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Exclusion to Inclusion

posted by on Aug 31, 2015

Inclusion cultivates a warm, safe, judgment free zone. Children, who ordinarily may not be friends, embrace each other in friendship and kindness. What happens when it brings out the exclusive side? I’m better; you are weird. Can we break through that? How do bring back the judgment free zone?

Being a Counselor at CYJ

posted by on Aug 31, 2015

Being a camp counselor this past summer was an unbelievable experience for me. This opportunity allowed me to bring my camp experience full circle as I worked with kids in the same aidot I attended as a camper.

2 Fronts and 2 Floods

posted by on Jun 29, 2015

Everyone at Camp Young Judaea-Texas was saddened by the devastation that the flood dropped onto our communities. We at CYJ have responded on two fronts, both within Wimberley and Houston. While camp was mostly spared, Wimberley was hit very hard.

Proud to be a Judaean

posted by on Apr 30, 2015

I admit I did not grow up in Young Judaea; however, I am a Judaean. Maybe, with enough years of working for Young Judaea professionally (started in 1995 as an Assistant Regional Director), that gives me the right to say I am a Judaean.