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SUMMER EXPERIENCES

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE & ADVENTURE

Head for the fresh air and cool summer breezes of the Rocky Mountains on a program that combines volunteering at an animal rescue ranch with the thrill of authentic adventures in the great outdoors.

  • At a Glance

    12 Days | Current Grades: 8-10

    Community Service: 25-30 Hours

    Location: Wyoming & Colorado

  • Dates & Costs

    • Limited Availability
    • Limited Availability
    • Available
    • Available

    Land Cost: $3,250

  • Included:

    • Airport pick-up and drop-off (Denver, CO)
    • Accommodations in yurt and traditional housing
    • All meals
    • All programming
    • Private transportation
    • Gratuity for program staff

    NOTE: Medical insurance is not provided

  • Explore More:

Discover the rugged landscapes of Wyoming and northern Colorado on a unique summer experience that combines volunteering and outdoor adventure.

After meeting up in Denver, we’ll head for the wide-open spaces of Wyoming to begin the heart of the experience – a volunteering opportunity at an animal sanctuary ranch that specializes in rescued dogs, cats, cows, sheep, and rams. At the ranch, teens will help with socialization and support for the animals receiving care.

After our rewarding work on the ranch, we’ll continue on to Northern Colorado for adventure-filled challenges in the Rockies. Experience the thrill of stand up paddleboarding, hike to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, raft down the Cache la Poudre River, challenge yourself on a ropes course, and discover the natural grandeur of Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.

As a Jewish experience, we’ll practice the values of tikkun olam (healing the world) through our volunteering and through the environmentally sustainable way of living that the program embraces. We’ll also celebrate a truly restful Shabbat under a million stars in the Wyoming wilderness and connect with fellow Jewish teens of all backgrounds as we experience meaningful and adventure-filled days together.

IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?

While Rockies Service & Adventure is designed for active teens, the program is appropriate for teens who appreciate outdoors experiences and the simplicity of living on an authentic Wyoming ranch. Teens will learn new skills preparing most meals as a community to be enjoyed together. The program includes 25-30 hours of hands-on volunteering and empowers teens to experience a more rugged lifestyle and discover new kinds of adventures along the way.

A confirmed itinerary including confirmed accommodations is distributed 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the program.

GETTING ORIENTED (DAY 1):
Arrive to the Mile High city of Denver, Colorado, and then head north to the ranch where we’ll spend out first day getting oriented to the property.

KINDNESS RANCH ANIMAL SANCTUARY (DAYS 2-6):
Our days at the Ranch will be spent working directly with cats and dogs helping with cleaning, walking, and socializing the animals. We may also have the opportunity to help with various projects around the property such as painting, mowing grass, and minor construction.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK (DAYS 7-8):
After our hard work at the ranch and in search of a different kind of scenery, we’ll transfer to Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ll spend our time hiking, observing wildlife, seeing the Continental Divide, and spending time under the stars.

WHITE WATER RAFTING, ZIP LINE, AND RED ROCKS (DAYS 9-11):
After departing from Rocky Mountain National Park, we’ll head to the Cache La Poudre River for some rafting. Designated as a Wild and Scenic river in 1986, Cache La Poudre River is Colorado’s only National Wild and Scenic River! The next day, harness up for a ropes course in the mountains. When we are not rafting, we’ll be exploring downtown Denver and the surrounding area including the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

HOMEWARD BOUND (Day 12):
We say our final goodbyes and board our flights for home.

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to and from Denver, Colorado. Detailed travel instructions will be provided in advance.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
Lodging is in ranch homes. Bedrooms will be divided by gender and participants will sleep slumber party style – in sleeping bags, rotating available beds nightly.

How is the program staffed?
Each group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors) and a group leader. Staff names are sent out prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
Temperatures range from warm to hot during a summer in the American Rockies. Daytime temperatures range from the 70s to 90s with cooler evenings. The clothing that teens pack should be lightweight and comfortable in hot temperatures. When the group is outside for an extended period of time, participants will be required to have a hat, a shirt with sleeves, sunscreen, and water. These rules are strictly enforced because overexposure to the sun can cause heatstroke, dehydration, and sunburns. The good news is that the heat is mostly dry – there is very little humidity. So the higher temperatures may feel more comfortable than what you are used to at home.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What are the typical group dynamics?
Although it varies from year to year, our projected group size is 20 teens. Some teens choose to sign up together with a friend or two, and most teens choose to come on their own. Either way, our participants will have the opportunity to meet a diverse group of peers from various locations across North America and beyond which makes exploring a new place together even more exciting. On some programs, we might have clusters of friends from the same area travel together. In this case, we are unable to inform families when this occurs and though we are always willing to share the group dynamics of the current registrations, we typically have a good idea of the general group make up after our cancellation deadline.

NOTE: There will be a way for teens to communicate with each other before the program.

What’s the food like?
Our meals take a variety of forms and may include community cooking, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. When a meal is provided in a community cooking format, we will always ensure a vegetarian or pescatarian approach, but meals will not be certified kosher. However, we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

No connections or extensions are available for this program. View all connected program options here.

 

  • At a Glance

    12 Days | CURRENT GRADES: 8-10

    Community Service: 25-30 Hours


    Location: Wyoming & Colorado

  • Dates & Costs

    • Limited Availability
    • Limited Availability
    • Available
    • Available

    Land Cost: $3,250


  • Included:

    • Airport pick-up and drop-off (Denver, CO)
    • Accommodations in yurt and traditional housing
    • All meals
    • All programming
    • Private transportation
    • Gratuity for program staff

    NOTE: Medical insurance is not provided

  • Explore More:

Discover the rugged landscapes of Wyoming and northern Colorado on a unique summer experience that combines volunteering and outdoor adventure.

After meeting up in Denver, we’ll head for the wide-open spaces of Wyoming to begin the heart of the experience – a volunteering opportunity at an animal sanctuary ranch that specializes in rescued dogs, cats, cows, sheep, and rams. At the ranch, teens will help with socialization and support for the animals receiving care.

After our rewarding work on the ranch, we’ll continue on to Northern Colorado for adventure-filled challenges in the Rockies. Experience the thrill of stand up paddleboarding, hike to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, raft down the Cache la Poudre River, challenge yourself on a ropes course, and discover the natural grandeur of Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.

As a Jewish experience, we’ll practice the values of tikkun olam (healing the world) through our volunteering and through the environmentally sustainable way of living that the program embraces. We’ll also celebrate a truly restful Shabbat under a million stars in the Wyoming wilderness and connect with fellow Jewish teens of all backgrounds as we experience meaningful and adventure-filled days together.

IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?

While Rockies Service & Adventure is designed for active teens, the program is appropriate for teens who appreciate outdoors experiences and the simplicity of living on an authentic Wyoming ranch. Teens will learn new skills preparing most meals as a community to be enjoyed together. The program includes 25-30 hours of hands-on volunteering and empowers teens to experience a more rugged lifestyle and discover new kinds of adventures along the way.

A confirmed itinerary including confirmed accommodations is distributed 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the program.

GETTING ORIENTED (DAY 1):
Arrive to the Mile High city of Denver, Colorado, and then head north to the ranch where we’ll spend out first day getting oriented to the property.

KINDNESS RANCH ANIMAL SANCTUARY (DAYS 2-6):
Our days at the Ranch will be spent working directly with cats and dogs helping with cleaning, walking, and socializing the animals. We may also have the opportunity to help with various projects around the property such as painting, mowing grass, and minor construction.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK (DAYS 7-8):
After our hard work at the ranch and in search of a different kind of scenery, we’ll transfer to Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ll spend our time hiking, observing wildlife, seeing the Continental Divide, and spending time under the stars.

WHITE WATER RAFTING, ZIP LINE, AND RED ROCKS (DAYS 9-11):
After departing from Rocky Mountain National Park, we’ll head to the Cache La Poudre River for some rafting. Designated as a Wild and Scenic river in 1986, Cache La Poudre River is Colorado’s only National Wild and Scenic River! The next day, harness up for a ropes course in the mountains. When we are not rafting, we’ll be exploring downtown Denver and the surrounding area including the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

HOMEWARD BOUND (Day 12):
We say our final goodbyes and board our flights for home.

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to and from Denver, Colorado. Detailed travel instructions will be provided in advance.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
Lodging is in ranch homes. Bedrooms will be divided by gender and participants will sleep slumber party style – in sleeping bags, rotating available beds nightly.

How is the program staffed?
Each group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors) and a group leader. Staff names are sent out prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
Temperatures range from warm to hot during a summer in the American Rockies. Daytime temperatures range from the 70s to 90s with cooler evenings. The clothing that teens pack should be lightweight and comfortable in hot temperatures. When the group is outside for an extended period of time, participants will be required to have a hat, a shirt with sleeves, sunscreen, and water. These rules are strictly enforced because overexposure to the sun can cause heatstroke, dehydration, and sunburns. The good news is that the heat is mostly dry – there is very little humidity. So the higher temperatures may feel more comfortable than what you are used to at home.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What are the typical group dynamics?
Although it varies from year to year, our projected group size is 20 teens. Some teens choose to sign up together with a friend or two, and most teens choose to come on their own. Either way, our participants will have the opportunity to meet a diverse group of peers from various locations across North America and beyond which makes exploring a new place together even more exciting. On some programs, we might have clusters of friends from the same area travel together. In this case, we are unable to inform families when this occurs and though we are always willing to share the group dynamics of the current registrations, we typically have a good idea of the general group make up after our cancellation deadline.

NOTE: There will be a way for teens to communicate with each other before the program.

What’s the food like?
Our meals take a variety of forms and may include community cooking, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. When a meal is provided in a community cooking format, we will always ensure a vegetarian or pescatarian approach, but meals will not be certified kosher. However, we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

No connections or extensions are available for this program. View all connected program options here.

 

PROGRAM REVIEWS

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE & ADVENTURE

Head for the fresh air and cool summer breezes of the Rocky Mountains on a program that combines volunteering at an animal rescue ranch with the thrill of authentic adventures in the great outdoors.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE & ADVENTURE

Head for the fresh air and cool summer breezes of the Rocky Mountains on a program that combines volunteering at an animal rescue ranch with the thrill of authentic adventures in the great outdoors.

  • At a Glance

    12 Days | Current Grades: 8-10

    Community Service: 25-30 Hours

    Location: Wyoming & Colorado

  • Dates & Costs

    • Limited Availability
    • Limited Availability
    • Available
    • Available

    Land Cost: $3,250

  • Included:

    • Airport pick-up and drop-off (Denver, CO)
    • Accommodations in yurt and traditional housing
    • All meals
    • All programming
    • Private transportation
    • Gratuity for program staff

    NOTE: Medical insurance is not provided

  • Explore More:

Discover the rugged landscapes of Wyoming and northern Colorado on a unique summer experience that combines volunteering and outdoor adventure.

After meeting up in Denver, we’ll head for the wide-open spaces of Wyoming to begin the heart of the experience – a volunteering opportunity at an animal sanctuary ranch that specializes in rescued dogs, cats, cows, sheep, and rams. At the ranch, teens will help with socialization and support for the animals receiving care.

After our rewarding work on the ranch, we’ll continue on to Northern Colorado for adventure-filled challenges in the Rockies. Experience the thrill of stand up paddleboarding, hike to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, raft down the Cache la Poudre River, challenge yourself on a ropes course, and discover the natural grandeur of Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.

As a Jewish experience, we’ll practice the values of tikkun olam (healing the world) through our volunteering and through the environmentally sustainable way of living that the program embraces. We’ll also celebrate a truly restful Shabbat under a million stars in the Wyoming wilderness and connect with fellow Jewish teens of all backgrounds as we experience meaningful and adventure-filled days together.

IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?

While Rockies Service & Adventure is designed for active teens, the program is appropriate for teens who appreciate outdoors experiences and the simplicity of living on an authentic Wyoming ranch. Teens will learn new skills preparing most meals as a community to be enjoyed together. The program includes 25-30 hours of hands-on volunteering and empowers teens to experience a more rugged lifestyle and discover new kinds of adventures along the way.

A confirmed itinerary including confirmed accommodations is distributed 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the program.

GETTING ORIENTED (DAY 1):
Arrive to the Mile High city of Denver, Colorado, and then head north to the ranch where we’ll spend out first day getting oriented to the property.

KINDNESS RANCH ANIMAL SANCTUARY (DAYS 2-6):
Our days at the Ranch will be spent working directly with cats and dogs helping with cleaning, walking, and socializing the animals. We may also have the opportunity to help with various projects around the property such as painting, mowing grass, and minor construction.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK (DAYS 7-8):
After our hard work at the ranch and in search of a different kind of scenery, we’ll transfer to Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ll spend our time hiking, observing wildlife, seeing the Continental Divide, and spending time under the stars.

WHITE WATER RAFTING, ZIP LINE, AND RED ROCKS (DAYS 9-11):
After departing from Rocky Mountain National Park, we’ll head to the Cache La Poudre River for some rafting. Designated as a Wild and Scenic river in 1986, Cache La Poudre River is Colorado’s only National Wild and Scenic River! The next day, harness up for a ropes course in the mountains. When we are not rafting, we’ll be exploring downtown Denver and the surrounding area including the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

HOMEWARD BOUND (Day 12):
We say our final goodbyes and board our flights for home.

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to and from Denver, Colorado. Detailed travel instructions will be provided in advance.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
Lodging is in ranch homes. Bedrooms will be divided by gender and participants will sleep slumber party style – in sleeping bags, rotating available beds nightly.

How is the program staffed?
Each group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors) and a group leader. Staff names are sent out prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
Temperatures range from warm to hot during a summer in the American Rockies. Daytime temperatures range from the 70s to 90s with cooler evenings. The clothing that teens pack should be lightweight and comfortable in hot temperatures. When the group is outside for an extended period of time, participants will be required to have a hat, a shirt with sleeves, sunscreen, and water. These rules are strictly enforced because overexposure to the sun can cause heatstroke, dehydration, and sunburns. The good news is that the heat is mostly dry – there is very little humidity. So the higher temperatures may feel more comfortable than what you are used to at home.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What are the typical group dynamics?
Although it varies from year to year, our projected group size is 20 teens. Some teens choose to sign up together with a friend or two, and most teens choose to come on their own. Either way, our participants will have the opportunity to meet a diverse group of peers from various locations across North America and beyond which makes exploring a new place together even more exciting. On some programs, we might have clusters of friends from the same area travel together. In this case, we are unable to inform families when this occurs and though we are always willing to share the group dynamics of the current registrations, we typically have a good idea of the general group make up after our cancellation deadline.

NOTE: There will be a way for teens to communicate with each other before the program.

What’s the food like?
Our meals take a variety of forms and may include community cooking, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. When a meal is provided in a community cooking format, we will always ensure a vegetarian or pescatarian approach, but meals will not be certified kosher. However, we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

No connections or extensions are available for this program. View all connected program options here.

 

  • At a Glance

    12 Days | CURRENT GRADES: 8-10

    Community Service: 25-30 Hours


    Location: Wyoming & Colorado

  • Dates & Costs

    • Limited Availability
    • Limited Availability
    • Available
    • Available

    Land Cost: $3,250


  • Included:

    • Airport pick-up and drop-off (Denver, CO)
    • Accommodations in yurt and traditional housing
    • All meals
    • All programming
    • Private transportation
    • Gratuity for program staff

    NOTE: Medical insurance is not provided

  • Explore More:

Discover the rugged landscapes of Wyoming and northern Colorado on a unique summer experience that combines volunteering and outdoor adventure.

After meeting up in Denver, we’ll head for the wide-open spaces of Wyoming to begin the heart of the experience – a volunteering opportunity at an animal sanctuary ranch that specializes in rescued dogs, cats, cows, sheep, and rams. At the ranch, teens will help with socialization and support for the animals receiving care.

After our rewarding work on the ranch, we’ll continue on to Northern Colorado for adventure-filled challenges in the Rockies. Experience the thrill of stand up paddleboarding, hike to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, raft down the Cache la Poudre River, challenge yourself on a ropes course, and discover the natural grandeur of Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.

As a Jewish experience, we’ll practice the values of tikkun olam (healing the world) through our volunteering and through the environmentally sustainable way of living that the program embraces. We’ll also celebrate a truly restful Shabbat under a million stars in the Wyoming wilderness and connect with fellow Jewish teens of all backgrounds as we experience meaningful and adventure-filled days together.

IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?

While Rockies Service & Adventure is designed for active teens, the program is appropriate for teens who appreciate outdoors experiences and the simplicity of living on an authentic Wyoming ranch. Teens will learn new skills preparing most meals as a community to be enjoyed together. The program includes 25-30 hours of hands-on volunteering and empowers teens to experience a more rugged lifestyle and discover new kinds of adventures along the way.

A confirmed itinerary including confirmed accommodations is distributed 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the program.

GETTING ORIENTED (DAY 1):
Arrive to the Mile High city of Denver, Colorado, and then head north to the ranch where we’ll spend out first day getting oriented to the property.

KINDNESS RANCH ANIMAL SANCTUARY (DAYS 2-6):
Our days at the Ranch will be spent working directly with cats and dogs helping with cleaning, walking, and socializing the animals. We may also have the opportunity to help with various projects around the property such as painting, mowing grass, and minor construction.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK (DAYS 7-8):
After our hard work at the ranch and in search of a different kind of scenery, we’ll transfer to Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ll spend our time hiking, observing wildlife, seeing the Continental Divide, and spending time under the stars.

WHITE WATER RAFTING, ZIP LINE, AND RED ROCKS (DAYS 9-11):
After departing from Rocky Mountain National Park, we’ll head to the Cache La Poudre River for some rafting. Designated as a Wild and Scenic river in 1986, Cache La Poudre River is Colorado’s only National Wild and Scenic River! The next day, harness up for a ropes course in the mountains. When we are not rafting, we’ll be exploring downtown Denver and the surrounding area including the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

HOMEWARD BOUND (Day 12):
We say our final goodbyes and board our flights for home.

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to and from Denver, Colorado. Detailed travel instructions will be provided in advance.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
Lodging is in ranch homes. Bedrooms will be divided by gender and participants will sleep slumber party style – in sleeping bags, rotating available beds nightly.

How is the program staffed?
Each group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors) and a group leader. Staff names are sent out prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
Temperatures range from warm to hot during a summer in the American Rockies. Daytime temperatures range from the 70s to 90s with cooler evenings. The clothing that teens pack should be lightweight and comfortable in hot temperatures. When the group is outside for an extended period of time, participants will be required to have a hat, a shirt with sleeves, sunscreen, and water. These rules are strictly enforced because overexposure to the sun can cause heatstroke, dehydration, and sunburns. The good news is that the heat is mostly dry – there is very little humidity. So the higher temperatures may feel more comfortable than what you are used to at home.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What are the typical group dynamics?
Although it varies from year to year, our projected group size is 20 teens. Some teens choose to sign up together with a friend or two, and most teens choose to come on their own. Either way, our participants will have the opportunity to meet a diverse group of peers from various locations across North America and beyond which makes exploring a new place together even more exciting. On some programs, we might have clusters of friends from the same area travel together. In this case, we are unable to inform families when this occurs and though we are always willing to share the group dynamics of the current registrations, we typically have a good idea of the general group make up after our cancellation deadline.

NOTE: There will be a way for teens to communicate with each other before the program.

What’s the food like?
Our meals take a variety of forms and may include community cooking, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. When a meal is provided in a community cooking format, we will always ensure a vegetarian or pescatarian approach, but meals will not be certified kosher. However, we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

No connections or extensions are available for this program. View all connected program options here.

 

PROGRAM REVIEWS

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