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Camp Census

Data is uniquely important to building the field of Jewish camp. This Census collects data that is aggregated, analyzed, and shared back through reports that identify trends and learnings and give us better leverage to advocate for the field.

2016 FINDINGS

Day Camp Census

FJC’s Day Camp Census 2016 findings represent day camps during Summer 2016. The results are derived from 130 surveys, an increase of 22 more camps participating than in 2015 day camp survey administered by JData. FJC believes the field of Jewish day camp is larger and expects the sample to grow as they build more connections in the next few years.

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Overnight Camp Census

For the summer of 2016, Jewish overnight* camps experienced an aggregate 2% growth in camper enrollment, reaching 80,622 campers.  Since 2006, we have seen a steady rise in campers, camps, and the number of campers per camp; the number of campers has grown 23%, with the number of camps in the FJC network has grown 13%.

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