Welcome to FJC's 8th Biennial Leaders Assembly!
Leaders Assembly 2020 will take place on March 15-17 at the Baltimore Waterfront
Marriott in Baltimore, MD.
Conference fees are as follows:
3 Day Rate
1 Day Rate
*All prices are listed in USD.
Foundation for Jewish Camp is committed to creating a respectful,
harassment-free environment for all Leaders Assembly participants, including
conference registrants, staff, speakers, vendors, and volunteers. Just as
Jewish camps should model safe and healthy communities, Jewish communal
gatherings should be respectful ones in which sexual misconduct and/or
violence, sexism and gender discrimination are not tolerated.
The following behaviors are not permitted at Leaders Assembly: Demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and
speech; Sexual misconduct of any kind, including unwelcome sexual attention and
inappropriate physical contact; Harassment that discriminates against a
specific group of people based on age, race, sex, ethnicity, national origin,
religion, language, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,
disability, health conditions, socioeconomic status, marital status, domestic
status, or parental status; abuse of power (including abuses related to
position, wealth, race or gender).
This Code of Conduct has been established in order to promote
safety and respect throughout Leaders Assembly. We expect all conference
participants to abide by this policy at all venues, including ancillary events
and unofficial social gatherings.
If, while at Leaders Assembly, you have been involved in or have
witnessed an incident that violates this Code of Conduct, please contact
Foundation for Jewish Camp personnel. All reports will be treated as
confidential, investigated and action will be taken which could include being
barred from all conference activities or if necessary, referred to the
On Sunday, March 15: FJC is thrilled to offer a session convening attendees in networking groups by job or lay function/role. These sessions will be facilitated by and for peers who align with each group. Though you’re selecting a single option, we know your function/role may be multifaceted. Select the role to best help you build a professional network!
Please select one function or role below that you think will be the best fit for you to engage in a peer-led networking session.
Groups combine day and overnight camp professionals unless otherwise noted.
On Monday, March 16: FJC is thrilled to offer a new optional opportunity for various communities to
connect with one another. To help us plan for these meet ups, let us know
if you would be interested in attending and/or hosting one (or more) of these
informal gatherings. Hosts will be asked to participate in one
pre-conference planning phone call, and are generally responsible for creating
a welcoming environment for the group to gather.
will be a variety of opportunities to share stories throughout Leaders Assembly
– think Jewish camp meets TED Talks or The Moth! This year we will be
focusing on stories about how working at camp made you the person you are
today, and how camp inspired you to make a difference in the world. Do
you have a great story to tell? Or, maybe you have a colleague, staff member or
alumni in mind that we definitely need to hear from. Let us know if you
might be interested and we will follow up with more information so we can
explore the possibilities:
are many other ways you and your team can get involved at Leaders Assembly! Let
us know if you might be interested in any of the following leadership opportunities. If you list that you are interested, someone from the FJC team will follow up with details.
Cancellations/refunds related to lodging and travel are the
sole responsibility of the participant and must be brought to the attention of
the hotel and/or airline directly; FJC holds no responsibility. Hotel
reservations and cancellations must be received by the hotel on or before
Monday, February 24, 2020. Guests will be charged for full stay if cancellation
received after Monday February 24, 2020.