In October 2019, a group of students for Ramat HaNegev's new high school visited both Fairview and Boulder High Schools. At BHS, the teens checked out BHS's robotics club, shared contact information with BHS students and toured the school. They were impressed with the breadth of what is offered on campus - from haunted houses to weight training, from spirit week to science labs. They are returning home with a wealth of ideas to implement at their brand new high school.
Facilitating communication to assist Ramat HaNegev in developing on-road bikeways and multi-use paths.
Faculty from Ben Gurion University, Sede Boqer campus will visit the University of Colorado Boulder to explore future collaboration.
Boulder successfully hosted young adults from Ramat HaNegev and coordinated a hike along the flatirons. This will be a regular feature for future visits.
Boulder Moishe House hosts a cultural exchange program with young adults from Ramat HaNegev. This program will re-occur with the 2018 delegation visit.
Several delegations from Ramat HaNegev have visited Boulder. Visitors include the Mayor of Ramat HaNegev and staff from the Regional Council, as well as a contingent of young adults.
A delegation from Boulder visited Ramat HaNegev in January 2018. Future delegation visits will explore the region's rich culture, higher education, agricultural and outdoor activities.
Providing school supplies and books for Bedouin students at the Neve Midbar Nitzana School in Ramat HaNegev.
We will be exploring interest in an Ulpan (immersive Hebrew learning experience) with the Midreshet Ben Gurion Field School. This will include staying at Kibbutz Sede Boqer.
Provide an opportunity for Boulder businesses and individuals to sponsor cleanup and beautification of hiking and off-road biking trails in Ramat HaNegev. The program will also facilitate sharing of expertise with Ramat HaNegev.
We will facilitate a pen pal program between students in Ramat HaNegev and students in Boulder.
Joint training between Boulder and Ramat HaNegev Search and Rescue teams. This would include cross-training on equipment and techniques for locating and evacuating wilderness hikers.