Liz Leadership Teen Initiative


Judaism Through Art

The URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy team loves to connect, create and celebrate! Bring your Ruach (spirit) and your artistic passion for a weekend of developing your leadership skills through the lens of creative expression.

Social Justice Teen Fellowship

The RAC’s social justice track brings the best of our virtual community organizing fellowship in-person to Coleman. Our track is designed to give high schoolers the skills you need to be organizers in your Jewish or local community or school. You will learn concrete community organizing skills and begin to plan a social justice project to make real change in the world.

Judaism Through Sports

Unleash the leader within you both on and off the field with LLTI’s dynamic sports track. Embrace the powerful connection between leadership and sportsmanship, whether you’re in the heat of the game or strategizing from the sidelines.

Elevate your skills, cultivate resilience, and amplify your leadership prowess. Don’t miss out on your journey toward becoming a formidable leader in any arena.

Song Leader Training

In a songleader training weekend through Sing Unto God, teens will receive needed skills, techniques, and repertoire to continue to support and prepare them to lead in camps, congregations, and communities. In addition to the relationships the teens will build with each other and dynamic teachers, they will also be supported in connecting with mentors and professionals on the ground to continue their songleading growth through the year. With relationships built with the camps and communities in which the teens songlead, not only will our teens learn important leadership and group building skills, but our broader communities will be strengthened by having dynamic leaders of song leading them now and into the future.

Judaism Through Science

Judaism and science are humanity’s methods of exploring, understanding, and shaping our place in the world and beyond. Join URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy to learn hands-on scientific experiments you can bring back to your community, experience the potential of harnessing AI for Jewish learning and enrichment, and explore how Judaism and science can both contribute to and enhance one another.

Camp Coleman is so excited to be hosting the Liz Leadership Teen Initiative on September 29-October 1, in partnership with many other incredible camps and organizations. We are lucky to be joined by 6 Points Sports Academy, 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy, 6 Points Creative Arts Academy, Sing Unto God, and the Religious Action Center of the URJ.

This event will be hosted at URJ Camp Coleman and will allow us the opportunity to celebrate Sukkot together while we learn about leadership in Judaism with experts in the fields of music, arts, sports, social justice, and science. When you register, you will have the choice of which track you would like to participate in.

Liz Leadership Teen Initiative FAQ: 


Cost: The tuition is $375 ($50 discount if you are providing your own transportation to camp). 

Scholarship: Financial reasons should never be a barrier for teens to be able to attend and participate in URJ Camps & Immersive programs. Check with your congregation to see what scholarship funds are available and if additional funds are needed please email Sarah Cotler at  

Transportation: The event begins on Friday, September 29 at 5:00pm and concludes Sunday, October 1 at 11:00am.  

There are three options for your transportation when you register for the event. Choose the one that matches your method of travel:  

  • Arriving Via Car or with a synagogue sponsored transportation option should arrive between 5:00pm-6:00pm on Friday, September 29 and be picked up at 11:15am on Sunday, October 1. 
  • Atlanta bus (Temple Beth Tikvah, Roswell, GA)  
  • Will leave TBT (Roswell, GA) at 3:00pm on September 29 and will return to TBT at 12:30pm on October 1.  
  • Cost: $50  
  • Arriving Via Flight and then taking bus from the ATL airport 
  • Plan to land by the latest 1:30pm on Friday, September 29 and book your flight after 4:30pm on Sunday, October 1 
  • As we get closer, we will send you information with the name of the bus captain and where in the airport you will meet.  


Please be in touch with your home congregation if you are not riding the Atlanta bus about possible transportation plans from congregations to Camp Coleman. Transportation is NOT included in the registration fee.  

Meals:  All meals will meet dietary needs as much as possible including gluten free, dairy free, and vegetarian. Please be sure to indicate your teen’s most up to date dietary needs in their registration.  

Need a scholarship? Interested in being staff for the event? Email for more info about financial aid and staff positions.