Director of the National Ramah Commission, Rabbi Mitchell Cohen, writes about the importance of supporting partnerships between summer camp and campus leaders to increase Jewish engagement across North America in his latest blog for the Times of Israel.
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.”
Mazel Tov to Camp Ramah in Wisconsin staff alumna Sigal Samuel on publishing her debut novel, “The Mystics of Mile End”!
Reshet Ramah Director of Community Outreach and Young Adult Engagement, Rabbi Abby Treu, writes about the vision behind Reshet in this edition of Kolot: Voices of Conservative/Masorti Judaism.
Leading up to our Tisha B’Av program, “Inside Our Heads: Sharing Stories of Jewish Identity,” The Times of Israel published a piece sharing insight into our vision and our panelists.
In an homage to prolific writer Herman Wouk for his 100th birthday, Camp Ramah in New England alumnus, Steve North, writes about the Wouk story “almost no one has ever read”, via a postcard delivered to Palmer, MA.
With the official launch of RamahDate on Friday, May 15, the press continues to show us some love!
The Ramah Camping Movement is thrilled to announce that RamahDate, the first-ever partnership between JDate and a Jewish camping movement, will launch tomorrow, May 15, 2015.
Ramah Nyack alumna Ariella Dalfen made an appearance on the hit Food Network show, Chopped, on April 14 in an episode entitled “First Responders”, featuring police officers and paramedics.