A Maker Space for Jewish Teens
Teens in grades 9-12 from all Jewish backgrounds are invited to Ramah Darom for 2 days of hands-on tinkering, coding, designing, and prototyping, guided by Jewish tech extraordinaire Russel Neiss. Team up with other teens and use your skills to rethink and enhance Jewish objects and rituals at this exciting pilot program you won’t want to miss.
This program has been postponed until 2019. Please check back for more information.
What is a makers space?
A maker space is a place in which people with shared interests, particularly in the realm of technology, can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment, and knowledge.
What is a team?
A team is a minimum of 3 chaperoned teens being brought to the program by a school, youth group, or other organization.
Can I participate if I don’t have a team?
If you don’t have a team but would like to participate in the program please do not hesitate to be in touch! We would be happy to speak with you further about creating or joining a team
What is included in my registration fee?
Your registration includes full participation in the program, your supplies, food and lodging. Linens are not included and should be brought from home. More information on linens, packing list, transportation and program structure will be sent to all registered participants.
How will I get to Ramah Darom?
Transportation to and from Atlanta will be available at no additional cost.
What will we be doing all day?
Detailed information about the program schedule will be sent to participants closer to the event.
Emily Kaiman, Retreat Center Program Coordinator
Phone: (404) 531-0801 Ext. 9221
70 Darom Lane
Clayton, GA 30525 United States
Phone: (706) 782-9300