Camp Inc. Featured on Daily Camera

Posted July 31, 2014 by

Camp Inc. was featured today on the front page of the Daily Camera! Jewish teens learn how to start a business at new summer camp By Amy Bounds About 40 Jewish middle and high school students pitched their business ideas to a panel of entrepreneurs this week at Spark Boulder, getting advice on how to […]

Two-Session Camper: The Fun Never Ends

Posted July 31, 2014 by

By Oz Markman-Raffeld, 8th Grade, Two-Session Camper, 2014 My name is Oz and this is my second session here at Camp Inc. this summer. It’s different but in a good way; new kids and a different experience. I hear from interesting entrepreneurial people and Jewish figures such as Rabbis, who have gone through unexpected twists and turns […]

What Makes Camp Inc. Special

Posted July 29, 2014 by

By Eitan Galper, 10th Grade Session 2 Camper, 2014 Ever since I was a kid, I have been an entrepreneur. In sixth grade, I started my own eBay business selling my old Pokemon cards and eventually expanding into larger items.  After taking a break from eBay, I was always brainstorming new potential business ideas.   […]

Even More Than I Expected

Posted July 28, 2014 by

By Rebecca Perl, 12th Grade Camper, Session 2, 2014 I stepped off of the plane at the Denver airport in a Camp Inc. sweatshirt and had no idea what I was walking into. A few months before July 16th, my best friend Valerie called me and told me that she was going to a farming […]

Women in Business

Posted July 22, 2014 by

By Michelle Jacobson, 12th Grade Camper, Session 2, 2014. Last Wednesday, I left my home in San Diego to come to sleep-away camp for the first time in six years. On the plane ride to Camp Inc., I started panicking. I was terrified that everyone would hate me, that I would be put in a […]