Monday mornings are reserved for rising 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders. The museum will provide a snack during each camp. The cost for each program is $15 per student per Monday or $50 for all four programs. Each Monday is limited to 25 participants. The final program will feature foods of Native Americans. Students will learn about foods native to the Americas and help in preparing Native American dishes. Participants will then sample each food.
When students discover their own self-worth and approach life prepared to lead and achieve, the opportunities are endless. The Leadership Summit course teaches students to take responsibility, express themselves, and handle problems and decisions when they arise.
Through the Teen Leadership curriculum, students will: Develop a healthy self-concept, healthy relationships, and a sense of personal responsibility Understand emotional intelligence and the skills it measures, including self-awareness, self-control, self-motivation, and social skills Build skills in public speaking and communication as well as an understanding of personal image Develop an understanding of principle-based decision-making and learn to make responsible personal and financial decisions Recognize and resist peer pressure Learn to become better family members and citizens Appreciate the need for vision in goal-setting, personally, and professionally Prepares students for success in all that they pursue
Cost: $198 (limited scholarships are available)
Teens from any school or any location are welcome. Each summit is tailored appropriately for each age group.
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