The Division of Institutional Advancement and the Ramapo College Foundation share a mission to provide the resources that make the difference in Ramapo College’s quest for educational excellence.
Students in grades K-8 in Northern New Jersey can now have hands-on food education brought directly to their schools through the Mobile Food Lab, a fun and multi-sensory classroom on wheels. The Mobile Food Lab is made possible through a partnership between Ramapo College, Reed Next, an initiative of Oakland-based REED Foundation for Autism, and Newark-based EcoSpaces Education, a program at Philips Educational Partners. In addition to introducing kids to food education, adults with autism will have the opportunity to work in a variety of jobs in and around the Mobile Food Lab and the Meadowlands Environment Center.
The objective of the Scholars Mentorship Program is to provide Ramapo Foundation Scholars with regular, one-on-one contact with an individual from Ramapo College Foundation Board of Governors or other College Advisory Board who can share a professional and personal perspective. This interaction will enhance the student’s college experience by giving them first hand exposure to a practitioner in their field of interest or an individual to give them overall support, direction and encouragement to achieve their goals. The purpose of the mentor is to support the student in their career planning process so they can make more fully informed post graduate choices.
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Vice President for Institutional Advancement,
Executive Director of the Ramapo College Foundation
Ramapo Foundation Board Chair
Debra Perry ’85, Esq.
Phone: (201) 684-7612