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Oconomowoc, WI Reform

URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute (OSRUI)

URJ Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute

URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute, the Reform Movement’s camp in Wisconsin, combines creative and innovative Jewish experiences with all the fun of summer camp! OSRUI provides a fun, supportive and nurturing environment. A summer with us promotes independence, personal growth, and lifelong friendships.

*We welcome transgender, intersex, non-binary and gender-non conforming campers



Oconomowoc, 53066



Oconomowoc, 53066

Campers per Session

Large (400-999 campers)

Staff to Camper Ratio



Coed, Non-binary

Lunch Provided


Transportation Provided


Dietary Needs

Allergy accommodations, Gluten-free accommodations, Kosher, Kosher (no supervision), Vegetarian

Disabilities / Inclusion

Facilities for Mobility Challenges

Meet The Director

Beth Rodin

Beth’s (she/her/hers) Jewish journey and love for camp started in Oconomowoc as a toddler. A long-time camper, staff member, unit head and faculty member at both OSRUI and the URJ Kutz Camp, she has spent more than 30 summers in the URJ camping system!

Throughout her career in camping and NFTY (The Reform Jewish Youth Movement), Beth has always been energized by the opportunity to be a Jewish educator and coach of people. As NFTY’s North American Managing Director, Beth worked with a network of teens, clergy, and professionals across North America to lead over 120 weekend events annually for thousands of young people. Beth also has extensive background as an experiential educator and outdoor adventure facilitator having led youth camping trips across Wisconsin, California, and in Israel. Beth believes that the grounds of OSRUI are a 250-acre living laboratory where campers and staff get to create and practice living the Jewish lives they wish to build.

Beth is a proud alumna of another great Wisconsin institution – the University of Wisconsin in Madison – and holds a master’s in Jewish Professional Studies from Spertus College in Chicago. When not in Oconomowoc, Beth lives in Skokie with her husband Sam, and their sons Charlie, Joey, and Micah.