• Meet Our Mishlachat!

    Meet our three Israel counselor/specialists, who will bring a passion for science and technology AND a touch of Israeli flair to camp!


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  • Camp Map!

    Camp is going to be amazing this summer, and here are all the places where the creating, innovating, learning, and experiencing will happen! Click the map for a full-sized version.


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  • Meet Our Lead Instructors!

    Our instructors bring a wealth of experience and energy to their position. They are all dedicated educators who make science and technology come alive at camp. Kate Murdock – Environmental


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  • Summer Playlist

    Sounds like summer is almost here! We’ve compiled a list of songs to get you ready for camp at Sci-Tech. Check out the videos, and see if you can spot


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  • See You Next Month!

    Summer is almost here! In less than 30 days, we will open our doors for our first group of pioneering campers. Soon, camp will be buzzing with the sounds of


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  • Camps Build Robots and Ruach

    This article appeared in the May 28th issue of the New York Jewish Week. Below is a selection from the article. Click the link below to read the entire piece.


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  • Bread Breaker

    Bread Breaker – A Sci-Tech Israeli Creation

    There was no time for the bread to rise as the Israelites made their way from Egypt! In this takeoff on a classic arcade game, you must make all of


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  • Matzah Ball Density

    A great debate has been stirring for ages – should matzah balls sink or float? That question is one of density, a measurement of mass So, how do you make


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  • Happy April Fools’ Day!

    Happy April Fools’ Day! In honor of April Fools’ Day, we present to you our top ten goofy science jokes. Have a favorite of your own? Post it to our Facebook


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  • Mishkan Engineering

    On Tuesday, February 25th, I went to Temple Israel of New Rochelle, NY to build some great structures with the students.


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