ILTC 2010 Day 11!
Posted on 07/08/2010 @ 11:28 AM
Once again, it was a wonderful day at ILTC 2010!
Thursday, July 8th:
7:45AM: Optional Shacharit (Morning Prayer): Led by Dorm 4 (Dorm of the Day)
8:30AM: Aruchat Boker (Breakfast)
9:30AM: All Region Meetings: Review of Curriculum
10:00AM: Mock Region Meetings
11:45AM: Morning Snack
Noon: Like Region Meetings: At the teens request, we added additional time for teens to meet and plan how to implement what they have learned at ILTC when they come home.
1:00PM: Aruchat Tzoharaim (Lunch)
2:00PM: Creative Arts: Teens had their sixth creative arts session including everything from ceramics, 3D Art, 2D Art, improvisation, Israeli dancing, lego modeling, jam band, intramural sports, and video yearbook. Each of the groups will make a presentation at ILTC Presents (talent show on the last night).
3:00PM: Elective: Participants picked between ten different offerings including public speaking, convention planning, stress management, counterpart work and conflict resolution.
4:00PM: Jewish Culture Rotation: Participants attended either avodah (campus restoration) or a Judaic Value session. Thanks to these rotations we have restored many projects around camp created by previous generations of participants such as the ILTC Ganeiza which is a burial place for sacred religious objects and restoring the Israeli map fountain.
5:00PM: Chofesh (Free Time): Teens spent Chofesh relaxing in the quad and downing lots of water to stay hydrated!
6:30PM: Aruchat Erev (Dinner)
7:30PM: Mock Region Program: Regional Leadership Training Institute (RLTI): Leadership rotations (networking, communication, delegation, etc.) based on the concept goal GOAL (Go Out And Lead). Each rotation was a different obstacle in the way of reaching one’s goal.
9:30PM: Rikkudim (Dancing)
10:00: Evening Snack
We are continuing to add pictures (I am sorry for the delay our internet has been very slow and it has not allowed us to upload pictures, I am working on it!) on http://bbyo.smugmug.com (click 2010 and select ILTC), and our ILTC Creative Arts group is blogging (http://bbyo.org/summer_blog/) and tweeting (http://www.twitter.com/ILTC10) everyday so make sure to check it out!