What a Camper Taught Me Today

Posted July 8, 2015 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer As I walked around our loud, crowded dining hall this evening, the most amazing thing happened. I sat down to talk with one of our second session campers who arrived last night. Her name is Sophie Kieffer, and she is an entering 8th grader, who is brilliant, and has […]

My Newfound Connection to Judaism

Posted August 3, 2014 by

By Zach Chapman, 7th Grade Camper, Session 2, 2014 When I found out about Camp Inc., I was excited to see that there was a new summer camp all about entrepreneurship. I knew the camp was a Jewish camp, and even though I am Jewish, that was not the main reason I decided to come. […]

Two-Session Camper: The Fun Never Ends

Posted July 31, 2014 by

By Oz Markman-Raffeld, 8th Grade, Two-Session Camper, 2014 My name is Oz and this is my second session here at Camp Inc. this summer. It’s different but in a good way; new kids and a different experience. I hear from interesting entrepreneurial people and Jewish figures such as Rabbis, who have gone through unexpected twists and turns […]

What Makes Camp Inc. Special

Posted July 29, 2014 by

By Eitan Galper, 10th Grade Session 2 Camper, 2014 Ever since I was a kid, I have been an entrepreneur. In sixth grade, I started my own eBay business selling my old Pokemon cards and eventually expanding into larger items.  After taking a break from eBay, I was always brainstorming new potential business ideas.   […]

Even More Than I Expected

Posted July 28, 2014 by

By Rebecca Perl, 12th Grade Camper, Session 2, 2014 I stepped off of the plane at the Denver airport in a Camp Inc. sweatshirt and had no idea what I was walking into. A few months before July 16th, my best friend Valerie called me and told me that she was going to a farming […]