Take Ramah Home

Your Ramah experience doesn’t end when you leave Palmer – you can take Ramah home with you and stay connected to our community all year round!

Social media has made it easier than ever to stay in touch with Ramah friends and our whole Ramah family. Make sure to friend us on Facebook, follow us in Instagram and Twitter, and check our blog regularly. There are always new pictures, reflections, and announcements during the year that we can’t wait to share with you! One of our favorite ways to come together through social media is the annual Wear Your Ramah T-Shirt Day! Stay tuned for this year’s official date, and be sure your favorite Ramah t-shirt is clean for the big day.

Nothing beats seeing friends in person, so be sure to sign up for one of our Ramah reunions! Tzad Aleph campers can attend our afternoon reunions in either Washington, DC or Boston, and Tzad Bet campers get the opportunity to spend a Shabbat in Palmer in the spring. Check out our reunion pages for more information.

The Ramah ruach is overflowing in many of our regional synagogues, and one of the best ways to bring Ramah home with you is to stay engaged and involved in your home community. Many Ramahniks are active in their local United Synagogue Youth (USY) chapters during the year, and get very excited about Ramah meet-ups at regional and international conventions. We encourage you to use the skills you’ve learned at Ramah by volunteering to lead services, read Torah and Haftarah, and participate in programming at home.