Saint Leo University’s Social Justice Summer Camp offers a fun and stimulating experience for rising juniors and seniors to get hands on working with the community partners on projects related to freedom, justice, equality, sustainability, peace, and fairness. Enjoy life in the residence hall during your stay at Saint Leo’s beautiful lakeside, where you will join other campers for meals, movies, and a variety of other evening activities. The camp is taught by faculty with extensive experience in the social work field and with a host of community experts that will lead you through on-site tasks related to human rights, social, economic, and environmental justice.
Saint Leo University’s Social Justice Summer Camp provides students a chance to learn, discuss, and apply their knowledge through the creation of a photo-voice project. Students will spend the week volunteering in various community settings exploring different aspects of social justice.
- Participate in workshops and small group discussions with alumni, current students, and faculty
- Visit important historical and cultural sites and community organizations
- Produce a creative photo-voice project with guidance from Saint Leo faculty
- Receive a certificate to document hours volunteered throughout the week
This camp has been designed for students who have an interest in:
- Thinking deeply about society, history, economy, politics, philosophy, religion and the world
- Undertaking creative inquiries supplemented by photography, video, music, art, poetry and spoken word, theater, and movement
- Developing skills for leadership, research, movement building and organizational development
Find out about all of this and more at Saint Leo University, June 23-29, 2019.
Space is limited and students are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Total cost for the camp is $1350.00 which includes furnished housing, meals, necessary supplies, field trips, evening activities, and souvenirs. A $500 deposit is due at registration.
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER HERE: www.totalcamps.com/socialjustice