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Ultimate Guide to Coolest Summer Camps Features Camp Inc.

BJN imageCamp Inc., the new Jewish overnight camp in Golden, CO, was recently featured in Fox News’ Ultimate Guide to Coolest Summer Camps.

Camp Inc.’s director, Josh Pierce, is quoted in the article about Camp Inc. saying, “It’s a great resume builder for college. People don’t realize how transformational a two- or three- week camp can be at that age.”

There are currently campers coming from 9 states and Israel.  Camp Inc. has also had other great press including an awesome article in the Huffington Post, and a fantastic tweet from Barbara Corcoran, of  the hit TV show Shark Tank. (See the blog post here).

Camp Inc. offers three programs for teens entering 7th-12th grades that combines the best of Jewish summer camp with a top-notch business program. Camp Inc. is one of the four new Incubator Camps through the Foundation for Jewish Camp this year.


About Dan Baer

Dan comes to the Camp Inc. team as the Camp Operations Officer after 5 years as the Associate Director of Camp Interlaken JCC in Milwaukee, WI. Dan was a participant in the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Yitro Leadership Program and a member of the JCC Association’s Merrin Teen Professional Fellows. Dan grew up in Akron, OH where he got his start in camping as a lifeguard, Pool Director, and Assistant Director at Hiram House Camp. Dan graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Applied Economics and Management and a concentration in Marketing. He has always had a passion for both working with children and summer camping as well as Jewish life. He is currently a BBYO advisor and was extremely active in Hillel in college. Dan enjoys working out, playing soccer, skiing and traveling. - See more at:

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