Camp Has Started But We Are STILL Hiring!
Are you in high school (age 16+), college, post-college, or a 9-month employee? We have a role for you!
At Camp Grossman, Adventures, Friendships, and Memories Await!
Situated on 75 acres in Dover’s pine-studded Hale Reservation, Camp Grossman is a co-ed Jewish day camp where summer days are filled with aquatics, sports, arts, nature, and more! Activities provide opportunities to explore life outdoors, make lifelong friends, and develop new skills in a warm and positive Jewish camping community. Discover why our campers go gaga for Grossman every summer!
If your child is in 8th, 9th or 10th grade, we have openings all weeks, please contact us to register at email@example.com.
If your child is in Pre-K through 7th grade, thank you for your interest in Camp Grossman this summer. As you know, we have had more interest than we can accommodate, and have had a waitlist since January. We are taking people as we can off the waitlist in the order in which they signed up. To add your child to our waitlist, please click here --> Camp Grossman Waitlist.
*Please note that our waitlist is particularly full with campers entering Kindergarten and 1st grade, so while you may add your name to those grades, it is unlikely we will have any open spots for Kindergarten and 1st graders this summer.*
If your child has specials needs and you want to add your child to our waitlist, please click here --> Special Needs Waitlist.
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- For kids ages 4.5- 15
- Excellent counselor to camper ratios within each bunk
- Boys, girls and mixed gender bunks organized by grade
- Land and water activities led by trained, adult activity specialists
- Daily swim instruction
- Oneg Shabbat every Friday
- Over 200 bus stops across Greater Boston
- Senior staff average 20 years of camp experience and 75% of counselors are former campers
- Arts & Culture: Arts and crafts, ceramics, jewelry making, drama, dance, music, cooking, sewing, photography and video production.
- Outdoor Adventures: Rock climbing, zip lines, mountain biking, hiking, orienteering, ropes and challenge courses.
- Sports: Archery, gymnastics, basketball, soccer, street hockey, volleyball, softball and batting cages.
- Waterfront: Boating, fishing, swim lessons, recreational swimming, water slides and trampolines.