Closer To Home
URJ Camp Newman (Vallejo, CA)
Our regional camps offer programs for middle and high school students.
URJ Mitzvah Corps (Pacific Northwest)
Participants volunteer with grassroots organizations in their own “backyard”, helping to make a real difference in their community.
URJ 6 Points Sports Academy (Los Angeles, CA)
A top-tier sports camp teamed up with the richness of a Jewish experience.
URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy (Thousand Oaks, CA)
Bright young minds blend science and technology in a rich Jewish camp experience.
Travel North America & The World
URJ Mitzvah Corps (North America, Central America & Israel)
Participants volunteer in immersive social action, helping to make a real difference regionally and globally.
NFTY in Israel (Israel & Europe)
Four weeks of unforgettable personal discovery, hiking and exploration in Israel.
URJ Heller High (Formerly NFTY-EIE) (Israel)
An accredited summer program for students in grades 10-12th, offering the opportunity to live and study in Israel while earning high school and college credit.
URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy (West Chester, PA)
Mentored by the best in their field, young artists are drawn together in a dynamic community to experience camp, explore their passions, and improve their skills in culinary arts, dance, instrumental or vocal music, theatre, and visual arts.
URJ Tour La'Agam - Teen Bike Tour (Michigan)
A bicycle ride on the Lake Michigan shoreline, offering hundreds of miles for exploration.
URJ Kutz Camp (Warwick, NY)
A specialized leadership camp, where teens get to customize their own program focused in music, creative arts, advocacy and more.
NFTY is committed to working in conjunction with teens and parents, and their home congregations, to make a summer experience possible for everyone. The amount of scholarship awarded to each family will be based on the number of applicants and level of need. To request a scholarship, please complete our online application.
On a case-by-case basis, additional scholarship money may be available from your synagogue and/or local UJA Federation office. We encourage you to explore these options as well.