Posts tagged Reshet Ramah
Shabbat in Frisco: Backcountry Bayit

Backcountry Bayit (BCB), where youthful Jews — virtually all of them drawn to the mountains by the lure of Colorado’s ski culture — come together to celebrate not only their love of the Rockies but simply being Jewish…The BCB originated organically some four years ago, the brainchild of a group of young Jews from Boulder, and last year came under the funding and management umbrella of the national Ramah organization, affiliated with the Conservative movement, specifically Reshet Ramah, the organization’s alumni network that supports youth engagement projects..

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Young Adult Engagement on University Campuses and in Communities

The Ramah Camping Movement, with generous foundation support, has launched numerous new programs that engage hundreds of college students on campus, in their local Jewish communities, and in new Ramah training programs. This investment is helping to create a strong Jewish leadership pipeline as we give young adults numerous opportunities to envision and plan events and participate in meaningful Jewish programs. In any given week, young adults--our "Amitei Ramah"--organize over 20 Ramah events across North America.

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National Ramah Announces Grant from Nefesh B’Nefesh to Support Israel Engagement Programming for Ramah Alumni

The National Ramah Commission is delighted to announce a generous grant from Nefesh B’Nefesh (NBN) to Reshet Ramah, the alumni and community engagement initiative. Through a new Ramah-NBN partnership, Reshet Ramah will create programs to promote greater Israel engagement among young adults on college campuses and in communities across North America.

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Camp Community Comes To Michigan

For as long as I can remember, Camp Ramah has been a central part of my life. In fact, I vividly remember standing in the kitchen with my mom when I was eight years old trying to figure out my plans for the upcoming summer. My mom told me it would be wonderful if I chose a Jewish camp. With friends at Tamarack and my older siblings at Ramah, the decision seemed almost impossible to make. But I did ultimately decide to go to Camp Ramah in Canada.

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