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The Maccabi Draft ’22

Welcome to The Maccabi Draft ’22!

Growing our Community Peer to Peer, L’dor vador

When you have something good you want to tell people. The best way to get new potential campers excited about our camp is to hear it from current campers. We live by values, one of which is “K’lal Yisrael”, roughly translated as “we’re all in this together”. What better way to be in it together than to share what you love with new people.

In this spirit, we’d like to enlist your kids to help with The Maccabi Draft ‘22. All they have to do is spread the word and collect contact information for potential camp families and then get to proudly show off their efforts with some sweet new swag (see below).

Click here to sign up to be a Maccabi Scout today and help us recruit the next generation of Maccabi Athletes! 

How will this work:

Each camper who signs up will get a packet in the mail to kick off this program.  It will include:

The 2022 Draft will run from December 1, 2021 through January 14, 2022.

We will kick it off with a special pep rally (via Zoom) on Tuesday, November 30 at 7pm. Details will be sent to everyone who signs up to participate.

For the true competitive sports experience, we will have tiered prizes for each level of success:

We think this will be very fun for our campers.  If your kid(s) would like to participate, please sign up here and we’ll get their Kick-off packet into the mail.

It’s time join the Maccabi Scout Team!

Thanks in advance for helping to make the Maccabi Draft ‘22 a success.

Questions, reach out to Josh to learn more, or (415) 997-8844

Josh Steinharter.

About author Josh Steinharter

Senior Director

Starting in 2005, Josh was the Athletic Program Manager for Youth & Coach Development at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, serving over 1,500 children annually through teams, classes, camps, and select-level sports. He also served as Delegation Head for Team San Francisco at the JCC Maccabi Games®. As co-creator of the JCCSF Fellowship in Sports Leadership, Josh helped develop and lead the teen program that taught leadership through the lens of coaching youth sports. In 2013, Josh founded Maccabi Sports Camp, the first Jewish overnight sports camp on the West Coast.

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