Camp is for you if want:
- A phenomenal leadership and personal growth experience inclusive of gender identity/expression and sexual orientation.
- Key leadership concepts to becoming a stronger LGBT or ally leader.
- Effective strategies and skill training for grassroots coalition building.
- Access to premiere faculty and national leaders in social justice, human rights and civil rights advocacy.
- Successful campus organizing practices and the chance to explore challenges confronting your campus.
- Helpful resources and innovative tools from national organizations.
- A personal action plan for your campus to become more LGBT-friendly.
- Opportunity to connect and work with peer student leaders from across the country.
- An inclusive approach for celebrating diversity and motivating others.
- An open, safe environment to express yourself.
- Fun, entertainment and lasting relationships.
Early Special Discount $825 until May 29, 2013 includes educational curriculum, all program materials, accommodation for five nights and meals as well as entertainment and activities. Scholarships are now available with priority consideration for applications submitted by April 16, 2013 and rolling thereafter. Have questions or want more information? Email email@example.com.
Dates: Tuesday, July 16 to Sunday, July 21, 2013
Location: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Suggested Camp Supplies
- Casual Clothing
- Tennis Shoes and/or closed toe shoes
- Towels & washcloth
- Shampoo, soap, bathroom supplies, etc.
- Personal Pillow & Blanket/Sleeping Bag (optional)
- Your campus LGBT & ally resources to share with others (approx 80 total, if possible)
- Any prescription medications
The mission of the Campus Pride Summer Leadership Camp is to build leadership capacity among LGBT and ally undergraduate college student leaders and to create safer and more inclusive campus communities in the United States.
Undergraduate LGBT & ally student leaders at colleges and universities across the United States.
Camp learning outcomes
- Identify and describe components of their own identities that give them power and privilege as citizens and leaders in our society.
- Discuss ways in which queer or ally leaders fit into queer contexts and communities working to create positive change.
- Identify key resources and best practices available to create and implement a more inclusive and safe campus
- Apply leadership skills to create change on their home campuses and equip them to be social justice advocates for life (in places of worship, workplace, larger community).
- Identify and work with a network of peer and national leaders.
- Present current and emerging issues impacting queer communities in the United States.