Work at Camp!

We are searching for incredible people to become a part of the Ramah Day Camp LA kehillah (community).

Our staff are kind, energetic, and love working with children. At Ramah Day Camp LA, you will learn, work, and play in an entirely Jewish environment.

Spend the summer with us and create the most joyous Jewish community in Los Angeles!

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  • WHAT WILL YOU GAIN FROM A JOB AT RAMAH?

    • Valuable skills such as teamwork, leadership, responsibility, supervisory skills, communication skills, and a positive work ethic
    • Preparation for college, graduate school, and the job market
    • The joy of belonging to a close-knit Jewish community of young adults like yourself
    • Friendships that last well past the summer
    • The chance to change a child's life!
  • POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER 2024

    • Counselor (Madrich/Madricha)
    • Division Head (Rosh Edah)
    • Jewish Educator (Moreh/Morah)
    • Parent Liaison (Yoetz/Yoetzet)
    • Israeli & Modern Dance (Rikud) Specialist
    • Nature (Teva) Specialist
    • STEM (Madah) Specialist
    • Visual Arts (Omanut) Specialist
    • Media Arts (Tikshoret) Specialist
    • Sports Coaches (Me'amen): Tennis/Pickleball, Mini Golf, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball/Baseball
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Join Our Team

An enriching and fun summer awaits you!

Counselor applicants must be 16 years of age and older. Most staff will ride the bus to camp, so there is no need to worry about transportation.

Once we have received your application, you will hear from us regarding next steps and more information. Have questions about working at camp? Email daycamp@ramah.org

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Administrative Office:
17525 Ventura Blvd #310,
Encino, CA 91316

Camp Location:
de Toledo High School
22622 Vanowen Street
West Hills, CA 91307

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About Camp Ramah in California
Ramah Day Camp LA is a program of Camp Ramah in California (CRCA). CRCA also operates Camp Ramah, a coeducational, residential summer camp based in Ojai, which is accredited by the American Camp Association. Both camps are affiliated with the Conservative Movement and National Ramah Commission under the educational auspices of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at American Jewish University.

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