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Camp CEO for Teen Girls
June 21, 2017 @ 9:00 am - June 24, 2017 @ 4:00 pm$300
Looking for a unique older girl experience? Girls age 14-17* can join us at During Camp CEO for Teen Girls, held at Camp Laurel overnight, girls will be assigned a CEO buddy who will join them as they discover how to transform their passions and dreams into the successful women they wish to be! Girls will connect with successful women leaders and learn about their life lessons and journeys while participating in interactive workshops and activities. Other activities include swimming, hiking, boating, outdoor skills, and archery.
Camp CEO where the fun of camp combines with creating your own vision as a future woman leader. Through innovative and interactive workshops and activities, you’ll discover how your dreams, passions, and skills can transform you into the successful woman you want to be. You’ll connect with a group of highly successful women leaders who will share their life lessons and personal leadership journeys, serving as mentors to help you envision and prepare for the possibilities ahead. You will be assigned to your own CEO buddy who will collaborate with you during this journey while enjoying all the fun activities that Camp Laurel has to offer– horseback riding, boating,swimming, crafts, and cooking.(*Girls who are 18 and still in high school are also welcome).
This year’s Camp CEO program will take place from June 21-24. The fee is $300. Use this form to register.
Financial Assistance – Camperships are available on a limited basis. Click here for the application. The $20 deposit is required to process the camp registration; however, if your camper is not granted financial assistance, the deposit will be refunded. If you have questions about the deposit fee, please call the Registration Department at (800) 922-2770.
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