The Ozo Program begins during the Junior year, when future Ozrim register and complete our acceptance criteria.
During the summer, Ozrim receive specialized training in all areas of camp including caring for campers as bunk counselors, teaching fun and skill-building activities in specialty areas, preparing and serving meals, assisting in many operational behind-the-scenes areas of camp.
At the end of their session, Ozrim graduate from the program at a special ceremony and receive documentation for 140 community service/volunteer hours.
Step 1 – Interested high school juniors enroll in the Ozo process via the camper registration system in the Fall. Ozrim select Session Aleph, Session Bet, or a Full Summer program. Registrations must be complete on November 15. No late enrollments will be accepted.
Step 2 – Over the course of the school year, potential Ozrim complete and submit our entry qualifications.
Step 3 – If there are more qualified applicants than there are spaces available in a given session, a lottery will be held for the available spaces.
Step 4 – Ozrim who accept a spot in the program must sign and abide by the Ozo Agreement.