For more than 75 years, the Union for Reform Judaism has provided young people with immersive Jewish experiences that transform and enrich lives. Based in Reform Jewish values, these programs provide nurturing, educational, and fun experiences that promote community, enhance spiritual growth, cultivate Jewish identity, and foster lifelong friendships.
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NFTY - The Reform Jewish Youth Movement
NFTY is open to teens in grades 6 to 12, helping Jewish teens build confidence, friendships and leadership skills through experiential youth-led educational programming including social justice projects, worship, and community-building initiatives .Programs are offered by nearly 500 Reform congregations and on a regional and North American level.
URJ 6 Points Sports Academy, NC
URJ 6 Points Sports Academy provides a unique camping experience that combines professional sports coaching and the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping. Campers feed their passion for sport while strengthening their identity as Jewish athletes, building self-confidence and strong connections to their peers and their Judaism.
URJ Camp Coleman, GA
Since 1964, Camp Coleman has served campers from the Southeast United States from Tennessee and the Carolinas through Georgia and Florida. Our mission is to inspire campers and staff to be caring, committed, and connected to the Jewish community through an extraordinary camp experience.
URJ Heller High
URJ Heller High is the Union for Reform Judaism's accredited semester-long program for Reform Jewish high school students in grades 10 to 12, offering an unparalleled opportunity to be immersed in the richness of the land, culture, people, and history of Israel, all while earning high school and college credit.
Yallah! Israel is the Union for Reform Judaism's network of Israel travel programs for teens. High school students hike, climb, discover, and explore with new friends from across the continent, returning home with endless personal accomplishments, meaningful memories, and a lifelong connection to Israel.