Chapter Leadership Training Conference, CLTC, is designed for AZA and BBG members who want to learn how to build and strengthen their chapter. Each session welcomes a community of fewer than 100 teens and is staffed by BBYO professionals. A typical day at CLTC includes leadership classes, “how to” sessions, evening programs, chapter planning and supervised free time.
At CLTC you will meet teens from across North America, form mock chapters and learn specific skills that will help you strengthen and lead your chapter at home. As a part of the CLTC community you will grow personally as you develop as a leader and explore your Jewish identity.
This is the ultimate introductory Summer Experience for a teen who wants to be more involved in BBYO.
The highlights and benefits of CLTC include:
- Interactive sessions on BBYO basics and initiatives, program planning, effective communication, and membership growth.
- Curriculum based on Sean Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens focusing on goal setting, organization, and prioritizing that primes teens to be leaders immediately and for the rest of their lives.
- Jewish values and ritual lessons including planning and leading Shabbat.
Dates + Pricing
$1,925 - Includes all programming fees, room and board.
Take advantage of Early Bird deadline opportunities!
Teens who register by Thursday, February 28, 2013 are eligible for a $75 discount.
Beber, Session 1: June 11 – June 23, 2013
Camp Canyon at Bethany College, Session 2: June 18 – June 30, 2013
Beber, Session 3: June 25 – July 7, 2013
Camp Canyon at Bethany College, Session 4: July 2 – July 14, 2013
Beber, Session 5: July 9 – July 21, 2013
Camp Canyon at Bethany College, Session 6: July 16 – July 28, 2013
CLTC Session 6 Extension: You won’t want to say goodbye to your friends!
Extend your CLTC experience with IMPACT: Pittsburgh, a three-day intensive experience of service, advocacy, and Jewish values that will prepare you to be a Stand UP leader in your Chapter and Council.
Dates: July 28 - July 30, 2013
**This session is open to all BBYO teens!**
Beber, Session 7: July 23 –August 4, 2013
CLTC Session 7 Extension: You won’t want to say goodbye to your friends!
Extend your CLTC experience with IMPACT: Milwaukee, a three-day intensive experience of service, advocacy, and Jewish values that will prepare you to be a Stand UP leader in your Chapter and Council.
Dates: August 4 - August 6, 2013
**This session is open to all BBYO teens!**
BBYO is offering more scholarship funds than ever before. This commitment to affordability ensures more Jewish teens will be able to enjoy a transformational summer experience.
Additional Scholarship funding is available for all domestic Summer Experiences and will be administered through BBYO's regional offices based on need and merit.
- 3/15/13 – Scholarship applications due to Regional office.
- 4/1/13 – Scholarships awards announced by Regional office.
- 4/15/13 – Deadline to cancel registration for a domestic experience with full refund.
- 4/16 - 4/30/13 –Deadline to cancel registration for a domestic experience with a $250 cancellation fee.
- 4/30/13 – Balance due in full
- Between 5/1/13 and one month prior to program start – there is a $500 cancellation fee.
For cancellations within one month of the program’s start date no refunds will be given.
Locations + Staff
Beber Camp is located in Mukwonago, WI on 380 acres of beautiful woodland with some of Wisconsin’s best preserved kettles and moraines. Our facilities include shoreline on Lake Beulah, our own island, and full facilities to ensure that your child has the chance to make the most of his/her summer.
CLTC Site Director, Beber Camp
Camp Canyon at Bethany College
Camp Canyon at Bethany College offers the unique experience of a traditional camp setting nestled into a college campus in the scenic mountains of West Virginia. Camp Canyon's 1300 acre campus includes hiking trails, outdoor fields for soccer, baseball, football, and tennis and basketball courts. Inside campers will find an indoor pool, track, basketball courts, gym, and a theater stage so that every camper will be able to be a star. Campers will end their days in air conditioned cabins equipped two full bathrooms and a common area to congregate for bunk meetings and games.
CLTC Site Director, Camp Canyon, Bethany College