Exclusive Interview with Camp Inc. Camper Yogev

Posted July 20, 2015 by

By Dan Baer, Camp Operations Officer Tonight at Camp Inc., Chief Operations Officer, Dan Baer, interviewed 12th grade camper Yogev to hear more about his Camp Inc. experience. D: Tell me about yourself. Y: My name is Yogev B-Y. I am 17 years old, and I’m a rising senior. I have lived in Milwaukee for […]

Bringing Back the Brackets

Posted July 19, 2015 by

By Carolyn Shillinglaw, Business Specialist This past Friday night one of our companies sponsored a ping pong tournament. It combined the best of both worlds: a serious business event with the silliness a summer camp is supposed to have. Peel Seal endorsed three athletes and outfitted them with official Peel Seal gear. Campers went head […]

Camp Inc.’s Got Talent…And Community

Posted July 18, 2015 by

By Sarah “Zippy” Magida, Chief Fun Officer On Thursday night, we hosted an outdoor talent show that was set up like a concert at Tanglewood or Red Rocks. We set out lawn chairs and picnic tables for the campers to sit on and decorated with lights and tiki torches. Campers showed off their talents singing […]

Lost & Found

Posted July 17, 2015 by

By Jordyn Steifman, Judaic Educator During our Brain Break today, I was playing “Would You Rather” with a few campers. I pulled a card from the deck and read out loud, “would you rather always lose your balance or get lost once everyday?” To my surprise, without hesitation one camper chimed in, stating that she […]

The Importance of Networks

Posted July 17, 2015 by

By Dave Poussard, Business Specialist At Camp Inc., I have had the pleasure of working with very smart, motivated and creative kids who are developing great ideas and business ventures. Recently an issue arose regarding intellectual property (IP as we call it in the business world). A group of campers that I am working with […]