6 Ways Teens Manage Technology, School, and Their Social Life (and How Parents Can Relax About It)

Posted April 30, 2015 by

When kids enter their teenage years, their parents are forced to learn how to take a step back and let them begin to steer their own lives. Admittedly, this can be a little nerve-wracking — life is so fragile, and the teenage years are so formative and challenging. Technology isn’t what it used to be, […]

Camp Inc. Creates Maker Space and Prototyping Lab

Posted April 28, 2015 by

By Mitten Lowe, Camp Outreach Officer Camp Inc. is creating a Maker Space and Prototyping Lab for our campers this summer AND we have a collection box in the front lobby of the Boulder JCC. We are seeking donations (see list below) of equipment, tools, and supplies to make the space complete. Used equipment and supplies in working […]

18 Celebrities That Attended Jewish Summer Camp

Posted April 27, 2015 by

For decades now, going off to summer camp has become an American-Jewish cultural tradition.  Given the number of kids who attend Jewish summer camps over the years, it’s not surprising to learn that so many have grown up to become successful celebrities. Sleep-away programs such as Camp Ramah and Surprise Lake Camp made it possible […]

The Growing Popularity in Specialty Summer Camps and Why You Should Attend Ours

Posted April 22, 2015 by

Once upon a time, kids were sent to summer camps, where they spent sunny days kayaking and riding horses, and rainy days were spent making crafts out of popsicle sticks and yarn. For some people, these days comprise their fondest memories; for others, seemingly random outside adventures and endless team sports was grueling and unbefitting […]

Press Release: Camp Inc. Welcomes Their First Camper Who Crowdfunded His Way to Summer Camp

Posted April 17, 2015 by

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 16, 2015 “Cash Ashkinos, 11 years old, counted on Jewish support and he wasn’t disappointed. The concept of “Jewish identity” calls to mind a number of associations: passion, belief, family, tradition, education, ethics, and especially community. Extending back to the origins of the Jewish people, it’s been expected that when overarching […]