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Summer camp is a time for childhood joy and connection.
Why just offer a summer camp when you can offer a more comprehensive summer enrichment program?
Summer camp is typically recreation-based while summer enrichment stimulates holistically: mind, body, and spirit. This is the way to go for our girls!
Unleash the power of sisterhood and self-discovery with Sisterhood Agenda’s SisterCamp Summer Enrichment Program.
With our specialized girl power activities, SisterCamp positively enhances the way our girls grow up and navigate the world, empowered with self-esteem, wisdom, and health.
Sisterhood Agenda is implementing SisterCamp in the Baltimore metropolitan area for the first time: click here to register.
SisterCamp offers an exciting summer experience for every girl, meeting Monday-Friday, July 3-28, 2023 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at Garrison Forest School in Owings Mills. There is no session on July 4th due to the federal holiday.
Not in the Baltimore metropolitan area? No problem! You can implement SisterCamp in your community too. Simply purchase our complete activity guide, 345 Activities of SisterCamp Summer Enrichment Program for Girls. Sisterhood Agenda’s evidence-based educational resources can make a big difference in your engagement and community impact.
Teaching and mentoring are both fundamental for modeling healthy and appropriate behaviors. In addition to trained and experienced teachers, we also have trained and experienced youth workers to mentor younger girls.
Teachers and mentors demonstrate the power to connect and transform.
Exposure to nature is a priority for holistic health and healing. Like Sisterhood Agenda’s PARKS Holistic Housing Project, SisterCamp uses the power of green spaces to promote health and emotional well-being, especially youth mental health.
Garrison Forest School is (aptly) named after a forest with lots of trees, a pond, and outdoor meeting areas, in addition to its modern interior educational spaces.
In the 345 Activities of SisterCamp Summer Enrichment Program for Girls, you will find hundreds of sisterhood activities that will inspire your girls to support, respect, and be there for each other instead of fighting and seeing each other as competition or enemies. The concept of sisterhood and how to be a sister will carry them through life.
Unconditional self-love and self-acceptance is the key to self-esteem. Sisterhood Agenda knows how to bring it to our girls to create a healthy foundation of self-worth for success.
This is where Sisterhood Agenda shines and your girls will too.
Phrased in the present, these important “I” statements can do wonders to elevate mood, promote positive self-image, and encourage manifestation. It’s never too early to learn how to use affirmations!
We are all on our journeys to learn more. Important life skills for girls include critical thinking, healthy use of social media, health and hygiene, budgeting, public presentation, and more. These needed life skills will give them a headstart to adulting. It’s so necessary… We’ve got it covered!
Empowered girls go places! So, of course, we are going to experience new things together. This gives us all a chance to bond in sisterhood and also explore the many educational, cultural, and fun resources around us as a group.
Arts & crafts
Boosting creativity and spatial brain activity is stimulating and enjoyable. It is a way to work with your hands individually and create a unique masterpiece, plus create opportunities to work together. With a wide range of art-inspired activities and materials, you never know what a SisterCamp participant might create!
Sisterhood Agenda encourages all positive forms of self-expression. The next great actress is waiting to be discovered and we just might find one, or two, or more in our SisterCamp Summer Enrichment Program.
Acting is a unique form of self-expression.
Along with public presentation skills, theater activities can help girls write and memorize scripts, find their own voice, and be heard.
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