Camp KARATer Enrichment Program
It is almost time! Thank you for registering for Camp KARAter 2021 scheduled for August 2 – 4, 2021 from 10 am – 2 pm, daily. This year’s camp will be held virtually through ZOOM.
We are excited to announce our featured special guest is Asya Branch, Miss USA, 2020. As a part of her summer tour, Asya will join us and share her life story and advocacy work to support children of incarcerated parents.
As a pre-assignment, we are asking student participants to visit her website and Facebook page to learn about her for a Q & A session after her presentation.
Attached is Asya’s bio and below are a few articles you can read about her summer tour:
We also request that parents/guardians please read, complete, and sign the attached Camp Registration Form and email it to email@example.com as soon as possible. A separate form must be completed for each individual youth and signed by both parent/guardian and youth.
The following is the event ZOOM registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUuce6rqDojE9xV77XHXvaqyhE79sWhgzOQ. The link will be used for each day.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at Andrea Rogers Mosley at 334-833-2817.
The registeration is still open. Please invite others. We look forward to seeing you next Monday.
Andrea Rogers Mosley
About the Program
Camp character is education program designed to help teen participants in middle and high school with life through a structured program fostering self esteem, providing role models and influencing positive choices.
The program helps to promote the development of leadership and positive attitudes in youth. Learning and life skills are taught to youth alike, offering them a strong and compelling foundation while providing a character compass to guide them through difficult situations and choices.
The goal is to instill positive character traits in the youths while building constructive minds. It is the foundation of character, self-esteem and leadership that determines the direction youth takes. Their direction begins with a strong parent/child relationship and it builds as schools and community organizations take an active role in children’s character development.
This year the program will also introduce youth to Entrepreneurship. The goal is to teach youth about how to start a business and write a business plan.
Participants will gain a new perspective on life while building character and leadership skills in a nurturing and safe environment. The program empowers participants and points them on the path to become productive citizens.
For more information or to register, please contact:
Gloria Jean Canty-Williams, Executive Director/Founder