On April 8th, Columbia and Barnard Ramah alumni had an exciting opportunity to create a camp environment while still on campus and had 30 Ramahniks attend a special Ramah Shabbat dinner.
Jared Skoff is currently serving as a Ramah Metro-Detroit Fellow, running Ramah-style programs in synagogues and schools throughout the Metro Detroit area.
On September 3, Reshet Ramah hosted an alumni happy hour in Boston at the Yard House near Fenway.
On Thursday, July 30, 130 Ramah alumni and friends celebrated the launch of RamahDate in NYC, as well as the romantic holiday, Tu B’Av.
On Saturday, July 25, Reshet Ramah hosted an Eicha reading and panel dialogue to commemorate Tisha B’Av.
Camp Ramah in California hosted the first ever Ezra Reunion Shabbat with sixteen Ezra participants and six Ezra coordinators from different parts of southern California.
On Friday, April 24th, Ramah alumni from Columbia, Barnard, and List College held the second annual Columbia/Barnard Ramah Shabbat Dinner at the Columbia/Barnard Hillel, sponsored by the Ramah College Network.
Nearly 150 Ramah families and friends turned out on Sunday April 19 for the first Reshet Ramah Family Fun Day.
Hador Yizkor is a powerful initiative sponsored by Ramah Day Camp in Nyack and Reshet Ramah, with support from UJA-Federation of New York, to engage young adults in their 20s and 30s with survivors of the Shoah.
I’m still a little bit on cloud nine from Sunday night! I shrieked with excitement when I first heard about the possibility of an event centered on Broadway stars and Ramah alumni Ben Platt and Caissie Levy, and that excitement mixed heavily with anxiety and nerves when I ultimately agreed to perform at the same […]