Peanut Butter and Jelly

Posted July 10, 2016 by

By Jack Rosenthal, Coding Specialist Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly is pretty simple… right? As the Session 2 Coding Track campers found out on their first day here, it can be quite complicated. Using Sunbutter as a substitute for peanut butter at our nut-free (both the tree and the pea kinds) camp, the campers […]

Kickoff to Session 2!

Posted July 8, 2016 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer What an amazing arrival day for the second session of Camp Inc.!  We started the day with a handful of staff and 4 multi-session campers and finished with 39 campers, and 30 staff. The dining hall was full of ruach and sloppy joes! The theme of the day was “Welcome Home”, […]

A Change of Scenery

Posted July 4, 2016 by

By Beth Blacker, Summer Office Manager If someone would have told me a few months ago I would be the office manager at a camp in the middle of the Colorado Rocky Mountains I would have thought it was a somewhat insane notion. Afterall, I am well beyond the years when an adult thinks about […]

Everything Comes Together

Posted July 3, 2016 by

By Jack Rosenthal, Coding Specialist   This past week has been a blast in the coding track. After we finished covering introductory material on Sunday, the campers headed to Boulder to learn about businesses there on Monday and Tuesday. Along the way, the Coding Track campers got to take a trip to Google’s Boulder office.   The Google […]

The Power of Believing in Yourself

Posted July 1, 2016 by

By Jordyn Steifman, Jewish Educator This week’s parsha, Shelach, tells the story of twelve spies, one from each tribe of Israel, who were sent by Moses to scout the land of Canaan. Moses instructs the men to explore the region and its inhabitants—to discover if those who dwelled on the land were strong or weak, […]