41781 Rd. 142 Orosi, CA 93647 USA info@growingintorah.com

GIT Campus Days

 

What are Campus Days?

GIT Campus Days is a time where you can come and experience life as a GIT student! From August 23rd to the 27th, prospective Growing In Torah students and their parents can come and experience life on the farm. Some of the opportunities you will have are; morning devotion time with our students, planting and harvesting in the field, learning how to make soap or cook in an earthen oven, and there will even be some fun group activities! If you are interested in being a GIT student, this is an experience you don’t want to miss!

 

Registration information

  • Age/Grade requirements as of 08/2017 – 14 years old & entering 10th grade – up to age 25
  • $125 per student
  • Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend with their student. The cost is $60 per attending parent (includes Dinner every night and lunch on Sunday)
  • All other meals are “on your own” but may be eaten with the students.
  • Additional meals may be purchased for $10/ea. Parents do have the option of paying $125 for all meals.
  • Registration will be open until August 1, 2017
  • Last day to cancel and receive a refund will be August 15, 2017

 

Schedule

Check-in is 4pm on Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Thursday & Friday general schedule

  • 5am – 6am – Devotions
  • 6am – 8am – Chores/Work*
  • 8am – Breakfast
  • 9am – 12pm – Work/Service projects**
  • 12pm – Lunch
  • 1:15pm – 5:30pm – Hebrew Class, Bible Class, Skill Classes***, Field tour
  • 4:30pm(Thur.) / 5:40pm(Fri.) – Free time
  • 6pm(Thur.) / 7pm(Fri.) – Dinner Evening Activities
  • Curfew

*Chores/Work may include: Harvesting, Weeding, Planting, Seeding, Pruning, etc.

**Service Projects may include: Volunteering at a local non-profit farm, Assisting local bible study members, etc.

***Skill Classes may include: Making soap, making kombucha, Seed Saving, cooking in an earthen oven, Pottery, Grapes/ Wine, Woodworking, Survival Skills, etc.

 

Shabbat Schedule

  • We will have a fancy Shabbat dinner on Friday, followed by praise & worship.
  • Saturday will include Bible study and a fun group activity

 

Sunday Schedule

  • 5am – 6am – Devotions
  • 6am – 8am – Chores/work
  • 8am – Breakfast
  • 9am – GIT Student testimonies
  • 10am – Q & A session
  • 11:30am – pack-up and prep to leave
  • 12pm – lunch

 

Lodging Options

  • There is RV space with limited hookups
  • There is tent space
  • There are local Hotels

 

Register

 

We hope to see you there!