#StayCurious and #StayConnected this Summer!

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Based on conversations and meetings with campers and families, URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy East will be offering innovative programming this summer in STEM Education, Community Building, and Jewish Ritual, all through the lens of our mission as a values-based hub of Jewish innovation and discovery.

This program is an act of love given by our incredible volunteer staff who are all donating their expertise and time this summer to support our community in this unprecedented moment.

As part of our Virtual Academy we will have weeklong small-group skill-building Intensives, STEM learning sessions with area experts, a weekly virtual rendition of our Boker Big Bang morning ritual, community-building activities and hangouts like Shabbat Shalectives and Sababa, Let's Talk Torah meetups for each of our age units, and innovative Jewish rituals like Minecraft & Midrash, Kabbalat Shabbat, and Havdalah to make every Shabbat a memorable one this summer.

All activities are free and open to anyone, regardless of where they were planning to spend their summer.  Unless a grade is listed, all activities are open to campers of all ages! All grades indicated are "rising grades", meaning the grade a camper would be in for the 2020-2021 school year. This summer we primarily are serving campers who are going into 4th through 10th grade, but we also have community-wide events for the whole family!

 

 

REGISTRATION

All our events are “a la carte”, meaning you’ll just have to sign up for the things your family is interested in and do not have to register for the entire summer or all events at the same time. By doing this, we can stay nimble and responsive to camper feedback, enrollment, and volunteer availability throughout the summer. Registration links for all other events, besides Intensives and Shabbat Shalectives, will all be available by June 29th on this website if you would like to preemptively schedule and put them on your calendar! There are no space limits for anything other than Intensives, so there's no fear of space running out!

 

SPECIAL FACTS ABOUT INTENSIVE REGISTRATION:

  1. Intensives are our ONLY space limited activity this summer, with each Intensive capped at ~12 campers per Intensive. Because of that, our registration for Intensives works differently than our other activities.
  2. Registration for Intensives will be posted on this website and emailed on a weekly basis for the following week. So for instance, the registration for Week One (the Week starting Monday, June 29th) was emailed out and posted on Monday, June 22nd at 11:00 AM ET.
  3. In order to maximize the number of families we are able to serve with our limited availability, campers are limited to ONE INTENSIVE per week.
  4. Additionally, campers cannot repeat an Intensive they've already taken. In addition to making space for as many campers as possible, curiosity (Sakranut) is a Sci-Tech value! We encourage our campers and our community to try out and learn new things throughout the summer.
  5. REGISTRATION FOR WEEK 4  INTENSIVES (JULY 27 - 31) WILL BE POSTED DOWN BELOW IN THE "WEEK FOUR INTENSIVES" SECTION ON JULY 13TH AT 11:00 AM ET.

 

 

Want to receive our registration reminder emails? Email scitech@urj.org and let us know you'd like to be on the list!

Questions? Watch a recording of our Virtual Academy Family Orientation that was held on Thursday, June 18th!

Virtual Academy Details

INTENSIVES

Intensives are structured, weeklong sessions where campers meet daily for 90 minutes to learn new skills and connect with friends in a small group setting. Most Intensives meet Monday through Friday, except for Evening Intensives which meet Monday through Thursday due to Shabbat. Intensives are led by Intensive Leaders who are experienced professionals and/or educators who write their curriculum in partnership with experienced STEM Education Professionals. Intensive Leaders are assisted by Intensive Helpers who are all college students or above who are primarily majoring in STEM, Education, or Jewish Studies or who are teen leaders in our Machon Teen Leadership program, who receive special training in virtual co-facilitation.

In order to maximize the number of families we are able to serve with our limited availability, campers are limited to ONE INTENSIVE per week. Additionally, campers cannot repeat an Intensive they've already taken. In addition to making space for more families, curiosity is a Sci-Tech value! We encourage our campers and our community to try out and learn new things throughout the summer.

Intensives are divided between Lower Camp (4th - 7th grade) and Upper Camp (8th - 10th grade). All grades indicated are "rising grades", meaning the grade a camper would be in for the 2020-2021 school year. Campers are required to be on a PC/Mac computer for Intensives and campers should not use a Chromebook, tablet, or mobile device.

We are providing instruction and learning spaces, while families are responsible for purchasing and/or downloading any software or materials required for an Intensive.

Space is limited, so make sure to keep an eye out for our Monday registration emails that always go out at 11:00 AM ET. Each week we will announce the following week's Intensives. We’re finalizing intensives on a week by week basis so we can stay nimble and responsive to camper interest, enrollment, and volunteer availability. Registration for Intensives will happen weekly and be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

See below for a tentative list of Intensives for the summer. 

*While all Virtual Academy activities are free and open to anyone, we are asking for a suggested donation for campers who participate in Intensives due to the high level of quality instruction and expertise that goes into their planning and implementation.

Registration for Week 1 Intensives launched Monday, June 22nd at 11:00 AM ET. 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DESCRIPTIONS OF WEEK 1 INTENSIVES

LOWER CAMP (4TH - 7TH GRADE) INTENSIVES

Film Editing with Hitfilm Express, led by Madi Goldman (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Make Pixel Art led by Kyle Armstrong (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE)

Roblox Game Design led by Mason Sirois and Michael Wagner (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Science of Food, a family Intensive, led by Jon Ross (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET)  (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE)

3D Design with Google Sketchup led by Nick Taylor (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE)

 

UPPER CAMP (8TH - 10TH Grade) INTENSIVES

Python Coding led by Michael Wagner (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Rube Goldberg led by Devon Barker and Georgia Klein (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Dungeons & Dragons led by Leo Henkin (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Film Editing led by Adobe Premiere Pro with Madi Goldman (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Engineer a Better World led by Devon Barker (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Cryptography led by Laura Stordy (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE, IT RETURNS WEEK TWO!)

Scientists on Stage led by David Green (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED)

Make Pixel Animation with Adobe Photoshop, led by Kyle Armstrong (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK ONE)

Registration for Week 2 Intensives launched Monday, June 29th at 11:00 AM ET! Your favorite Intensive Filled Up? Email the Main Office at scitech@urj.org and let us know which Intensive you'd like to be added to the Waiting List for! Many Intensives repeat for multiple weeks based on the availability of the volunteer instructors in future weeks.

See below for a list of Week 2 Intensives! We will adjust our Intensive offerings based on camper interest and enrollment in previous weeks, so please let us know if there's something you'd like to see that's not on this list!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DESCRIPTIONS OF WEEK 2 INTENSIVES

LOWER CAMP (4TH - 7TH GRADE) INTENSIVES

Film Editing with HitFilm Express, led by Madi Goldman (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Make Your Own Escape Room led by Rachel Frish (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Roblox Game Design led by Michael Wagner (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO)

Magic & Illusions led by Micah Katz (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO)

 

UPPER CAMP (8TH - 10TH Grade) INTENSIVES

Python Coding led by Michael Wagner (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET)  (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Dungeons & Dragons led by Leo Henkin (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO)

Rube Goldberg led by Devon Barker and Georgia Klein (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Film Editing with Adobe Premiere, led by Madi Goldman (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Cryptography led by Laura Story (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Minecraft (Java Edition) Theme Park led by Evan Rosenthal (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Engineer a Better World led by Devon Barker (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Science of Food, a family Intensive, led by Jon Ross (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK TWO, IT RETURNS WEEK THREE!)

Registration for Week 3 Intensives launches Monday, July 6th at 11:00 AM ET!

Below is a list of Intensives for Week 3! We will adjust our Intensive offerings based on camper interest and enrollment in previous weeks, so please let us know if there's something you'd like to see that's not on this list!

 

LOWER CAMP (4TH - 7TH GRADE) INTENSIVES

Film Editing with HitFilm Express, led by Madi Goldman (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Puzzles & Escape Rooms led by Rachel Frish (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Dungeons & Dragons led by Leo Henkin (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Minecraft Theme Park (requires Java Edition) led by Evan Rosenthal (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Roblox Game Design led by Michael Wagner (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

 

 

UPPER CAMP (8TH - 10TH Grade) INTENSIVES

Python Coding led by Michael Wagner (10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Rube Goldberg led by Devon Barker and Georgia Klein (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Cryptography led by Laura Stordy (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Magic & Illusions led by Micah Katz (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Engineer a Better World led by Devon Barker (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Minecraft Engineering (requires Java edition), led by Isaac Berman (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK THREE)

Film Editing with Adobe Premiere, led by Madi Goldman (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Science of Food, a family Intensive, led by Jon Ross (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Registration for Week 4 Intensives launches Monday, July 13th!

Below is a list of Intensives for Week 4! We will adjust our Intensive offerings based on camper interest and enrollment in previous weeks, so please let us know if there's something you'd like to see that's not on this list!

LOWER CAMP (4TH - 7TH GRADE) INTENSIVES

Roblox Game Design led by Michael Wagner (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

RPG Stories led by Jay Rodolitz and Madi Goldman (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

Puzzles & Escape Rooms led by Rachel Frish (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

Play Dough Prototyping led by Devon Barker (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (REGISTER HERE)

Minecraft Theme Park (requires Java Edition) led by Evan Rosenthal and Shoshy Levine (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

 

UPPER CAMP (8TH - 10TH Grade) INTENSIVES

Minecraft Engineering (requires Java edition), led by Isaac Berman (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET)(NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

History of Science led by Will Mason and Shoshy Levine (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (REGISTER HERE)

Architectural Design led by Charlotte Prevezer (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (REGISTER HERE)

Rube Goldberg led by Georgia Klein and Devon Barker (M-F 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET) (REGISTER HERE)

Advanced Python Coding: Algorithms led by Michael Wagner (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

Advanced Film Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro led by Madi Goldman (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

Music Synthesis with Pure Data, led by Leo Henkin (M-F 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET) (NO SPOTS REMAINING FOR WEEK 4)

Psychology led by Tess Levinson (M-Th 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET) (REGISTER HERE)

Registration for Week 5 Intensives launches Monday, July 27th!

List of Intensives coming soon! We're waiting to decide what intensives we offer based on interest and enrollment in previous weeks.

MINECRAFT & MIDRASH

REGISTER HERE FOR MINECRAFT AND MIDRASH!

WHAT IS MINECRAFT & MIDRASH? Minecraft & Midrash is an experimental Shabbat morning experience via Zoom centered around building and Minecraft that happens every Saturday at 11:30 AM ET. In Minecraft & Midrash, our community will celebrate Shabbat through songs and creative Minecraft building prompts that relate to our Torah service and our Sci-Tech values. Throughout the service, participants will be building and exploring in a Sci-Tech only Minecraft server (built by our staff volunteers!) while listening to the familiar and comforting sounds and drashim (teachings) of a Saturday morning service on Zoom!

WE ARE USING MINECRAFT JAVA EDITION. Families are responsible for purchasing and downloading Minecraft Java Edition themselves on a PC or Mac computer. Mobile, tablet, console, or Chromebook Bedrock versions WILL NOT WORK. You can find the Minecraft Java edition by clicking here! Mobile, tablet, console, or Chromebook versions will NOT work!

WHEN WILL SERVER INFORMATION BE SENT? Detailed instructions on how to connect to the server will be sent out on Friday right before our Kabbalat Shabbat Service. Folks who are participating in the Minecraft building challenge should practice doing the following before joining on Saturday: chat, basic building, exploring/moving their avatar, and creating and leaving signs in Minecraft Java Edition.

DON'T PLAY MINECRAFT? Join us on Zoom anyways! This service is just as much fun to watch as it is to "play". Whether you’re joining us in Minecraft on your computer or with drawing/craft supplies on your kitchen table, there's a way for everyone to participate! We will be singing familiar camp tunes as well as exploring the poetry of the Mishkan T’filah.

CAN I READ TORAH DURING IT? If you're an older camper or adult (post b’nei mitzvah) who is interested in reading Torah during a Minecraft & Midrash service, please go to www.6PointsSciTech.org/TorahReading/ to sign up for a portion and a date!

SABABA & SHABBAT SHALECTIVES

SABABA

Chill out with your Sci-Tech friends and choose from a variety of camp staff- and teen-led games and social activities on Wednesday afternoons! Sababas are divided between Lower Camp (rising 4th - 7th graders) and Upper Camp (rising 8th - 10th graders), with one special Sababa just for our rising 11th graders. All grades indicated are "rising grades", meaning the grade a camper would be in for the 2020-2021 school year. There are NO space limitations for Sababa! You can register right now for the whole summer!

DATES (Wednesdays @ 12:30 PM ET)

Lower Camp (4th - 7th Grade): July 8 and July 29 (REGISTER HERE!)

Upper Camp (8th - 10th Grade): July 1 and August 5 (REGISTER HERE!)

11th Grade: July 15 (REGISTER HERE!)

 

SHABBAT SHALECTIVES

Choose from a variety of shalectives (“shabbat + electives”) on Saturday afternoon to discover new things and connect with your friends in these one-hour, one-off guided activities led by camp staff, staff alumni, and faculty! Shabbat Shalectives are divided between Lower Camp (rising 4th - 7th graders) and Upper Camp (rising 8th - 10th graders). All grades indicated are "rising grades", meaning the grade a camper would be in for the 2020-2021 school year. There are NO space limitations for Shabbat Shalectives! Since these are structured activities, registration for a weekend's Shabbat Shalective activity options will come out the Monday before it happens so we can stay nimble to camper interest and feedback from previous Shabbat Shalective periods.

DATES (Saturdays @ 2:30 PM ET)

Lower Camp (4th - 7th Grade):

July 4th (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

July 18th (REGISTER HERE!)

Upper Camp (8th - 10th Grade):

July 11th (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

August 1st (Registration opens July 27th!)

LET'S TALK TORAH

Let's Talk Torah is a continuation of a camp favorite led by future Rabbi extraordinaire, Julia Berg where campers come together to debate and discuss the weekly Torah Parsha (portion) in a unique and Sci-Techy way! Each Sunday, different Units will come together with our Jewish Life team to create a weekly fun, quirky, silly, and thought-provoking "breaking news" style newscast video that will premiere every week! Did we mention there will be costumes?! All grades indicated are "rising grades", meaning the grade a camper would be in for the 2020-2021 school year. There are NO space limitations to these events and everyone is welcome!

DATES (Sundays @ 2:30 PM ET)

Machon Teen Leaders - June 28th (WATCH THE VIDEO HERE)

4th/5th/6th Grade - July 5th (REGISTER HERE)

7th Grade - July 12th

8th/9th Grade - July 26th (REGISTER HERE)

10th Grade - August 2nd (REGISTER HERE)

MEET THE EXPERTS PODCAST

Join us for the LIVE RECORDING of Sci-Tech's new Podcast!

All summer, we will be recording the audio interviews with STEM experts in front of you, our live studio audience! On the podcast we will explore careers and ideas in science and innovation by meeting with STEM professionals and connecting Jewish values to current research and technologies

 

WEEK TWO: MEET THE MEDIC(AL PROFESSIONALS) (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER)

Our inaugural “Meet the Experts” line up will focus on the medical world. Ever wondered about what it's like to study the human body? This is the series for you! Join our experts as they share with us why they joined the medical field and how this has changed their outlook on life. They will also talk about the role that Judaism has played in choosing and journeying through their current profession! The best part? You'll get to ask them questions too!

TUESDAY JULY 7, 7:00 PM ET - Robbie Berg (Medical School)

On Tuesday, Robbie will be talking about his path through Medical School and what he’s excited about as he begins his Residency. Robbie Berg was the inaugural Assistant Director of 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy East, helping to create and grow the camp from 2013-2016. He then entered medical school at Columbia University and is now starting his residency in psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

THURSDAY JULY 9, 7:00 PM ET - Lillian-Feldman-Hill & Cindy Petrak (Nursing)

On Thursday, Lillian and Cindy will talk all about Nursing, as Lillian is currently a nursing student, and Cindy has been a nurse for almost 40 years. Lillian Feldman-Hill is a pioneer leadership team member and the original Digital Film Production Lead Instructor. Sci-Tech East inspired her to pursue medicine and is currently a nursing student and patient care professional at a large hospital in Columbus, OH. Cindy Petrak is a registered nurse and has been the Health Center Director/Charge Nurse at Sci-Tech East for 7 years. She has been a NICU nurse for 37 years and now works at Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles.

 

WEEK THREE: MEET THE CODERS (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER)

Our second “Meet the Experts” line up will focus on the world of code. Code is transforming your world every day, helping us discover new things, connecting communities, and making us a lot less patient while collecting information. But what does it mean to be a coder? Is it all just start-ups and late nights to get the release out? Join our experts as they share with us why they love coding and chose to join this ever-growing industry, and how this has changed their outlook on life. They will also talk about the role that Judaism has played in choosing and journeying through their current profession! The best part? You'll get to ask them questions too!

TUESDAY JULY 14, 7:00 PM ET - Josh Birnholz & Michael Wagner

On Tuesday, Josh and Michael will discuss what going to school for coding looks like, and what entry-level coding jobs look like. They’ll also get to chat about how Big Tech companies are organized, and what the difference between big tech companies and small startups is. Josh and Michael were previous Lead Instructors for the Programming and Coding workshop, and both started as counselors in 2015. Michael worked at IBM from 2018 to 2020, and Josh has worked for AdventHealth since the fall of 2019, and previously worked for Employment Technologies.

 

WEEK FOUR: MEET THE SCIENTISTS (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER)

Our third “Meet the Experts” line up will focus on the world of science. We’ve all done science experiments to test the world around us, but what does it mean to learn so much about a specific scientific topic that you complete a PhD in it? Join our experts as they share with us why they decided to pursue doctoral research and how their perspectives on science has changed over the years. They will also talk about the role that Judaism has played in choosing and journeying through their current profession! The best part? You'll get to ask them questions too!

TUESDAY JULY 28, 7:00 PM ET- Sam Kazer, Maddy Jennewein (Doctorate)

On Tuesday, Sam and Maddy will talk about how scientific research works, and the joys and challenges of their post - doctoral life. Sam and Maddy were both pioneer staff members at SciTech, and both completed their PhDs this year, Sam at MIT, and Maddy at Harvard. Sam worked on understanding early HIV infection on the single-cell level, while Maddy explored how immunity is conferred from mother to child during pregnancy. Sam is about to start a joint Postdoctoral Fellowship at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, where he plans to investigate how immunity develops in the nose to fight respiratory infections. Maddy just started at the Fred Hutch Institute in Seattle, working on COVID.

THURSDAY JULY 30, 7:00 PM ET - Rachel Shapiro (Ph.D. Candidate)

On Thursday, Rachel will discuss her time in graduate school, and what it means to be a Ph.D. candidate and defend a dissertation. Rachel is currently a Ph.D. candidate in chemical and biomolecular engineering at Johns Hopkins University. She was the inaugural assistant director of URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy West and spent many summers at the URJ Kutz Camp and one summer as the Program Director at Sci-Tech East.

BOKER BIG BANG, KABBALAT SHABBAT, & HAVDALAH

BOKER BIG BANG

Start your week off with a bang! Join us every Monday at 9 AM ET on Zoom for Sci-Tech East's morning tradition of songs, science, and stretching! Register for Boker Big Bang here!

KABBALAT SHABBAT

Join your Northeast Camps family on Facebook Live (Crane Lake Camp, Eisner Camp, and 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy East) to welcome in Shabbat every Friday at 5:00 PM ET on Facebook Live! No pre-registration required, just go to our Facebook page at 5:00 PM ET and you'll see us there! Click here to go to our Facebook page!

HAVDALAH

Come experience a Sci-Tech East multi-sensory Havdalah every Saturday at 7:00 PM ET! Our Havdalah service will be hosted on Zoom and will include personal weekly reflections, traditional summer Havdalah tunes, and dedicated faculty and surprise guests. For each Havdalah service, we will be focusing on the science and meaning behind each of our five senses! Every Saturday we will explore a new sense and explore all the bodily tools we use to discover the world. We will go in the order of the Havdalah senses: sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound. Register for Havdalah here!