• Celebrating Art: Play Week, Chagigah Highlight Final Week of First Session

    We are very proud of the daily activities we offer here at Eisner. All summer, our campers have been hard at work honing their skills and creativity, from the stage to the recording studio to the pottery wheel. After weeks of rehearsals, sketches, and countless coats of paint, our entire camp community finally got to see all the art, in its many forms, that campers created this session.


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  • Jewish Life: Limud & Kesher College at Eisner

    ednesday was the twentieth day of our twenty-three days of staff training before the opening of camp. There’s a lot to do to get camp ready-- training staff in supervision, safety, and camper care; preparing different program areas; orienting new staff to the culture of Eisner Camp. This last item involves learning about, and experiencing the core values of our camp, and these are Jewish values. So on Wednesday the entire staff, including administrative, housekeeping, kitchen, counselors, instructors, and leadership team all had a chance to participate in a day of Jewish learning.


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  • Looking for the Good and Being the One

    At Eisner we are taught to "Be the One" and to be kind to everyone, which are some of the same ideas we promote in the LFTGP campaign. At Eisner, our differences do not polarize us, but bring us closer together.


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  • Being the One in Boston and Beyond

    At that moment, I realized that I had truly embraced the lesson I hope I have helped to teach others. I stood up, spoke up and showed up to BE THE ONE and with renewed purpose and a smile, I marched on.


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  • Mindfulness Initiative at Camp: Meditation, Gratitude, and More

    We are excited to share that Eisner Camp has been chosen to participate in a selective pilot program to expand our mindfulness activities at camp.


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  • One Camper’s Journey is a Communal Experience: Lech L’cha

    We speak of Abraham’s journey as the start of the unique covenantal relationship that we have inherited. Lech l’cha… it is a single journey, written in the singular as a command; but it is not taken alone. While God spoke to Abraham, he didn’t sojourn by himself. Sarah went with him and so did Lot.


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  • From Eisner to Uganda

    This past summer, Eisner Camp was blessed to have two counselors join us from Uganda: Yonatan and Samuel. Throughout their time with us, they shared many facets of life in their home community of Namatumba, from everyday activities to traditional dances.


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  • 6 Things You Can Only Do in Israel

    Take the first step in your (or your child’s) next adventure – a trip to Israel!


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  • Jewish Life Update, Week 7

    What do “the Mo” (or Mo’adon, where campers get candy once/week) and “my family” have in common?


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  • Sending Your Child to Camp: A Lesson in Holding Tight and Letting Go

    Sleepaway camp can be a place of amazing growth and development - for children and parents.


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