Thank you for joining us online this year: July 19- August 1
Moving Summer Institute online was a tough decision, but the Core Team and many volunteers have been creating an exciting program with fantastic courses, spiritual life offerings, davening, and time to hang out with friends!
To register, fill out the registration form and then follow the directions.
NOTE: Course selection is not on the registration form but will be done afterwards on a different site. Please check out the updated 2020 Course Schedule on our website.Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Fee, Sliding Scale, and Grant Information
This year’s registration form allows you to sign up as an individual or for your household and provides a total ticket cost.
Our sticker price for adults (ages 12+) is $360. It enables NHC to pay our staff and stay financially viable. If you are able to pay the sticker price or above, it will make a huge difference for supporting the NHC. Any amount above the sticker price is considered a donation and we will send a receipt. We are committed to financial accessibility and provide a sliding scale for payment options. Our sliding scale for adult participants goes from $72-$720.
Financial assistance beyond the sliding scale is available. After completing the registration form, complete the grant application form. The Grants Committee will follow up within 48-72 hours. More information about grants.
Our sticker price for children is $36. Children are invited to davening, community programming, and any workshops either designated specifically for children or marked as child-appropriate. Our sliding scale for children is $0-$72. Please pay what makes sense for you and your family.
At the NHC Summer Institute, every teacher is also a student and every student is a teacher. One way in which we share our knowledge with each other is through hour-long workshops that occur throughout the week. Workshops at the NHC are offered by any participants who are excited to share their skills, knowledge, or ideas – they range from text study, to group discussions about a topic of interest, to sessions on how to crochet kippot or tie tzitzit, to song swaps, to mini-lectures. What workshop would you like to offer? We are accepting proposals for workshops that are appropriate for adults, children or both!
Please submit workshop proposals via this form, by July 5.
We can’t wait to learn with you!