The Ramah College Network (RCN) is dedicated to creating greater Jewish involvement on campus through the leadership efforts of Ramah alumni. Our goals include engaging more Jewish students through programs centered on Jewish holidays, culture and Israel. As Ramah alumni expand their horizons in college, the Ramah College Network provides them with a vibrant and close-knit community, a year-round connection to their camp roots.
Ramah College Network Coordinators provide Ramah-style programming to Jewish students at campuses across North America:
- “Bringing together the amazing Ramah community here at Maryland reminds me of the power and purpose of Ramah. Ramah infuses a passion for Judaism in people in a different way than any other Jewish experience. The Ramah College Network brings camp to college so we don’t have to wait a whole 10 months to experience camp in our lives.”
– Veronica Leifer, University of Maryland RCN Coordinator
- “The Ramah College Network has allowed me to grow immensely as a leader in the Jewish community. By connecting passionate Ramah alumni across North America, the Ramah College Network empowers us to create innovative Jewish programs that keep our fellow alumni engaged. At Queen’s University, being able to host RCN events has brought our Ramah community closer together, allowing us to stay connected to Ramah Canada and our Judaism overall. “
– Maya Albin, Queen’s University RCN Coordinator
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the Ramah College Network.
Ramah On-Campus Programming Grants
Are you a Ramahnik in college or graduate school? If you are interested in planning a Ramah Shabbat dinner or another type of Ramah get-together on campus, please email Ariel Goodman to inquire about possible funding and assistance.
Looking for the Right College?
The Ramah College Network provides resources to help Ramah campers and staff in high school learn about different colleges by putting them in touch with other Ramah alumni to ask them questions and hear about their college experiences first hand. Once Ramah alumni enter college or university, the Ramah College Network is a great way to find other students on campus. To receive contact information, please email Ariel Goodman. Please provide your name, your Ramah affiliation, and the school(s) you are interested in.
Conservative Movement Partner Organizations:
Programs for College-Age Students