Non-profits fill a need in their communities.

Herb Bloomquist, Executive Director of Camp Shamineau Ministeries explained to the CEO students how a non-profit like Camp Shamineau differs from typical "for profit" businesses.

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Camp Shamineau's business is serving their campers & guest groups.

Camp Shamineau

Herb explained that Camp Shamineau's business model is centered on ministry.  Everything they do revolves around that central goal.

The CEO students got a glimpse of the beautiful setting and the many activities available to both the Shamineau campers and local community members as they visited with Mr. Bloomquist.


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