Kadima Habonim Dror
Return to beautiful Camp Tavor this summer for a brand new experience with your friends from Tavor and across North America!
Kadima is a 3 week program hosted at our very own Machaneh (Camp) Tavor. The program gives participants an opportunity to meet their national shichvah (age group) and explore the Midwest. The educational focus of Kadima is on Judaism and social justice. Participants will be engaging with local issues and organizations through a Jewish lens while also participating in service learning projects and educational seminars. Kadima participants will be exploring the Midwestern region through hiking trips and fun outings that focus on creating community.
- Weekend trip to Chicago including socioeconomic tour of Black and Jewish history
- Social Justice service-learning experience in Detroit, MI
- Compete in a scavenger hunt at one of the largest flea markets in the USA
- Hiking trip through the sand dunes
- Disco Bowling Extravaganza
- Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
- Israel seminar
- …and so much more!
July 1st – 22nd
To register and for more information: http://www.hdnaisrael.org/kadima
A Note from Abby, Tavor Shichvat 68, Kadima 2016:
Hello future Kadima/MBI/Habonim Dror friends!
My name is Abby Goldman-Nagel and I did Kadima the summer of 2016 and then Madatz at Tavor in 2017. There wasn’t such thing as a “normal day” on Kadima because every day was very different from the day before! I loved how different each day was and how cool it was to finally meet and learn about other machanot (camps)! I didn’t really know that there were camps just like Tavor (but not Tavor) filled with more “camp people” all around the world, so, meeting them was really cool! … I really liked the small group setting of Kadima, and the opportunity to introduce Habos from Canada, Uruguay, and Maryland, to a city so close to home.
– Abigail Goldman Nagel, Kadima 2016