- Author:Sylvia C. Ettenberg,Geraldine Rosenfield
- Publisher:Jewish Theological Seminary of amer (June 1, 1989)
- Pages:206 pages
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Sylvia C. Ettenberg, Geraldine Rosenfield (1989). Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Retrieved September 14, 2010. Hasia R. Diner (2002). Lower East Side Memories: A Jewish Place in America. Princeton University Press.
Sylvia Cutler Ettenberg (July 27, 1917 – June 21, 2012) was a Jewish educator at the forefront of many Conservative Jewish educational initiatives and was one of the founders of the Camp Ramah camping movement. A graduate of Brooklyn College and the. A graduate of Brooklyn College and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS), she was invited by JTS Chancellor Louis Finkelstein to join the JTS administration in 1946.
In S. C. Ettenberg & G. Rosenfield (Ed., The Ramah experience: Community and commitment (pp. 19−37). NY: The Jewish Theological Seminary and the National Ramah Commission. Making the case for social and emotional learning and service learning. Denver, CO: Educational Commission of the States.
Of Bedford, MA, formerly of New York City on Monday, October 10, 2005. Mother of Don Rosenfield of California and Rachel Lafo and her husband Joe of Bedford, Massachusetts. Grandmother of Devin, Jacob & Sabrina. Sister of the late Frances Mills. Services on Friday, October 14 in Lexington, MA. Former associate of American Jewish Committee and Jewish Theological Seminary. Donations may be made to Dr. Ettenberg Education School Fund, C/O JTS, 3080 Broadway, NY, NY 10027 Levine Chapels, Brookline, M. 617-277-8300.
Sylvia Ettenberg remains a tireless and devoted educator dedicated to her mission of enriching the field of Jewish . Ettenberg, Sylvia, and Moshe Davis. The Ramah Experience: Community and Commitment (1989). Sylvia Ettenberg died on June 21, 2012.
Sylvia Ettenberg remains a tireless and devoted educator dedicated to her mission of enriching the field of Jewish education. Modest about her accomplishments, she continues to be driven by a passion and love for Judaism.
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by Geraldine Rosenfield. From the Foreword: It has been said that of the many programs within the Conser¬vative Movement, Camp Ramah has been one of the most rewarding and has enjoyed the longest period of success
by Geraldine Rosenfield. From the Foreword: It has been said that of the many programs within the Conser¬vative Movement, Camp Ramah has been one of the most rewarding and has enjoyed the longest period of success. It has also been said, and repeated often, that the "Ramah experi¬ence" is one of the most successful Jewish educational experi¬ences, and it is indeed a fact. Testimony to this fact is found wherever one travels. Whenever a group of Conservative Jews assemble
Flag as Inappropriate. Sylvia Cutler Ettenberg (July 27, 1917-June 21, 2012) was a Jewish educator at the forefront of many Conservative Jewish educational initiatives and was one of the founders of the Camp Ramah camping movement.
Flag as Inappropriate. Ettenberg served as registrar and oversaw the development of the Teachers Institute and Seminary College of JTS.
During the 1940s, the Jewish Theological Seminary established Camp Ramah as a tool for furthering Jewish education. The founders envisioned an informal camp setting where Jewish youth would reconnect with the synagogue and Jewish tradition, and a new cadre of American-born Jewish leadership could be cultivated. Today, Ramah camps are attended by over 6,500 youngsters, ranging in age from 7-16, with a staff of 1,500 counselors, co-counselors, specialists, and teachers. In addition to typical summer camp activities, Ramah camps offer an educational program focusing on Judaism, Zionism, and Hebrew-language instruction on different levels.