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Tuesday, May 23 • 11:10am - 12:40pm
Filtering the Noise of Camp: Prioritizing & Time Management
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Camp is non-stop and often we feel there is no time to actually do what we need to do! In this session we will have time to share strategies and learn some new ones that use traditional and non-traditional techniques. We will talk about how to set “me” time, stick to a schedule amongst all the noise of camp, and use the time we do have between responsibilities efficently and effectively.

FJC Staff
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Jill Goldstein Smith

Jill is excited to join FJC as the Assistant Program Manager. Her love of Jewish summer camp started in 1997 at URJ Camp Coleman in Cleveland, Georgia, as a camper, and she continued as a counselor, educator and visiting faculty. She has also spent time at URJ Kutz Camp and... Read More →

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Seth Braunstein

Rabbi Seth grew up going to Jewish summer camp. With his passion for informal Jewish education, he has traveled extensively working for many Jewish communities around the world. For the last ten years he has directed The Szarvas Fellowships program in Hungary bringing pluralistic groups of North American high school students to Camp Szarvas, the largest international Jewish camp. He currently serves as a coach for new summer programs that are part of the New York Teen Initiative (affiliated with the Jewish Education Project), UJA, and the Jim Joseph Foundation. In the past he has served in a variety of Rabbinical and educational positions at the Hebrew Institute of White Plains... Read More →

Tuesday May 23, 2017 11:10am - 12:40pm