Making the Change                     Summer                    Leadership                      Camp
What will we cover?1. Introductions2. Camp Objective3. Activities4. Coffee House5. Facebook page6. Forms
Introductions Jonathan       ShaziaKlynkramer      Hasan
Camp Objective
Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain?
Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain?               What do we want to learn about?
Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain?               What do we want to learn about?  What’s the ultimate goal?
Camp Objective
Camp ObjectiveTo create student leaders whowill go on to enrich their school        and community.
Activities
ActivitiesSports
ActivitiesSports                  Art
ActivitiesSports                     ArtMusic
ActivitiesSports                     ArtMusic             Spoken Word
ActivitiesSports                      ArtMusic              Spoken WordDiscussions
ActivitiesSports                       ArtMusic              Spoken WordDiscussions              Presentations
ActivitiesSports                       ArtMusic              Spoken WordDiscussions              PresentationsAnd more!
Coffee House
Coffee House    10-12am,July 13th & 27th  (Last day of each session)
Facebook Page
Facebook Page
ImportantForms: Medical Information, Media Release, EmergencyClosure, Walking PermissionBus Pick-up:- Gary Allan HS 8:00am...
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  • What skills do we want to gain?\nteamwork, problem-solving, decision-making, active citizenship...\nWhat do we want to learn about?\nglobal perspective: become aware of the world around them, of the issues (such as poverty, health, environment, etc...) and what people are doing to solve them. \ninclusion: how to include and create a safe welcoming atmosphere for others\nrespect: for others and the world in general\nWhat’s the ultimate goal?\ncreate student leaders who will go on to enrich their school and community. \nhelp these kids thrive when they continue on to high school and beyond.\n
  • What skills do we want to gain?\nteamwork, problem-solving, decision-making, active citizenship...\nWhat do we want to learn about?\nglobal perspective: become aware of the world around them, of the issues (such as poverty, health, environment, etc...) and what people are doing to solve them. \ninclusion: how to include and create a safe welcoming atmosphere for others\nrespect: for others and the world in general\nWhat’s the ultimate goal?\ncreate student leaders who will go on to enrich their school and community. \nhelp these kids thrive when they continue on to high school and beyond.\n
  • What skills do we want to gain?\nteamwork, problem-solving, decision-making, active citizenship...\nWhat do we want to learn about?\nglobal perspective: become aware of the world around them, of the issues (such as poverty, health, environment, etc...) and what people are doing to solve them. \ninclusion: how to include and create a safe welcoming atmosphere for others\nrespect: for others and the world in general\nWhat’s the ultimate goal?\ncreate student leaders who will go on to enrich their school and community. \nhelp these kids thrive when they continue on to high school and beyond.\n
  • What skills do we want to gain?\nteamwork, problem-solving, decision-making, active citizenship...\nWhat do we want to learn about?\nglobal perspective: become aware of the world around them, of the issues (such as poverty, health, environment, etc...) and what people are doing to solve them. \ninclusion: how to include and create a safe welcoming atmosphere for others\nrespect: for others and the world in general\nWhat’s the ultimate goal?\ncreate student leaders who will go on to enrich their school and community. \nhelp these kids thrive when they continue on to high school and beyond.\n
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  • -the coffee house will be held on the last day of each session. \n-it is chance for the kids to show off the work they’ve done at the camp and perhaps perform some music, poetry or spoken word. \n-it is also a good way to promote presentation skills (of course presenting in front of everybody is not mandatory). \n-we would like to encourage the kids to bring a some food or snacks to share with everybody else (but by no means mandatory), please no nuts, we encourage ethnically diverse foods). \n-all parents and friends are invited to come and join and watch and see the work we’ve done.\n
  • -we’ve created a Facebook page for all students and their parents as a way of connecting with each other outside of camp, discussing or asking questions about topics brought up at camp and as a way of sharing pictures, etc...\n-it is by no means mandatory to join.\n-it is set to secret, so only those who are invited to join will be able to see the page.\n
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  • Making the Change: Summer Leadership Camp

    1. 1. Making the Change Summer Leadership Camp
    2. 2. What will we cover?1. Introductions2. Camp Objective3. Activities4. Coffee House5. Facebook page6. Forms
    3. 3. Introductions Jonathan ShaziaKlynkramer Hasan
    4. 4. Camp Objective
    5. 5. Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain?
    6. 6. Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain? What do we want to learn about?
    7. 7. Camp ObjectiveWhat skills do we want to gain? What do we want to learn about? What’s the ultimate goal?
    8. 8. Camp Objective
    9. 9. Camp ObjectiveTo create student leaders whowill go on to enrich their school and community.
    10. 10. Activities
    11. 11. ActivitiesSports
    12. 12. ActivitiesSports Art
    13. 13. ActivitiesSports ArtMusic
    14. 14. ActivitiesSports ArtMusic Spoken Word
    15. 15. ActivitiesSports ArtMusic Spoken WordDiscussions
    16. 16. ActivitiesSports ArtMusic Spoken WordDiscussions Presentations
    17. 17. ActivitiesSports ArtMusic Spoken WordDiscussions PresentationsAnd more!
    18. 18. Coffee House
    19. 19. Coffee House 10-12am,July 13th & 27th (Last day of each session)
    20. 20. Facebook Page
    21. 21. Facebook Page
    22. 22. ImportantForms: Medical Information, Media Release, EmergencyClosure, Walking PermissionBus Pick-up:- Gary Allan HS 8:00am- Abbey Park HS 8:20amStudents must bring their own snacks/lunch (no peanuts!)Please make sure you let us know about any allergies, medicalrequirements or special needs.
    23. 23. Questions? ?

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