Camp Inc. is a Jewish overnight camp where teenagers from around the world join together to explore what it means to be an entrepreneur. Campers work together to launch a product or service using the skills and tools learned through daily team challenges, interactions with guest entrepreneurs, tours of local businesses, and weekly “Shark Tank” style pitch competitions.
Located in the mountains above beautiful Boulder, CO, Camp Inc. provides 7th-12th grade campers with a unique Jewish overnight summer camp where they develop community, confidence, leadership, and Jewish identity through hands-on experience in entrepreneurship and business. Camp Inc. campers receive the skills to become leaders and innovators in business, philanthropy, and the Jewish community.
The Camp Inc. program offers (2) two-week sessions for campers entering 7th and 8th grade and (2) three-week sessions for campers entering 9th-12th grade.
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We provide 7th–12th grade campers with a unique Jewish summer camp experience that introduces and develops creativity and invention through entrepreneurship.
We will teach our campers how to turn their ideas into reality and leave them with a tool box of skills that promotes community, confidence, independence, leadership, giving, and Jewish identity so they can become innovators in business, philanthropy, and the Jewish community.
The vision of Camp Inc. is to inspire a global community of multi-generational entrepreneurs and innovators, who continually work to develop the skills needed to turn their ideas into reality, build their Jewish identity, connect to Israel in meaningful ways, and make a positive difference in the world.
Camp Inc. is a program of the Boulder JCC and is funded by the Jim Joseph Foundation and AVI CHAI Foundation, in partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Camp Inc. was competitively selected as part of the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s esteemed Incubator II to receive both funding and mentorship to build the best Jewish overnight camp experience.