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Ramah Outdoor Adventure Director Receives Prestigious Award
Nov. 12, 2012—Rabbi Eliav Bock, the founding director of Ramah Outdoor Adventure at Ramah in the Rockies, was one of five promising Jewish educators who received the 2012 Pomegranate Prize from the Covenant Foundation today.
This prestigious award recognizes passionate, emerging leaders in Jewish education who have been in the field for 10 years or less. The Ramah Camping Movement is proud to include Rabbi Bock among the talented members of the Ramah directorate. He received his rabbinic ordination and a master's degree in Informal Jewish Education at The Jewish Theological Seminary. Prior to rabbinical school, he worked in the finance industry in New York City. He is a graduate of the joint program at The Jewish Theological Seminary and Columbia University and has bachelor's degrees in Bible, Urban Studies, and Economics. For additional information, please visit the Covenant Foundation website.
Ramah Outdoor Adventure is funded by the Jim Joseph Foundation, in partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Camp.
|Rabbi Eliav Bock, far right, shown with
Amy Skopp Cooper, National Ramah Associate Director;
Harlene Winnick Appelman, Covenant Foundation Exec. Director;
and Rabbi Mitchell Cohen, National Ramah Director