2013-2014 Military Teen Adventure Camp
by MSTC
Miltary Student Transition Consultant

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Would you like to spend time whitewater rafting, hiking, rock climbing, winter camping, backpacking, mountain biking, exploring the environment, running ropes courses, or practicing wilderness skills? What if you could do these activities with other military youth just like you?

Military teens (14-18 years old) will have an opportunity to participate in adventure camps scheduled May 2013 through February 2014 for FREE (transportation costs are also covered). These high energy, high adventure, and high experience camps are planned across the United States from Montana to Maine and from Colorado to Georgia as well as states in between. There are even opportunities for military teens in the Pacific Rim. This is the perfect chance for you to experience the outdoors as you never have before!

Each camp offers a unique outdoor experience that will allow you to build your leadership, self-confidence, and teamwork skills while participating in activities like camp cooking and archery. Camps have funding available to assist with transportation costs.

Camps for youth with special needs (mental, physical, and emotional) are also planned in Vermont and New Hampshire. There is something for everyone!

How to Register
If you want to join in the fun check out the list on the next pages. The camps are listed alphabetically by the state in which they are offered. You’ll find camp dates, the number of openings, types of activities offered, and a brief camp description.

Go to the link for the camp of your choice to learn more about that opportunity and that camp’s specific registration information. If you have questions about a particular camp, contact the person listed for each camp opportunity.

Please note that specific camp details, including dates, may change based on conditions and availability.

http://www.extension.purdue.edu/Adventure_camps/campshome.html


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