Shorts: Camps & kids

Teen camp gives intro to entrepreneurship

Have you ever dreamed of starting a small business? If you’re a teenager, age 14 to 18, you can turn that dream into reality with Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ BIZCamp, a two-week introduction to entrepreneurship.

BIZCamp offers interested youth a chance to explore business opportunities, develop leadership skills, cultivate talents and enhance confidence and self-esteem.

The camp will take place from July 7 to 18. Applications are due by May 15. The fee for the program is $350. For more information, call Romina Avram in the JFCS Peninsula office at (650) 688-3056 or [email protected]. In San Francisco contact Joshua Aufhauser at (415) 359-2477 or [email protected].

‘Go green’ at PJCC summer camp

At the Peninsula Jewish Community Center in Foster City, green is on the menu this summer.

This year, it’s the littlest campers who will be adding an eco-friendly component to their days: PJCC campers ages 2-5 will enjoy environmentally themed entertainers, specialists and arts and crafts projects, all built around the theme of tikkun olam, repairing the world.

The camp, which starts June 23, will focus on the “three R’s”: reduce, recycle and reuse. Environmental entertainers such as the Banana Slug Band, the Earthcapades and Wild Things Inc. will make appearances at the camp.

For more information about PJCC camps, or to register, call (650) 378-2670 or visit www.pjcc.org.