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* Registration for summer 2022 is now open *

HOW TO REGISTER USING CAMPINTOUCH

CampInTouch is our secure registration system. You must complete the registration process in one session. It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. You will not be able to save and restart an online application later.

Before you begin, make sure you:

  • Have your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover if paying online
  • Know the session(s) you want to register for

GET HELP WITH REGISTRATION

HOW TO LOGIN TO CAMPINTOUCH

RETURNING FAMILIES You already have a CampInTouch account if you registered for camp in 2020. Use your CampInTouch login to register a new camper or a returning camper. (If you don’t remember your login, click “Retrieve/SetPassword” on the login page to recover it.)

NEW FAMILIES Click the ‘Begin your Application’ button – and then create a new account with your email and a password of your choice.

Please make sure to save your login information for future use!

TO REGISTER MORE THAN ONE CHILD

After registering your first child and reach the final “Application Submitted” screen, click the “Begin New Application” link. All the information for your first child will be saved as you begin the application for your next child.

Families will receive a $150 credit for their second child enrolled for 2021. Each additional child enrolled in camp will receive a $250 credit.

WHO IS THE PRIMARY PARENT/GUARDIAN?

The application will assign the person completing the online form as “Primary” parent/guardian and this person will have the main login for the account. You can add additional parents/guardian contact information and email addresses to the account, but the camp will consider the “Primary” person as the main point of contact by default. When creating your login and setting up your account, please include all custodial parents to accurately reflect your family’s household(s). All parents listed in Household 1 will receive communications from camp and access to forms, summer photos, and financial information. Parent 1 listed in Household 2 will also have access to forms and emails from camp, but will not have access to financial information.

MAKING PAYMENTS

Payments may be made by E-check, Paper Check, Debit Card (all without surcharge), and Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard and Discover). A non-refundable 2.75% credit card processing fee will be added to all credit card transactions. During this time, all URJ offices are closed and the entire Professional Staff is working remotely, so we are unable to accept paper checks. There is a $500 deposit due upon registration. Families can then opt to pay in three installments, monthly, or in full. Click here for more information about payment options for summer 2021.

 

IF YOU DON'T RECEIVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION

Please note that communications sent from or through CampInTouch to Gmail email addresses often get filtered to a spam folder. Please check your spam folder following registration if you do not receive a confirmation of enrollment. If you still have not received an email, please give the office a call.

IF YOU SIGN UP ON A WAITLIST

You will be contacted by our office within three to five business days.

URJ IMMUNIZATION POLICY

The Union for Reform Judaism requires that all camp and travel program participants, staff and faculty must be immunized. For more information, read the URJ Policy Statement on Vaccine Status.

Summer 2022 Dates: Sunday, June 19- Sunday, August 14

Camp Harlam's Counselor in Training (C.I.T.) program is designed to bridge the gap from being a camper to being a staff member. The program combines leadership training, education on how to be a staff member, hands-on experience working with campers, and separate activities just for the participants in the Gesher program. A select group is accepted into this program based on their applications, personal interviews, essays, and recommendations.

The Gesher program is an 8-week (full season) experience that includes a 2-week experiential component living in the cabins with campers.

*The Gesher application is now open.  While we have already accepted participants to the program, we will continue to accept applications as space allows because we know it continues to be a challenging time for so many of our Gesher age kids.  We don’t want our usual November deadline to be an additional stressor and certainly prioritize your wellness first.  If we can be helpful as you consider applying, or have questions about available space, don’t hesitate to be in touch with us.  If you are ready to apply, please use this link.  

Testimonials

The most valuable way to hear about the CIT program is from former CITs. Here is what some CITs had to say about their experience:

“Being a CIT requires you to be okay with making mistakes, accepting them, and learning quickly from them and moving on.”

“I really didn’t expect to change at all when the summer began, but at the end of the summer I realized just how much I had changed. Last year, I cared so much about how others viewed me. And as the course of the summer went on, I stared to recognize that I was so much happier when I was unapologetically me. And I’ve carried this into the beginning of this senior year of high school and I couldn’t be happier not caring about what others think of me.”

“I had the summer of my life. I grew in ways that I did not predict, and I had an incredibly meaningful experience.”

“I really loved this summer. I think it gave the participants so many opportunities to learn how to grow as future leaders not only at camp.”

“My favorite part of the Gesher program was the fact that we were given trust and freedom to be independent with our own kids.”

“I had such a positive experience this summer. I really thought that we had a lot of direction and purpose for being at camp.”

“My favorite part of the Gesher program was the balance it provided between camper and counselor. We had our responsibilities and made the most of our opportunities working with campers, as well as hanging out within Gesher and our fellow CITs.”

“I had many experiences that made my Gesher summer so amazing. One part was simply living in the Bayit. Getting to live with all my friends under one roof really made me appreciate everyone. I loved being able to walk into the center room at night and always have something new to do with someone new. I also loved the aspect of the summer that gave us the freedom to do what we liked. I’ve always been very anxious and I like to do things on my own time, very independently. At camp, it can be difficult to find time to yourself. But the off periods, and the ability to pick what you want as a CIT made the summer so awesome.”

“I became more outgoing and was given many chances to go out of my comfort zone.”

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Summer 2022 Dates: Sunday, June 19- Sunday, August 14

Camp Harlam's Counselor in Training (C.I.T.) program is designed to bridge the gap from being a camper to being a staff member. The program combines leadership training, education on how to be a staff member, hands-on experience working with campers, and separate activities just for the participants in the Gesher program. A select group is accepted into this program based on their applications, personal interviews, essays, and recommendations.

The Gesher program is an 8-week (full season) experience that includes a 2-week experiential component living in the cabins with campers.

*The Gesher application is now open.  While we have already accepted participants to the program, we will continue to accept applications as space allows because we know it continues to be a challenging time for so many of our Gesher age kids.  We don’t want our usual November deadline to be an additional stressor and certainly prioritize your wellness first.  If we can be helpful as you consider applying, or have questions about available space, don’t hesitate to be in touch with us.  If you are ready to apply, please use this link.  

Testimonials

The most valuable way to hear about the CIT program is from former CITs. Here is what some CITs had to say about their experience:

“Being a CIT requires you to be okay with making mistakes, accepting them, and learning quickly from them and moving on.”

“I really didn’t expect to change at all when the summer began, but at the end of the summer I realized just how much I had changed. Last year, I cared so much about how others viewed me. And as the course of the summer went on, I stared to recognize that I was so much happier when I was unapologetically me. And I’ve carried this into the beginning of this senior year of high school and I couldn’t be happier not caring about what others think of me.”

“I had the summer of my life. I grew in ways that I did not predict, and I had an incredibly meaningful experience.”

“I really loved this summer. I think it gave the participants so many opportunities to learn how to grow as future leaders not only at camp.”

“My favorite part of the Gesher program was the fact that we were given trust and freedom to be independent with our own kids.”

“I had such a positive experience this summer. I really thought that we had a lot of direction and purpose for being at camp.”

“My favorite part of the Gesher program was the balance it provided between camper and counselor. We had our responsibilities and made the most of our opportunities working with campers, as well as hanging out within Gesher and our fellow CITs.”

“I had many experiences that made my Gesher summer so amazing. One part was simply living in the Bayit. Getting to live with all my friends under one roof really made me appreciate everyone. I loved being able to walk into the center room at night and always have something new to do with someone new. I also loved the aspect of the summer that gave us the freedom to do what we liked. I’ve always been very anxious and I like to do things on my own time, very independently. At camp, it can be difficult to find time to yourself. But the off periods, and the ability to pick what you want as a CIT made the summer so awesome.”

“I became more outgoing and was given many chances to go out of my comfort zone.”

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