• 2018 Session 1 Opening Day


    Here's a snapshot into our opening day!


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  • Peak into Staff Week 2018


    Ever wonder what counselors do before campers arrive? Well here's an idea.


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  • Do You Know Who Your Hall is Named After?


    Ever wondered who your hall was named after? Well look no further! Each of our halls are in honor of Jewish icons across the STEM fields. These are the 6 names to know before you arrive to Sci-Tech.


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  • Birthday Bash Guest List ft. Leadership 2018


    Come celebrate our 5th birthday with the Sci-Tech staff!


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  • Korach: The Sci-Tech Ecosystem


    In the parsha, it is apparent that Korach and his followers had a need that was not being met and that is why they separated themselves from the community. Not everyone needs a role that makes them stand out apart from the community, but everyone needs to know that wherever they fit into our ecosystem is important and invaluable.


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  • Korach: Coming from a Place of Compassion and Love


    Over the course of working with this supervisor I learned how to be a more compassionate mentor and person, and even though it was difficult it taught me a lot about myself and what I am able to overcome. I learned that no matter what any individual is going through, the greatest gift we have is being able to be there for each other.


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  • 7 Decades of Innovation in Israel: Science and Technology Partnerships

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    On my most recent visit to Israel – in preparation for this summer’s URJ Sci-Tech Israel program – I noticed the presence of U.S. companies. Throughout Israel’s “Silicon Wadi,” the counterpart to our Silicon Valley, are research and development facilities for Google, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and others, intermixed with a vast array of Israeli start-ups, including Mobile-Eye, Orcam, StoreDot, and others. The foundations for many of these research collaborations were establish during Israel’s third decade.


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  • Yom Hashoah: Remembering Nicholas Winton


    In honor of Yom Hashoah, we wanted to share this powerful video created by Sci-Tech Camper Jonathan Tamen. Jonathan's video tells the story of Nicholas Winton, a British humanitarian who saved 699 children from Czechoslovakia during the Holocaust. We are so inspired by and proud of Jonathan's beautiful and moving work.


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  • Passover Seder Materials


    Campify your seder table!


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  • 7 Decades of Innovation in Israel: Computers and Software Technologies

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    Today, Israel is known worldwide as a leader in science and the hi-tech industry. During its second decade (1958-1968), the still-young nation laid the groundwork that eventually would enable its advanced institutions and hi-tech companies to flourish, creating a global center for innovation.


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