2019 Youth Camp

Evolved from previous years, the goal of the 2019 IndigenEYEZ Leadership Training Camp is to support our emerging leaders, ages 15 to 30, to become healthy & impactful change makers, activists and ambassadors for our land and water.

 

This 7-day on the land training camp is for Indigenous youth and mentors who want to strengthen your skills in delivering your own workshops on climate change, water stewardship, and land advocacy in your own community.

The location of our 2019 youth camp will be in BC’s South Okanagan, just outside of Hedley BC, from July 14-21st.

Seats are limited! Don’t miss out on this life-changing experience!

Our camps provide a learning experience that brings creativity and the arts together with culture and on-the-land activities. Our facilitators are trained to create a safe and welcoming space for all participants. Building a strong sense of community is central to our program – participants leave with new friends and mentors who can support them as they grow in their environmental leadership, and cultural & community building work.

Each day, choose from exciting arts and nature-based workshops led by our staff of inspiring artists, musicians, naturalists and change makers.

Our small youth-to-staff ratio allows us to provide a safe environment where mentorship relationships can thrive. At every camp, we strives to bring together a truly diverse group of youth and staff, and aim for diversity of all kinds: gender, age, LGBTQ2S, cultural, life experience and backgrounds.

 

 

In this gorgeous natural settings you’ll fill your days with fun, friendship, and discovery. Introverts and extroverts are equally welcome!

  • Have fun together
  • Make new friends
  • Connect deeply with each other
  • Explore indigenous world views and support positive identity
  • Learn skills like collaboration, goal setting, conflict resolution and reflections
  • Find your voice, engage in constructive self expression
  • Develop a greater sense of purpose
  • Become a leader in your community
  • Initiate an awareness, curiosity, and respect for nature

 

 


Dates: July 14th – 21st, 2019
Location: Teepee camping on the Similkameen River (near Hedley BC)
Eligibility: Indigenous youth ages 15-30

Fine Print:  There are limited seats for this camp!
With your application you will be asked
to answer a few extra questions:
1. Why are you interested in coming to camp? 
2. What do you hope to bring back to your community?

 

Register Online

 

Seats are limited!

For more information please contact administrator
Anni Phillips at Inspire@IndigenEYEZ.com

 
 

WE BELIEVE . . .

The wellbeing of one is connected to the wellbeing of all.
Nurturing our relationship to land nurtures our whole self.
Everyone is valuable.
Creativity is a way to express our ancestral gifts.
In honouring our cultures from a living and evolving place.

 

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