Why Should You Register for the 2018 JCamp 180 Conference?

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If not, register for #JCampConf today!

Register to join 400+ of your peers in the field of #jewishcamp at the JCamp 180 Annual Conference on November 4-6, 2018 in Springfield, MA.

Not convinced you should register? Read on to find out why you should register for #JCampConf this year.

1) World Class Featured Speakers

The conference kicks off on Sunday with Aaron Lansky, Founder and President of the Yiddish Book Center. Monday morning features Master Trainer, Speaker, and Author Beth Kanter. And be sure to stay through Tuesday for our closing speaker - David Makovsky, expert on Middle East Policy at the Washington Institute. Read our featured speaker bios on our website.

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2) The Springfield History Museum!

Our Monday dinner will be at the Museum of Springfield History. You and your fellow attendees will have free time to network and enjoy the exhibits in a relaxed atmosphere. Make sure you stay through Monday night to take advantage of this special opportunity, sponsored by PJ Library Radio!

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3) A chance to win!

If you register by September 14th you will be eligible to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card.

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4) More time for conversations and connections.

We received very positive feedback about the extended conference schedule last year, so it's back again. We'll have speakers, workshops, and invitation-only training programs on Tuesday, November 6, so please make your travel plans accordingly. And we've once again set aside a block of time within the conference for Grab and Gab sessions - lightly structured time at lunch that will allow you to connect with your peers on specific topics.

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5) Kick-off of Professional Development Programs

New cohorts of JTEC, the Enrollment Program, and the Camp Legacy Initiative will also be kicking off at the conference. And a brand new course for Board Chairs and Vice Chairs (LEAP) will be starting soon, too. If you or someone at your camp is interested in these programs, please find more information about these programs on our website.

We look forward to welcoming you and more than 400 other Jewish Camp leaders to the Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place Hotel in November this year.

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The JCamp 180 Conference Team

P.S. Don't forget to prepare for Election Day (November 6) - you may want to check to be sure you are registered to vote and plan to get an absentee ballot.