June 22nd – August 2nd
Can’t make it for 6 week? See our two-week Blocs below.
|Grade in Fall 2023||Program||Tuition||Early Bird Tuition (before September 15th)||Trip Fees|
Build Your Own Summer
Can’t make it for six weeks this summer? Join us for two or four weeks by choosing from our two-week Blocs.
|Bloc||Dates||Tuition||Early Bird Tuition (by September 15th)|
|Bloc 1: Explore||June 22-July 5||$3425||$3300|
|Bloc 2: Experience||July 6 -July 19||$3425||$3300|
|Bloc 3: Act||July 20 - August 2||$3425||$3300|
|2 Blocs (4 weeks)||$6250||$6000|
Current 11th graders will enjoy the best of both worlds: two weeks at Tel Yehudah and three and a half weeks in Israel. Learn more here.
|Gesher Complete||2 weeks at Tel Yehudah and 3 1/2 weeks in Israel||June 22 - July 28|
|Gesher TY||2 weeks at Tel Yehudah||June 22 - July 5||REGISTER||$2925 ($2800 if registered by September 15th)
*Includes special $500 Gesher discount)
|Gesher Israel||3 weeks in Israel||July 5 - July 28||REGISTER||$6150 ($3000 RootOne Grant available)|
Sibling Discount: $200 discount for each additional sibling registered to attend TY in 2023.
Refer-a-Camper: $1000 discount for each new camper* recruited to attend TY in 2023. (*$500 for new campers who attend one Bloc at Tel Yehudah.) Not available for Gesher.
*Referred campers cannot have previously attended any other Young Judaea camp.
Home & Away Discount: $500 discount for camper who attend four or more weeks at Tel Yehudah and also attend a program at another Young Judaea summer camp in 2023. (*$250 discount for those campers who attend two weeks at Tel Yehudah and a program at another Young Judaea summer camp.) Not available for Gesher.
Our travel assistance fund helps alleviate costs for families that need financial assistance to pay for flights to/from Newark Airport. In order to qualify for our travel assistance, you must first apply for tuition assistance.
Need-based tuition assistance is available by application for Summer 2023. Find out more here.
Up to $1,000 incentive grants are available for any teen who has never attended Jewish sleep-away camp. For more information, visit www.onehappycamper.org.