In addition to the $3,000 R1V subsidy that each participant is eligible for regardless of financial status, participants are welcome to apply for additional funds through our Seminar Scholarship Fund.
Ramah Israel and the Ramah camps are strongly committed to the ideal that no qualified participant should be prevented from joining Seminar due to lack of funds. To this end, we have developed the Seminar Scholarship Fund which will enable deserving youth, who would otherwise be unable to do so, to come to Israel.
Scholarship applications are due by January 14, 2022
*Scholarship applications can be found in your regpack account once you register for Seminar.
In addition to our list of funding sources, check out Plant Your Way – an innovative program that will help you save money for a trip to Israel and at the same time raise money for the greening of Israel.
If possible, we ask that you seriously consider a voluntary contribution to the Scholarship Fund. Please check the appropriate space on the application form.
$500 deposit with application
$3,000 payment due by January 31, 2022;
Payment in full is expected by April 1, 2022.
Any checks or envelopes postmarked after April 1, 2022 will result in a late fee of $100.
Payment must be made in USD.
All applications must include a deposit of $500. This deposit is refundable in full until January 31, 2022.
Cancellations must be made in writing.
Before March 31 $500 USD cancellation fee
April 1 – April 30 $1,000 USD
May 1 – May 31 $1,500 USD
After June 1 tuition is non-refundable
We recommend that you purchase a trip cancellation insurance policy from your travel agent if you have to withdraw from the trip.
Any requests to waive the cancellation fees will be made on an individual basis.
If Ramah Israel Seminar is canceled due to COVID-19 all tuition paid will be refunded to participants.