[This essay is from The Peoplehood Papers, volume 22 - “Israel@70: A Peoplehood Perspective” - published by the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education.] By Noam Pianko Earlier this spring, a group of young Jewish activists associated with the organization If Not Now pet … [Read more...] about As Israel Turn 70, A Reminder that Peoplehood is not Israel-hood!
By Rabbi Paul Resnick Every summer since 2007, alumni and friends of Camp Ramah in the Berkshires gather at the Salem Golf Course for a day of golf. What started as the brainchild of one alumnus to bring some of his camp buddies together for a day on the course has turned into … [Read more...] about A Gateway to Leadership Development
By Andrea Lieber [This article is the eighth, and final, in a series written by participants in the Senior Educators Cohort at M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education.] I live a double life as a Jewish educator. Most of my colleagues know me as a professor … [Read more...] about Experiential Education: An Approach. Not a Place.
By Shoshana Hebshi Kids who love Jewish overnight camp will have one more local option to choose from this summer. Eden Village West, the first expansion of Eden Village Camp in upstate New York, will open near the Russian River in Sonoma County on June 19 for the first of … [Read more...] about S’more and s’more Jewish Summer Camps around the Bay
By Amy Skopp Cooper In 2010, as part of a strategic planning process, the National Ramah Commission determined that one of its objectives would be to further leverage the Ramah camping movement brand and extend the Ramah mission beyond the scope of summer camps. Action steps … [Read more...] about Extending the Ramah Mission: 7 Years of Remarkable Growth