, creative arts, advocacy and more.
URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy (near Boston, MA)
Bright young minds blend science and technology in a rich Jewish camp experience.
URJ Mitzvah Corps (New Jersey)
Participants volunteer with grassroots organizations in their own “backyard”, helping to make a real difference in their community.
Travel North America & The World
URJ Mitzvah Corps (North America, Central America & Israel)
Participants volunteer in immersive social action, helping to make a real difference regionally and globally.
NFTY in Israel (Israel & Europe)
Four weeks of unforgettable personal discovery, hiking and exploration in Israel.
URJ Heller High (Formerly NFTY-EIE) (Israel)
An accredited summer program for students in grades 10-12th, offering the opportunity to live and study in Israel while earning high school and college credit.
URJ 6 Points Sports Academy (Greensboro, NC & Los Angeles, CA)
A top-tier sports camp teamed up with the richness of a Jewish experience.
URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy (West Chester, PA)
Mentored by the best in their field, young artists are drawn together in a dynamic community to experience camp, explore their passions, and improve their skills in culinary arts, dance, instrumental or vocal music, theatre, and visual arts.
URJ Tour La'Agam - Teen Bike Tour (Michigan)
A bicycle ride on the Lake Michigan shoreline, offering hundreds of miles for exploration.
NFTY is committed to working in conjunction with teens and parents, and their home congregations, to make a summer experience possible for everyone. The amount of scholarship awarded to each family will be based on the number of applicants and level of need. To request a scholarship, please complete our online application.
On a case-by-case basis, additional scholarship money may be available from your synagogue and/or local UJA Federation office. We encourage you to explore these options as well.