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Recognizing Your Self Pivoting Skills-Before, During and After

Recognizing Your Self Pivoting Skills-Before, During and After

In this session, we will delve into facilitation skills, and how to foster and encourage your best self as a leader before your program, during your program and after your program.

Falling in Love with Nature Again

Falling in Love with Nature Again

Falling in Love with Nature Again by Josh Lake

Jewish natural wisdom will guide us in our exploration while we play in nature.
Fun games that reconnect us to the natural world will allow us to explore our surroundings with laughter and joy.

Cornerstone Song Archive

Cornerstone Song Archive

Every year for Cornerstone, in partnership with FJC, one of our educators writes an original song to be the anthem of that year’s seminar. Here are all the songs from years past –

*With the exception of Song Ayzehu and Climb That Mountain, all songs have an accompanying PDFs with lyrics and chords. We encourage you to record your own version of any of the songs and send it to Jordyn@jewishcamp.org to be featured on social media.

’22 – Grow, by Chana Rothman

’21 – Mah Norah, by Chana Rothman

’20 – Belong, by Noam Katz

’19 – Makom Echad, by Noam Katz

’18 – Im Rak Nalz, by Noam Katz

’17 – Zeh Bazeh, by Noam Katz

’16 – Know (Da Lifnei), by Noam Katz

’15 – Arevim, by Chana Rothman

’14 – A Good Name, by Chana Rothman

’13 – Gibor – Hero, by Naomi Less and Glenn Grossman

’12 – Ayeka, by Chana Rothman

’11 – Simplify, by Chana Rothman and C Lanzbom

’09 – U’faratzta, by Noam Katz

’08 – Climb That Mountain, by Yoni Stadlin and Davey Rosen

’07 – Song Ayzehu, by Josh Nelson Project

Mind, Body, and Soul: The Five Senses Service

Mind, Body, and Soul: The Five Senses Service

Wake up with singing, movement, and creativity. Instruments welcome although not necessary; your voice and your body are instrument enough.  You are welcome just as you are. -By Chana Rothman & Noam Katz