Kimama has four summer camps in Israel (Michmoret, Galim, Hof, KimamaTech), and we are often asked what makes each camp special.
A Few Words about me
I hold a BA in Special Education and a community theater, and a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy, from the University of Haifa. I currently work with children and youth in various settings. In the past I served as a Shlicha at Camp Tamarak in Michigan. I Joined Kimama in 2004 as a counselor, and since then filled different positions at our camps such as program director for our Michmoret camp.
Last week we returned from the Skimama camp in Austria, and the excitement has not yet worn off. I know this feeling well after many years during which I have managed Kimama camps and projects, and I think that’s why so many good friends and staff members come back year after year. And why is this Skimama different from all others? Normally I join the ski camp as a staff member, but this time I went as camp manager. Read More
Last Passover, during our ski camp in Austria, there was spring time and comfortable weather. Every day we went skiing on the mountain that was full of snow, but the sun was always shining, and the views were breathtaking. That’s what it’s like when you ski in April on a glacier at an altitude of 3000 meters, and the camp itself is located at the foot of the mountain, in the valley. Read More
The Wonderful Place near Venice
Kimama’s community of parents meet some very interesting people, and over the years, some friendships have naturally formed. One of the special people I met last year is Enon, a seasoned and outstanding start up entrepreneur. As part of his job, he meets a lot of people around the world and visits all sorts of places that not everyone gets to see. Read More