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In this episode of Voices of eLearning Host, JW Marshall spoke with Danny hundert, the founder of Ivy camps, on something that hasn’t been discussed before – summer camps. The duo looked at Hundert’s experience in summer camps and their role in children’s growth and learning.

After college and working in a few startups, Hundert decided to follow his passion – summer camps. He spent his youth in summer camps and then worked there, so it seemed natural to him to take the next step of developing one.

“We really insist on following their passions and the tenants that I think summer camp brings to the kids. Of course, they learn skills and they learn. – Danny Hundert

“I grew up going to summer camp. I also worked at a summer camp for ten years in high school and college, ”Hundert said. He decided to start a summer camp, which in his mind would be great, but running a business turned out to be a challenge. His first camp in Colorado, they dismantled to get registration in the camp, and they ended up having over 500 registrants. It was then that he knew he had a great idea for a summer camp model.

“We give kids a lot of choice,” Hundert said. “We really insist on following their passions and the tenants that I think summer camp brings to the kids. Of course, they learn skills and they learn. But, they have that sense of community that you can’t find elsewhere. You begin to learn tolerance, acceptance, and most of all, self-discovery. If we can teach kids to follow their passions and really live life with vigor and enthusiasm, then we’ve done our job at summer camp.

Listen to the episode to learn more about Hundert’s summer camps, and find out why he took his camps from Colorado to Shanghai.

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