Atra’s Rabbi Experience Research
This research, the first of its kind in a generation, explores the impact of rabbis on Jewish young adults (ages 18 44) in the United States.
The Hiddur Initiative guides Jewish residential camps through a process to improve their Jewish vision and programming in service of inspiring campers to live engaged, knowledgeable, and joyful Jewish lives.
With a $10.2 million combined investment from the AVI CHAI Foundation and the Jim Joseph Foundation (the funders), the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) incubated four new Jewish specialty camps from October 2012 through November 2016, turning ideas into actual, functioning camps.
About a century after the first Jewish overnight summer camps were established in North America, Hebrew remains an important component of the camp experience.