’” The networking possibilities presented by Jewish camps is a point of interest in the Reform Judaism movement as well.Goals related to camps were a prominent part of the “Campaign for Youth Engagement” announced by the Union for Reform Judaism at its most recent biennial.
Ramahniks can then choose to “meet” only other Ramahniks or search more broadly within JDate’s 750,000 members worldwide.
and pushback in the Orthodox world, women's issues, the Jewish LGBTQ community and Reform and Conservative Jewish life.
She also heads the Investigative Journalism Fund, a special project of the Jewish Week to fill a gap in investigative and enterprise reporting, and 36 Under 36, an annual special issue profiling 36 exceptional young leaders.
Though she said “different denominations deal with the challenges of Jewish dating differently,” a web forum for meeting might be a future possibility.
The higher level of connectedness born of the Jewish summer camp experience is more than hypothetical.