From Camper to Leader

Counselor in Training Program
For teens entering 10th-12th grades
Our CIT program is open to 15-17-year-olds who are interested in a fun and rewarding summer job. The program will bring together high school students from different communities within Milwaukee. The program offers leadership and job training while giving the students a fun and rewarding summer. All CITs will be compensated for their time. Application is required and limited spots are available.
Contact Lenny Kass at 414-967-8289 or Shelby Elias at 414-967-8248.

Bonim (builders) Leaders
Available All 4 Sessions

For teens & young adults entering 10th grade and up
Day camp is the perfect setting for individuals with special needs who are currently enrolled in high school or beyond. This program helps develop leadership skills through:

  • Interaction with younger campers
  • Community service projects
  • Camp work projects

A parent interview is required prior to the start of the registration process for each teen or young adult. To begin the conversation, call JCC Rainbow Day Camp at 414-967-8248.

 

The Village & Beyond • Shiluv Optional Add-on
Upstream Arts • Week of July 25-29
For campers entering 6th Grade & Older
Upstream Arts provides programming for youth and adults with mild to severe cognitive, developmental, and physical disabilities. In this one-week specialty camp, campers develop interactive social skills and strengthen communication using play, dance, theater, music, visual arts, and poetry. To register, contact Sarah McCutcheon at 414-967-8198.

Questions?

Contact Shelby Elias, Associate Director at JCC Rainbow Day Camp, at 414-967-8248.

Overnight camp

When your child is ready for more independence, come home to Camp Interlaken.

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Camp never has to end

Kids Center Before & After School programs bring the same fun and energy to the school year.

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Swim year-round

Spend the off season working on swim skills and building confidence.

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