Reshet Ramah

Mar 262019
 
Remarks by Joel Einleger at Ramah Leadership Convening

It’s wonderful to be here.  I’ve met some of the people in the room over the years, especially the directors, and had the pleasure of visiting almost every Ramah.  I’m delighted to tell you why AVI CHAI was an enthusiastic supporter of the Ramah movement, but I’d first like to tell you a little about

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Reshet Ramah Engages Millennials on Sukkot

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Nov 012016
 
Reshet Ramah Engages Millennials on Sukkot

This article, originally posted in the Washington Jewish Week, describes the work of one rabbi involved with Reshet Ramah, the national alumni outreach program for the Ramah movement’s camper and staff alumni. Reshet Ramah aims to build connections among Ramah alumni by offering local activities and programs inspired by the Ramah camp experience that will

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Excelling at Alumni Engagement: Lessons from Reshet Ramah

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Jan 112016
 
Excelling at Alumni Engagement: Lessons from Reshet Ramah

By: Rabbi Abigail Treu [This piece is a response to the ongoing series highlighting the community case studies featured in the Alumni Playbook, an online resource from the Schusterman Family Foundation designed to help community initiators build robust alumni networks.] The recent publication by the Schusterman Family Foundation of the Alumni Playbook is a terrific

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Sparks of Engagement

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Dec 032013
 
Sparks of Engagement

This post continues our Chanukah series exploring the idea that: “Jews stand for light in the darkness, and every Jew can rekindle the flame of another.” We are pleased to feature a range of respondents discussing how this concept “illuminates” their perspectives and work. Visit here to read the introduction to this series – and

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Jan 312012
 
Powerful Jewish Camp Experiences: Planting the Seeds for a National Alumni Network

Ramah Wisconsin campers and staff (1951) By: Joel Einleger Much has been written recently about efforts to build and support people networks in the Jewish world, including a recent post here by my colleague Leah Meir. Network building has become sufficiently important that the Schusterman Foundation hired Seth Cohen, Director of Network Initiatives, to lead

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