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Make A Difference....Work at Camp! For a memorable summer, get a job at Camp. The paycheck you receive will be only one of the many rewards you will take home with you.
Develop Lifelong Friendships * Earn Money * Gain Valuable Work Experience * Become a Leader * Receive Excellent Training * Be a Mentor * Make a Difference in the Life of a Child * Be Outdoors * Learn to Make Quick & Sound Decisions
The Student Camp Leadership Academy (SCLA) is a weekend retreat that brings together students, camp professionals, national ACA staff and leadership to explore, learn, and understand what the camp professional of the future must be and the leadership opportunities within the ACA structure at the local and National levels to impact the development of youth and others.
Student Camp Leadership Academy - Midwest
November 2-4, 2012
Hosted by Midwest ACA Local Offices: Great Rivers, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, St. Louis & Wisconsin
Camp Henry Horner, Ingleside, IL
$35 program fee plus $100 room and board
- Applicants must submit an application form and include a current resume and a letter of support from a camp professional. Applications may be downloaded at www.acacamps.org/scla or students may use their own word processing program with matching format and spacing.
- Sign the application.
- Obtain academic advisor signature on the application.
- Applications must be received by November 1st:
Mail: ACA Indiana Field Office, Attn: SCLA, PO Box 653, North Webster, IN 46555 .... or email@example.com
Applications must be received by November 1st
Emerging Professionals in Camping (EPIC)
Welcome to the beginning of EPIC National. Formerly known as the Young Professionals, EPIC will seek to:
- Connect: Bring together emerging professionals in camping around the country
- Educate: Provide meaningful learning opportunities for all members
- Coordinate: Create opportunities for EPICs to get involved in ACA and the camp community
- Advocate: Bring to light issues important to the EPIC community