With Herzl Camp closed for 2020, this summer isn’t what we planned but it won’t get the best of us! Herzl is bringing a little bit of camp to your homes and hearts this summer with [email protected]! Our virtual summer programming brings some ruach into each day and breaks up the monotony of a long […]
Are you excited for classic camp activities like boating, campfires, and capture the flag?
Campers will face new challenges at Herzl Camp next summer!
Herzl Camp and Minnesota Hillel are excited to welcome Justin “JP” Held in a shared role as our new Director of Jewish Education for both organizations. Justin is currently finishing his rabbinic degree and Masters in Jewish Education at Hebrew College in Boston. He returns now to his Minnesota roots and to two organizations he […]
In a booming economy, our college-age staff have many exciting opportunities that compete with a summer at camp. While we know the value of the hands-on management and leadership skills that a camp counselor job provides, it is hard to compare with glamorous and often well-paid corporate experiences that are frequently now designed as recruiting tools […]
Gift will create a ‘5-star’ waterfront experience.
Welcome to our new, semi-regular column! After 18 years as camp moms, we’ve seen it all and are ready to share our wisdom (or at least our opinions) with you. To get to know each other, we’re answering a question we get a lot and you probably do, too: Why do you send your children away for […]
Camp season is coming soon!
Dear Soon-to-be Herzl Camper, Herzl has changed our lives. It has become our second home. It is a place of unity, friendship, love, kindness, and more. It is where kids from all different backgrounds join together as a family. We have our stories from Herzl, and now you’ll start yours, too. I’m Molly and I’ve been going […]
As Herzl Camp celebrates our 72nd year, we are creating a history exhibit for display at our Music in the City benefit concert in November. This is where you come in! Isn’t there camp regalia in that box in your basement? Didn’t you see a picture of Zadie on staff in 1962 tucked into an old […]