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Camp Inc. Moving to Steamboat For Summer 2015

We are pleased to announce that Camp Inc. will be moving to an unbelievable new location in Steamboat, CO starting this coming summer.  Our new facility offers lodge-style residences, a Kosher kitchen, 10 high tech classrooms, an indoor athletic center, a 150-seat theater and more!Apprentice-Lodge-343x223

With multiple lodges, playing fields, an indoor athletic center with a basketball court and rock climbing wall, an outdoor amphitheater, miles of hiking trails, and a short drive to boating and swimming, there will always be plenty to do.

While our campers will spend most of their time on the property, an important part of Camp Inc. is getting out into the community and experiencing entrepreneurship first hand.  Our new location will allow campers to tour local startups and have guest entrepreneurs visit regularly.  Learn more about our amazing new location here.

backpacksRegistration is now open for Camp Inc. Summer 2015!  Teen entrepreneurs can get a jump start on planning their summer by taking advantage of Camp Inc.’s early registration.  Several discounts are available for families including $150 off and a Camp Inc. backpack for registration by December 1st. There are plenty of other ways to save including $150 for referring another family and $75 off for JCC members.

Registration and Information for Camp Inc. Summer 2015 can be found here.

Camp Inc. is a unique Jewish overnight camp for teens entering 6th-12th grades that combines the best of Jewish summer camp with a top-notch business program. Check out all our available summer camp programs here and this summer’s camp dates here.

For more information, email info@campinc.com or call 303-500-3020.

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About Josh Pierce

Camp Inc. is directed by Josh Pierce, a successful entrepreneur, camp professional, husband, and father of two girls. Josh spent years as a camper and staff member at Camp Chi, the Chicago Jewish Community Center’s overnight camp. He studied music and business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has built and sold a number of companies. After a decade of working with Jewish teens, Josh’s passion for youth entrepreneurship and overnight camp led him to the Boulder JCC, where he was awarded a prestigious position in the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Incubator II and full funding for Camp Inc. through the Jim Joseph Foundation and Avi Chai Foundation.

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One comment

  1. Josh, Mitten, Jonathan and Camp Inc head staff, what wonderful news! I am delighted that you are making it as a Kosher facility! Thank you for being all inclusive and keeping a higher standard, congrats!