More from Bais Chana

For Teen Girls

The Jewish UnCamp

If you have a teenage daughter, niece or neighbor, tell her about the Jewish UnCamp for girls 15-18 years old. We run weekend programs during the school year and a 3-wk summer session. Girls come for candid discussion about the things that matter most to them, with their independent-thinking Jewish peers from across the country. They’ll also do creative workshops and go on great trips. Generous scholarships mean there are no more excuses to stay home.
Find out more about the Jewish UnCamp for teen girls

For College Women

Snorkel & Study

If you know any Jewish college women – undergrads or grad students – looking for the perfect winter break adventure, tell them about Snorkel & Study. It’s seven days of mind-blowing Jewish learning, lots of sun, swimming, tanning, snorkeling, friendship and fun, and they’ll share it with students from all over the world and with A-list Jewish educators. Full Scholarships make this a no-brainer.

Find out more about Snorkel & Study for college women.

For Women

Jewish Study Retreats

Bais Chana has been running women’s study retreats for over 40 years. Choose the 4-day spring session or come for as long as you can during the 2-week summer session. You’re in for stimulating discussion with new friends, brilliant teachers who’ll expand your thinking and challenge your assumptions, and thought-provoking subject matter drawn from Jewish texts that will resonate long after you go home. For women of all ages, including students. Ask about payment plans, student rates and work-study.

Find out more about Bais Chana’s women’s study retreats.

For Single Moms

Single Jewish Moms Connect

If you know a single mom, you owe it to her to let her know about this retreat. It’s just what she needs when she needs it most: real support, an array of resources, lasting friendships and an empowering new perspective on life. Four-day retreats over holiday weekends make it easy to schedule a getaway that won’t interrupt work. We offer childcare and generous grants to attend.

Find out more about Single Jewish Moms.