FAQ for Camp Professionals
Once a camp is ready to commit, fill out the application form to begin the onboarding process.
Support is available to help camps build their sites, and all participating camps participate in a bi-monthly meeting to share and learn with other camp professionals using the site. Participating camps will also be asked to report on their community engagement on JC@H.
At camp, kids typically hear about what’s happening each day at meals or at the flagpole. Their camp’s JC@H homepage keeps them up-to-date with information about upcoming events, special programs, camp announcements, and even birthdays! The homepage is the one section of JC@H that is not password protected, so anyone interested – parents, alumni, prospective campers – can visit this page and learn about the camp community.
The Jewish Camp @ Home app is super customizable to meet your camp’s needs.
Each camp can pick from four main design outlets: