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Join us for parent webinars, educator trainings, and other opportunities to learn and build community.
A webinar designed by Keshet and Moving Traditions Keshet and Moving Traditions are combining forces to help camp professionals set the stage for a stellar summer in 2024. We’ll explore the role that professionals can play in supporting staff and camper wellbeing, talk through some best practices in building healthy cultures around relationships, gender, mental health, personal boundaries, and consent. We will help you plan out your staff training for summer 2024 and learn about some of the new tools that are available from Moving Traditions and Keshet that can help you to train your staff on these core topics.
Join Moving Traditions during the conference for a facilitated conversation sharing Moving Traditions’ proactive programs that support well-being, as well as discussing "What's Jewish About Mental Health?"
From hundreds of clergy who partner with Moving Traditions, we know that having a strong curriculum with activities designed to support youth’s overall spiritual and social wellbeing can help them process everything happening in the wider world, in school, at home, and on their screens. Join us for a conversation and an overview of our current curricular models.
Join Moving Traditions for a webinar on Thursday, March 7 at 1:00pm as we explore how Moving Traditions materials can provide exactly what you need to support staff and camper wellbeing. We’ll talk through some best practices in building healthy cultures around relationships, mental health, personal boundaries, gender and consent, and discuss the current climate around Jewish identity and antisemitism. You’ll be introduced to some of the plug-and-play materials that Moving Traditions has developed, including: