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Liberal Studies

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Camp Adventure Leadership Assessment Center (LAC) meeting

Event Start DateSaturday, December 5, 2009
Camino Hall
Event Start Time10:00 am
CostCost: Free
Message

Please plan to join us for our Leadership Assessement Center (LAC). This will be an important meeting which will give you a distinct advantage in being placed at a location of your choice.  The LAC is hosted by Camp Adventure veterans who teach you songs, camp skits, arts and crafts, and games so that you can  better understand the Camp Adventure way of doing summer camp.  During the LAC you will also do the required applications and interview.

Liberal Studies students: Did you know that Camp Adventure Child and Youth Services is recruiting for prospective counselors for this summer?   Camp Adventure is a service learning program sponsored by the USD School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) Global Leadership program.  The purpose of Camp Adventure is to provide meaningful youth and child activities to the families of US Military and State Department families who live around the world.  Last year more than 900 college and university students served in 200 program sites in 16 different countries to include England, Spain, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Turkey, The Netherlands, Russia, Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, the Marshall Islands, Guam, Hawaii, and other locatons.

The Camp Adventure program includes a wide arange of youth activities.  Typical programs are day camps, specialty camps (art, dance, cheerleader, sports, high adventure, etc), Aquatics Learn to Swim programs, Teen and Eary Childhood Development programs.  There are many perks including

  • Tax free living stipend for your day to day living expenses
  • Paid transportation to and from the program site
  • Free and appropriate housing
  • Real world experience working with children and youth for your resume and letters of recommendation
  • Develop new friendships throughout the world
  • University credits
  • Have fun!

Please join us. If you would like more specific information, please contact Cally Evanoff at callyev-12@sandiego.edu or Walt Heinecke,Ed.D., at walterh@sandiego.edu or visit our office at in Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, room 101 G,  (619) 260-7854.  

 

ContactWalt Heinecke, Ed.D. | walterh@sandiego.edu | 619-260-7854