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Jewish Summer Resources

Jewish summer camps and teen programs combine the activities, friendships, and communal life of traditional camps with the Jewish values, role models and culture of our shared heritage. These programs offer  a unique, immersive experience that where children can experience joy and discovery in a communal Jewish setting.
As a Reform congregation we are part of the URJ (Union for Reform Judaism). The URJ runs several sleepaway camps in our area and beyond: Camp Harlam6 Points Sci-Tech6 Points Sports & 6 Points Creative Arts
6 Points Sci-Tech in the Boston area for children with a passion for science and technology.  They can spend time in robotics, video game design, environment science, digital media and more.


6 Points Sports in North Carolina for children with a love of sports!
6 Points Creative Arts a camp for children with a passion for the arts. Campers experience musical theater, creative writing, photography, instrumental & vocal music, dance and more.
There are 150+ awesome sleepaway camp options within the Foundation for Jewish Camp network of camps! Check out events for an array of camps at

Need Assistance?

  • Reach out to Shari Rothstein, Director of Congregational Learning, to discuss summer options. If you want to know more about camp readiness and tips for new camper families, let us reach out and we can send you advice put together by camp professionals as well as a link to download a free guide to planning sleepaway camp tours, including 7 key steps to choosing the right camp
  • Contact Greater MetroWest Federation's full-time Jewish Camp Expert, Tracy Levine Director, One Happy Camper NJ, (973) 929.2970 |  She has guided thousands of families and knows how to narrow down finding the right summer experience in a smart and easy way! This service is 100% free – never a fee or commission to families or camps. Click here for a free 15 minute consultation.

Financial Resources

There are many scholarships available, both needs-based and non-needs based that help reduce the cost of Jewish sleepaway camp and other Jewish summer experiences.
  • First time campers at Jewish summer camp are all eligible for a special non-need-based One Happy Camper grant up to $1,000 – more details here
  • Federation’s need-based Rocker Family Scholarships help make sleepaway camp more affordable with multi-year support and a duffel of camp supplies of new camps – more info here.
  • For a consultation about grants, and/or scholarships, please Gerri Russo at MetroWest Federation,  or (973) 929-2972 for a confidential conversation.
  • Temple Sholom offers need based camp scholarships – please contact Rabbi Groffman
Mon, May 27 2024 19 Iyar 5784