There are two sessions, each lasting two weeks in June and July.
Week 1 of each session is designed to provide the "learning." We will spend the week gaining valuable background information on the topic, including touring community agencies and meeting with their staff. Week 2 is designed to provide "hands-on" service on the topic. For example, working in a community garden that has provided fresh food to a neighborhood.
At the completion of of each session, participants will receive a certificate of service.
Registration forms for summer 2019 will be available in March. There are limited slots available.
- Session 1 - Food Insecurity: June 17-28
- Session 2 - Diversity and Inclusion: July 8-19
- Drop off between 9:30-10 am
- Camp begins at 10 am
- Camp ends at 3 pm
The cost to participate in the camp is $40 per session. This fee covers a shirt for each participant and snacks. Lunch is not provided. Fees are due upon acceptance into the camp.
Scholarships are available.
For more information or questions, e-mail or call Tiffany Carlton, GYC Events Leader, at 336-373-4351.