It has only been four years in operation, and Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston has already gained a reputation as one of the most sought-after summer programs for Mesivta-age bochurim • Full Story, Photos
It has only been four years in operation, and Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston has already gained a reputation as one of the most sought-after summer programs for Mesivta-age bochurim.
The intensive learning program coupled with scenic surrounds and fun activities and trips make YKK a destination of choice for serious Mesivta bochurim.
This year will be no different, with YKK recently releasing their list of quality head staff who are sure to create the perfect summer environment at Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston.
Rabbi Silman, the beloved Oholei Torah mashpia, will return to YKK for his fourth year as Camp Rabbi and Menahel Ruchni. Mendel Barber, previously a head staff member of Gan Yisroel Montreal, will be the head counsellor of YKK’s Mesivta division.
“The head staff play an important role in the running of any summer program,” said Rabbi Yisroel Levertov, YKK’s Director. “This is especially true with regards to a Yeshivas Kayitz, where the focus is on learning and creating a Ruchniusdike atmosphere.”
Special mivtzas have been planned for this year’s summer program, as well as visits by guest Mashpiim and Magidei Shiurim throughout the summer.
“Our goal is to create an environment where bochurim are happy to learn and to grow spiritually during the summer months,” said Rabbi Silman.
The amenities of YKK’s campsite contribute heavily to the YKK experience, with the campgrounds featuring newly renovated bunkhouses, an air-conditioned Zal and both indoor and outdoor activities on site.
“We aim for the perfect blend between gashmius and ruchnius,” explained Yisroel Levertov. “Bochurim have an amazing time at YKK, and spend the summer months engrossed in learning, davening and strengthening their Hiskashrus.”
YKK is open to Mesivta-aged bochurim from all Yeshivos—not only Oholei Torah. Registration is now open for this year’s program. For more information or to register your son, visit www.ykkingston.com.