Becoming Your Greatest Advocate

Posted July 22, 2016 by

By Landon Braverman – Jewish Educator and Song Leader In this week’s parsha, we read the story of Balak, the mighty King of Moab. Upon learning that the Israelites are getting ever closer to the Promised Land, he decides to try and thwart their movement. He does this by sending the prophet Balaam to curse […]

Stagecoach Day is Always an Adventure

Posted July 21, 2016 by

By Josh Pierce, Chief Camp Officer Once each session our campers get to spend half a day at Stagecoach Reservoir, swimming in the lake, playing on the beach, taking out kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards, and enjoying some picnic food fresh off the BBQ.  Somehow our days at Stagecoach always involve an incredible, memorable adventure. […]

A Trip to Google…..And More

Posted July 17, 2016 by

By Jack Rosenthal, Coding Specialist This past week has been a blast in the coding track. We are getting close to finishing covering our introductory material, and campers are starting to think about their projects. Along with all this, the Coding Track campers got to take a trip to Google’s Boulder office during our Boulder trip on Wednesday […]

The Timeless Lesson of Good Communication

Posted July 15, 2016 by

By Landon Braverman, Jewish Educator and Song Leader In this past week’s parsha, we learned the story of Korach, who incites a mutiny against Moses. Instead of approaching peacefully to discuss his grievances, Korach rallies his tribe to rise up against him. God responds by opening up the earth and swallowing the mutineers in a […]

Camper, Counselor, and Everything in Between

Posted July 13, 2016 by

By Danya Greenberg, Bunk Counselor for Apprentice Girls The first couple days of camp were filled with great camper questions- Where am I going to live?  Do we actually get to launch a business?  Is the food good?  The most important question asked of me by campers was “Wait, are you a camper or a […]