YEA Camp: A Social Justice Leadership Camp for Teen Activists





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Published on Mar 27, 2017

Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp is a summer camp for social change. Since 2009, YEA Camp has been training hundreds of teens from across the country to make a difference on causes they care about, from animal rights to human rights, the environment, and more.

During our week-long overnight camps on the east and west coasts, campers learn more about the problems and solutions in our world, develop skills to make a difference, find their voice and strengthen their self-confidence, and meet other like-minded peers and mentors who care as much as they do and want to cheer them on.

After attending YEA Camp, campers have gone on to do countless inspiring things to make a difference in their schools and community, from starting school environmental clubs, being active in a Gay Straight Alliance, speaking out against racism, going vegetarian or vegan, tabling or leafleting for a cause, fundraising for an organization they care about, getting involved with politics, and so much more.

To find out more about YEA Camp, go to www.yeacamp.org.


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