eBooks and Guides

Creating More Inclusivity at Camp

For some, they might describe camp as being the opposite of home; they might describe having to code switch–or be a different version of themselves–when they’re at camp, that camp definitely isn’t on their list of favorite places in the world. That certainly isn’t the intention of camp directors, but it’s certainly a reality for many individuals who attend camp. And that needs to change. So where to start?

Fill out the form to the right to discover four ways you can further inclusion at your camp this offseason to better prepare for the summer by The Summer Camp Society Co-Founder Sarah Kurtz McKinnon. 👉

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eBooks and Guides

Creating More Inclusivity at Camp

Discover ways in which you can make camp inclusive for all.

For some, they might describe camp as being the opposite of home; they might describe having to code switch–or be a different version of themselves–when they’re at camp, that camp definitely isn’t on their list of favorite places in the world. That certainly isn’t the intention of camp directors, but it’s certainly a reality for many individuals who attend camp. And that needs to change. So where to start?

Fill out the form to the right to discover four ways you can further inclusion at your camp this offseason to better prepare for the summer by The Summer Camp Society Co-Founder Sarah Kurtz McKinnon. 👉

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