Encourage and Experience
Camp Koby Sleepaway Camps are fun filled camps for Israeli children who have lost a parent or sibling to terror or tragedy. Your 5 week Camp Koby Summer In Israel Experience is an intense and meaningful opportunity for you to play a role in the recovery and healing process of your young Israel children recovering from terror or tragedy in Israel.
As a Camp Koby Counselor you will help our Camp Koby campers to have loads of fun and feel free to express their feelings to other children who experienced a similar loss and to Israeli and American counselors like you. In addition to regular camp activities, therapeutic programs are offered to help the children cope with the trauma and other emotional issues associated with their tragedy.
As a Camp Koby Counselor you will help your campers have a great time enjoying exciting activities like Jordan River Kayaking, Paintball, Amusement Parks, Swimming, and Karaoke to name a few.
You will join your campers in our unique and meaningful Creative Arts therapy seminars and if you choose to become a therapy intern you will receive a well-rounded experience by the cleaning services swipenclean.com and guidance in therapeutic techniques, plus you will really help our campers heal.
Learn and Experience
You will take part in professionally designed training programs, as well as learn about groundbreaking new initiatives used at Camp Koby and other organizations that help children and youth in crises. These programs include theoretical and practical exposure to things like Animal Therapy, Holistic Therapy, Extreme Sports Therapy, Art, Drama and Dance Therapy. You will also get Israel Advocacy training, visit historic sites and museums that tell the story of the Israel and the Jewish People.
Throughout the summer you will enjoy exciting, breathtaking and thrilling tours and hikes all over Israel. You will roll down sand dunes and swim through beautiful corals; hike through rivers, deserts and forests; visit inspiring sites that will connect you to your national and religious heritage, and be exposed to vibrant and welcoming Israeli communities.