Twin Cities Legacy Camp Next in Regional Series

A Natural Leaders Regional Legacy Camp is coming to a location near you. From the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Seattle and the Pacific Coast, the Midwest and Washington D.C., Regional Legacy Camps are covering the greater United States.

Regional Legacy Camps are designed to further knowledge and skills in community organizing, leadership, personal narrative and action planning to empower change. By adopting a regional approach, Legacy Camps activate local partners, address local and regional needs, and grow the national network of diverse young leaders. Learn more about the Regional Legacy Camp experience.

Twin Cities is the fourth regional camp – and the second of 2017. The Twin Cities area was strategically selected due to its existing momentum for reconnecting kids to nature including being a Cities Connecting Children to Nature partner. Learn more about the Regional Legacy Camp experience.

The camp will take place from June 9th-12th at the YMCA Camp Icaghowan in Amery, WI. Transportation will be provided from the Twin Cities metropolitan area to Camp Icaghowan. There is no cost to attend camp. The Natural Leaders Network and our sponsors will cover the costs of the training, room and board.

Action-oriented individuals between the ages of 16 and 22 (age range is flexible) who currently reside in the Twin Cities area, and are interested in attending the 4-day/3-night Twin Cities Regional Legacy Camp are invited to apply.

Please apply via our online application. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until spots are filled.

The Twin Cities Regional Legacy Camp is made possible thanks to support from REI, U.S. Bank. Collaborating partners include but are not limited to the City of Saint Paul, Neighborhood House, Right Track, Urban Roots, U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Young Mentors Group at the Sun Ray Library.

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