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.
Over a decade ago when Tamar and Adam attended Camp Ramah in their respective home states, neither could have imagined the gift camp would bring.
“According to Rabbi Cohen, “One of the earliest goals of Reshet Ramah was to create networks of Ramah leaders for professional growth. Through Kerem, we have, over the last three years, provided an opportunity for 20-something Ramah leaders to form deeper connections ,which has led to professional networking, professional growth, and personal religious development. This […]
Ramah Nyack was and always will be my favorite place on earth. It taught me what a real community is, a community I’m lucky to be a part of.
Camp Ramah in the Berkshires and Ramah Day Camp in Nyack alumnus, Eric Leiderman, has been named the winner of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism’s 2015 Shoshana S. Cardin Leadership Award.
As Sesame Street announced last week that they would be aiming towards a more inclusive program with the introduction of Julia, a character with autism, Ramah Day Camp in Nyack alumna Tobey Lass Karpel went on the Nachum Segal Network radio show to talk about her take on this exciting new development.
The always inspiring Valerie Weisler, Ramah Day Camp in Nyack and Ramah Israel Seminar alumna, has been featured in an article on CNN Money about her incredible global movement, The Validation Project, which is based “on the premise that a little positive affirmation goes a long way.”
On Saturday, July 25, Reshet Ramah hosted an Eicha reading and panel dialogue to commemorate Tisha B’Av.
We’re schepping nachas for all the Ramah graduates of The Jewish Theological Seminary, class of 2015 (and our west coast friends at Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies)!
While Ethan and Erin did not attend Ramah together, they met halfway around the world in Israel in 2009.