Seventh Generation is rising and we honor you. The Woodbine Ecology Center (WEC) native staff and native community are passionate about engaging our most treasured voices, you, native youth. We have put together a fun-filled, engaging program. The Native Youth Leadership Camp is here to teach and reinforce indigenous values concerning identity, leadership, decision-making and conflict resolution for Native American youth between the ages of 14 and 17, that come from a tribal affiliated nation(s) (if you have any questions regarding qualification, feel free to reach out to Tiffany). We will camp together, cook together, and learn together on the land at Woodbine Ecology Center, located in Sedalia, Colorado. Be ready for fun, be ready for skill building, be ready for connecting.
We have listened to community requests and have changed the dates of the Native Youth Leadership Camp to August 7 - August 9, 2017. It'll be the same program, the dates are the only change. We moved the camp out of the cultural ceremonial high season and before the start of school.
You will learn:
- Team building and cooperation
- Native leadership principles and decision-making models
- Place-based knowledge
- Plant Knowledge
- Colorado Native History
- Outdoor skills
- Tribal identity, values, and traditions
Each youth participant will need a signed parental consent form, and a medical information and liability release form, which will be emailed to you after registration.
Do you need a scholarship? Would you like to sponsor a native youth? Questions? Comments? Please contact Tiffany Lovato at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sedalia, CO 80135
|Sliding Scale Camp Fee (minimum $22.00)|