Lauren: “I honestly believe that camp is the reason why we fell in love – it was the container that made the foundation of our relationship possible.
“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 […]
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)!
Since the start of 2015, Reshet Ramah, along with our camp alumni associations and the Ramah College Network, have collectively facilitated many programs across North America.
My association with Ramah began when I was twelve years old in 1948 at Ramah in Maine. Fast forward to Ramah in Wisconsin, 1958.
While walking back from a Hillel board meeting at Indiana University, Matt noticed Sara sitting outside on her porch reading a book about Israel.
Sarah and Nate met and fell in love at Ramah Rockies in 2010. Since then they have been inseparable, sharing a love for hiking, biking, writing poetry, and teaching.
A wise man once said, “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” This wise man must have been referring to the absolutely beautiful Ramah Outdoor Adventure, our newest camp in the stunning Rocky Mountains, which can only be reached by miles of dirt road.
As all of us in the Ramah community continue to pray for the safety and security of all citizens living in Israel, we want to share a list of Ramah alumni who are currently serving in the Israeli Defense Forces.
The Conservative Movement has always played an important role in my life, the center of which was USY and Ramah. I grew up at Camp Ramah in California where I was a camper for five years before I went on Seminar in 2004.