Camp Director Mentor Program
Cohort II Participants
Emma Kaufman Camp
Camp Solomon Schechter
Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camp (BHEC)
Young Judaea Sprout Brooklyn
Camp Massad Montreal
JCC Denver Camp Shai
Camp Deeny Riback
Habonim Dror Camp Tavor
Camp Moshava Wild Rose
In the City Camp
JCC-South Hills Summer Day Camps
New Jersey Y Camp
Camp Young Judaea Sprout Lake
B’nai B’rith Camp
JCC Summer Camps
Young Judaea Sprout Westchester Day Camp
Camp Twelve Trails
Habonim Dror Camp Moshava
Toni Davison Levenberg
Camp Interlaken JCC
The Camp Director Mentor program matches new camp directors with mentors in the field as they navigate the demands and opportunities of their new role. With a structured process, mentors and mentees have several connection points spanning nine months, aimed at providing mentees with support, an outside perspective, and the opportunity to learn alongside someone who deeply understands the role. Mentors gain the opportunity to deepen their mentoring tool kit and build a connection with new talent in the field.
Have questions or want to learn more? Please reach out to Briana Holtzman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 23, 2023: Mentee and Mentor Orientations (Zoom)
February 2023 – September 2023:
- Mentors & Mentees meet 1:1 for 1 hour monthly and experience a site visit
- Mentor and Mentee mid-program cohort meetings (March & May)
The opportunity to be together at camp can be one of the most helpful and enriching shared experiences in the mentoring relationship. Camp is where the magic happens and being able to share it and be immersed in it after spending months working together will be the capstone of the mentor/mentee relationship.
FJC recognizes that all this planning will be happening in the context of a world-wide pandemic, so we will all work together to be safe and adaptive with plans as needed.
Scott Brown, Lead Mentor: Working alongside the FJC Team, Scott Brown serves as the Camp Director Mentor Program’s Lead Mentor and supports all participants through the mentorship experience. Scott is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF). He served as Executive Vice President and Vice President for Talent at Hillel International, where he created and ran a new director mentoring program. He is a former camp director, Hillel director at the University of Maryland, and has had significant roles in leadership of many non-profit organizations.
Briana Holtzman, Senior Director of Organizational Development: email@example.com
Jason Scheff, FJC Fellow: firstname.lastname@example.org