Environmental, outdoor adventure and sports camps are among those to emerge from an ‘incubator’ project.
Yoni Stadlin was washing the dishes one day when he suddenly had a big idea: what if he started a new Jewish camp?
Stadlin had worked as the director at a day camp and had been involved with seven Jewish overnight camps, along with earning a master’s degree at the Jewish Theological Seminary in informal education. He knew his career would be in Jewish camping, but to make a pre-existing camp all that he wanted it to be seemed daunting. Then, the dishes, and the idea for a new camp model emerged from the soap bubbles.