Joining the incredible team at Camp Massad may be right for you! If you are a team player, love working with children, and enjoy living in a beautiful camp environment, Camp Massad is where you will be calling your summer home!
Being a staff at Camp means that you will be making a big impact on the lives of your campers, so we trust that your enthusiasm, knowledge, and great attitude will only enrich the experience for the entire Mishpachat Massad.
We understand of course, that hiring a staff member goes both ways! We are always looking for the best staff members, but we also look for staff who will get the most out of the camping experience. Each potential staff member (or even returning ones), can submit an application and interview request with our Director via this page, and once again join us next summer up at Camp!
Once the summer session has begun, we expect our staff to be examples to the campers, and give 100% effort throughout the summer. Yes, working at camp is a demanding job - but we will make sure that you have the time you need to refresh yourself, and also provide lots of fun activities to do as staff throught the summer.
Shoshi Rothschild has over a decade of experience working in the Jewish communal world, with an extensive background in camping and informal Jewish education. Originally from Ottawa, Shoshi moved to Montreal in 2005 to complete her BA at McGill University. Upon graduation, Shoshi went on to work at the Bronfman Israel Experience Centre, where she had the opportunity to lead various Israel experience programs, including Taglit-Birthright Israel and March of the Living. Most recently, Shoshi held the role of Associate Director at Camp Kinneret-Biluim, where she spent 15 summers on staff, and seven years working in the year-round office. Shoshi holds a Master’s degree in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University, conducting her thesis research on the correlation between personal and professional engagement in the workplace. She is a graduate of Foundation for Jewish Camp's Yitro Leadership program, a current participant in the Passport to Jewish Life Fellowship, and was the recipient of Foundation for Jewish Camp's 2018 Excellence in Jewish Education at Camp Award. Shoshi currently works as an independent consultant and contractor, who specializes in strategic planning, evaluation, and organizational culture.
Tal Shieber is an Israeli educator who has for over 16 years, invested his life in both formal and informal Jewish education. After three summers of being a camp Shaliach at YCC of Montreal, he was chosen to be the first community Shaliach in Dollard-Des-Ormeaux. Living in Montreal for two years from 2006-2008 and working with young adults gave him significantly enhanced organizational and interpersonal skills and a thorough understanding of the Montreal Jewish community and its institutions. After returning to Israel from Montreal, Tal knew what he wanted to do with his life: to teach Hebrew Language and Jewish Philosophy in high school. He is currently a homeroom teacher at Mor Metro-West High School in Ra’anana where he is passionate about providing as much individual guidance and pedagogical and emotional support to his students as he can. Tal also runs professional workshops for Jewish Philosophy teachers in training at the ‘Ofakim’ program at Tel Aviv University.
Zehavit joined the Massad family in 2014. Over the years she held various roles from Rosh Omanuyot, Rosh Tzevet and her current role as Assistant Director. She feels lucky to spend her summers outdoors surrounded by a remarkable group of young Jewish leaders. Zehavit has worked in formal education for the past twenty years. She currently holds the position of a grade one Judaic studies teacher and interim Judaic studies coordinator at Azrieli Schools Talmud Torah in Montreal. She completed a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from McGill University and is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Israel Education from George Washington University as part of an iCenter initiative. She was the recipient of the Grinspoon-Steinhardt Award for Excellence in Jewish Education in 2013 and the Dr. Mildred Burns Award for Leadership in Education in 2017. Zehavit is married to Eyal and together they are the lucky and proud parents of Eytan (Machon), Noam (Tzameret Alef) and Adam (Shoresh).
Zack has been a lifelong Massadnik. Starting at the age of 7 in 2004, this upcoming summer will be his 15th at Massad. As a staff member, he has worked his way up from waterski staff, to head of operations then program director in 2019. Zack is a recent graduate of McGill University, holding a degree in Civil Engineering. Now set to join the professional world, he is ready to undertake the role of assistant director. With the experience he has gained from camp over his 14 summers along with the organizational and problem-solving skills acquired throughout his degree, Zack is excited to face the challenges and help elevate Massad to new heights. His focus this summer will be on the programming and operational systems of camp and helping the Roshim plan and execute their roles.