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, […]

“The Business” of Boulder

Posted June 29, 2016 by

By Anna Smith, Business Specialist   7:45 am was the leave time on Monday morning.  The campers and staff loaded the buses, and headed down the road toward boulder.   The buses were loaded with camper’s clothes, book bags, pillows, and food, everything we would need for our two-day excursion. The first stop was a small […]

A Day in the Life of a Camp Inc. Counselor

Posted June 27, 2016 by

By Aryeh Gelfand, Executive Boys Counselor Every morning at 7:30 the alarm rings and the business begins. I haven’t felt this busy since, well….ever. I am a counselor for the Executive Boys (ages 14-17) and like most teenage boys they like to sleep,  but day after day we all get up and stumble over to […]

A Week of Coding

Posted June 26, 2016 by

By Jack Rosenthal, Coding Specialist Campers came to Camp Inc. with many different experience levels in computer programming – some with little to no experience, and some who know how to use a few different programming languages even. Furthermore, each camper has their own unique problem solving strategies not shared with any other camper. This […]

Raising Light

Posted June 23, 2016 by

By Jordyn Steifman, Jewish Educator In this week’s parsha, “Be-ha’alotekha,” God instructs Aaron to “raise light” on the seven lamps of the menorah in the Sanctuary. One piece of commentary on this from the sages is, “When a person builds a house, he makes the windows narrow on the outside and wider on the inside, so […]