RAMAH Service corps
Metro Detroit Fellowship
The Ramah Davidson Metro Detroit Fellows are a cohort of Ramah alumni and staff who run Ramah-style programs in synagogues and religious schools throughout Metro Detroit. The Fellows strengthen the connections between the Metro Detroit Jewish community and Camp Ramah, acting as experiential educators and Ramah ambassadors.
The fellowship was launched in the fall of 2013 with funding from the William Davidson Foundation, and functions as the Metro Detroit arm of our Ramah Service Corps Fellowship Program. This year's cohort includes a committed group of 12 University of Michigan and high school Fellows. Their efforts are supported by Robin Rosenbaum Rubenstein, our Ramah Davidson Fellowship Mentor.
We are grateful to the William Davidson Foundation for its continued support of this program.
Glimpses from 2015-16
“For many of the children, the Fellows are their first introduction to Camp Ramah. Kids and parents are excited that learning experiences similar to those that occur at camp are happening in our school and synagogue community....The Fellows are creative and open, sharing and hearing new ideas. Working with the Fellows is a real partnership from planning to implementation.”
- Jodi Gross,
Director of Adult Learning & Youth Engagement,
Adat Shalom Synagogue