Six Words

Posted August 1, 2015 by

By Dan Baer, Camp Operations Officer According to a popular legend, Ernest Hemingway was a guest at the famous Algonquin Round Table. He was challenged by the authors and playwrights to craft the shortest story possible. He had them all place bets. He took a napkin and wrote on it, “For sale: baby shoes, never […]

Laughter is the Best Medicine

Posted July 31, 2015 by

By Jordan Steifman, Judaic Educator I laugh harder and more often at camp than anywhere else. There’s something contagious about this happy, goofy atmosphere where, no matter how tired I might be from a long day, I can’t help but to be in high spirits. To me, having the ability to be silly and to be […]

New People, New Ideas

Posted July 31, 2015 by

By David Poussard, Business Specialist Great pitches start with great ideas. As part of the process here at Camp Inc. we spend a considerable amount of time nurturing a creative environment to develop successful business ideas. This process includes a number of exercises designed to tackle big picture problems that are critical to today’s society. […]

Spider Webs and Charades

Posted July 28, 2015 by

By Anna Smith, Business Specialist Today was the first official day of the third session of Camp Inc. The day started with all of the groups gathering together in the theater with an interview of the one and only Camp Director, Josh Pierce. One of the many learning activities at Camp Inc. are the mentor […]

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 […]