A Fresh Start on Coding

Posted August 1, 2016 by

By Jack Rosenthal, Coding Specialist Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly is pretty simple… right? As the Session 3 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 […]

Cultivating Innovative Leaders

Posted July 29, 2016 by

By Jordyn Steifman, Jewish Educator and Aryeh Gelfand, Executive Boy Counselor Greetings from high up in the Rocky Mountains. In this week’s Torah portion we are confronted with a story, that when looked at closely, works to both answer and ask many questions. I am referring to the story of the daughters of Tzelafchad.   […]

Spiffy Dog Tour

Posted July 28, 2016 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer The first business tour of the session was to Spiffy Dog (https://www.spiffydog.com). They are a local Steamboat Company that manufactures award winning dog collars and accessories that can be found in 250 small pet shops around the country.  Kyle Nelson donated his time and some products to help Camp […]

Session 3 Campers are Finally Here!

Posted July 27, 2016 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer What an amazing arrival day for the 3rd session of Camp Inc.! The theme for our arrival days this summer has been “Welcome Home”, and from the instant the bus arrived, there was music playing, and every camper received a welcome home letter from the staff.  After seeing their cabin, everyone […]

A Unique Perspective on Camp Inc.

Posted July 25, 2016 by

By YunXiang Via, Executive Boy, Sessions 1 and 2 The day after the end of high school entrance exam, I had flown to US and joined the Camp Inc.——-the Jewish camp about business. During the two sessions—–five weeks, I have learned how to make a basic start-up company, how to do the market design, including […]