Camp Nai allowed me to get in touch with my inner child and go back to being at camp, one of my favorite times/places from growing up. I was amazed at how warm, open, and supportive of others the whole community seemed to be, which made me feel safe to let go and try new things.
If you’re on the fence about Camp or another Moishe House event because you think that maybe you won’t fit in or find friends, GO! I was terrified I’d be lonely and awkward, and I was still pretty awkward, but I was never lonely.
I was looking for something that would make me feel like I belonged, yet was also challenging me and putting myself out of my comfort zone. I felt like I got so much out of the program and appreciate all of the amazing connections I made.
Expedition Nai has been amazing! It has really given me something to look forward and to do during the long days and has given me a routine. It has also helped me to try a lot of new things that I otherwise wouldn’t have tried.
Expedition Nai Enthusiast
Participating in Expedition Nai has impacted me by giving me something to focus on and work towards. I get to collaborate and build relationships with friends who I don’t regularly connect with outside of day-to-day work and I’m pushed out of my normal routine to get creative.
Expedition Nai Camper
Camp Nai Nai Nai has been a life-changing experience. At my first Nai everything was new and exciting. I met people who I was later able to connect with during my daily life. If anyone is struggling to make friends as an adult I HIGHLY recommend coming to camp. People are super positive and so even if you don’t want to be involved in all the high energy activities, it is still a great time.
When you’re down and low, lower than the floor, and you feel like you ain’t got a chance. Nai, Nai, Nai, don’t make a move till you’re in the groove and do the Camp Nai Nai Nai Dance.