CLTC 5 2021

Tuesday, August 3, 2021 FROM 12:00 PM - Sunday, August 15, 2021 9:00 AM

Commonpoint Retreat Center, PA

International Region

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At Chapter Leadership Training Conference (CLTC), you'll discover what it means to be a leader and attain lifelong leadership skills.You'll also gain greater self-confidence, a sense of Jewish pride, and a community of diverse friendships, while enjoying new hobbies, sports competitions, chofesh (free time), celebrating Shabbat, and so much more!

With five sessions to choose from at Camp Chi, we offer lots of flexibility for you to build a CLTC leadership experience into your summer plans.

BBYO offers need-based scholarship for select experiences. Please visit the Scholarship Information page for more details. Scholarship applications are due on January 26, 2021.

BBYO has instituted a COVID fee of $100 per participant per session to cover expenses such as ​food service, cleaning, facility upgrades and additional medical supplies and personnel.




Cost: $2,350.00 (due by 04/06/2021)
Deposit Amount: $250.00

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Is CLTC for you?
CLTC is a great program for Alephs and BBGs currently in 9th or 10th grade who are current or aspiring chapter leaders, have attended or are interested in attending regional leadership conventions, or who haven't yet been to a BBYO international program!

How many teens attend CLTC?
Each session welcomes around 100 participants. The smaller group size offers members the chance to create a community in which each member has the chance to grow and shine.

Who staffs CLTC?
BBYO programming professionals and advisors serve as the site director, leadership director, and leadership staff at CLTC. We’re also joined by a Jewish educator, song leader, an office manager, and college-age counselors (or madrichim).

What is the CLTC curriculum about?
The emphasis at CLTC is on building leadership skills applicable across participants’ AZA, BBG, or BBYO chapters, high school classrooms, and home communities. Jewish values and community service also are central to the CLTC experience. Members plan and lead daily morning (Shacharit) services as well as Shabbat services.

Is the food at CLTC kosher?

Camp Chi is a kosher facility that serve only foods which have been produced under rabbinical supervision and has a mashgiach on site.

What do I do about medication?

Participants must register in advance with CampMeds, a service that provides pre-packaged, pre-dosaged medication to participants who require it. There is a $250 fee for those who do not register and arrive at camp with their medications. The exceptions to this are inhalers, birth control, epi-pens, nasal sprays, injectable medications, prescription ointments, and refrigerated medication.

How do I get to CLTC?
Teens can either be dropped off directly at camp by a parent or guardian, or they can fly into the local airport, where they'll be met by BBYO staff and taken to their program by bus.

  • The local airport for Camp Chi is General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee, WI (MKE)



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