Tomorrow's Leaders Camp combines teen camp with personal growth for an invaluable teen camp experience.
May 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Empowering 4 Impact invites youth from throughout North America to explore Tomorrow's Leaders Camp, a week-long summer teen camp focusing on leadership development for youth 12-17. Based at Northern Wisconsin's Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary, Tomorrow's Leaders Camp was designed as an affordable path to helping teens refocus and reconnect in areas like leadership and interpersonal skills—offering an opportunity to practice those skills in a controlled setting.
As both a life coach and parent, Camp Director Tanya Alexander launched the camp to fill a need for today's increasingly distracted teenagers. "Today's teens are busier and more distracted than ever. With electronics coming at them from every direction, it's critical that we don't forget to teach our future leaders the kind of essential life skills that will carry them into the next phase of their life. An investment in our kids is not only an investment their future, but ours too."
This year's camp takes place July 13th through 18th of 2014. Campers will work directly with facilitators Victor Blanco and Sona van der Hoop who are nationally recognized facilitators with more than 30 years of combined leadership experience. Teens will leave with more confidence, elevated communication skills, and an improved awareness of the impact they have on their own futures and the world around them.
The core curriculum of Tomorrow's Leaders Camp offers a similar development experience as those found at larger, nationally recognized programs at roughly half the cost. Alexander adds, "Leaders come from all levels of income and experience. We needed to make this camp as affordable as possible to reach as many future leaders as we could."
The value-packed program cost, available at an introductory rate for early registrants, includes all meals and lodging for the week as well as transportation to and from the Minneapolis/St. Paul airport. Families interested in learning more about Tomorrow's Leaders Camp or taking advantage of early registration rates should visit www.tomorrowsleaderscamp.com or contact Tanya Alexander at Empowering 4 Impact, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 715-296-3037.