Finding an Individual Voice and a Community

Posted June 20, 2015 by

By Sarah Magida, Chief Fun Officer I love camp. I have now spent 12 summers at other Jewish sleep-away camps. Camp is the place where I grew up. Camp is the place where I figured out who I was as an individual and how that individual fit into a greater community. I am a big […]

The Shared Values of Camp Inc.

Posted June 19, 2015 by

By Jordyn Steifman, Judaic Educator I spent ten summers of my life at a Jewish overnight camp in the Northeast, so one would assume that nothing about the camping experience comes as a surprise to me. I’m already aware of how magical it can be to live in a little summer bubble where building friendships and […]

Kickoff to First Session!

Posted June 18, 2015 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer & Dan Baer, Chief Operations Officer The bus has arrived! After almost a full day of travel and months of anticipation, the moment has finally come. The staff just welcomed these 24 outstanding campers off the bus and officially started the second chapter of this camp’s history with the […]

4 Apps That Connect Teens and Their Parents

Posted June 15, 2015 by

As a parent, it seems like wherever you look, technology is touted as dangerous for teens. While it’s true there are inherent risks with everything connecting your kids with the outside world, that’s no reason to completely shut them off from a virtual wonderland where a vast universe of facts and tools lies just at […]

Press Release: Camp Inc. Summer 2015 Lineup of Presenters & Business Tours

Posted June 1, 2015 by

“Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 26, 2015 Camp Inc., a Jewish overnight summer camp for aspiring teen entrepreneurs in grades 6-12, is announcing their preliminary lineup of presenters and local company tours as part of their summer 2015 sessions. Camp Inc. offers three summer sessions based on age, and will run June 18 to August 12, […]