Camp Challenge Leadership Development Program
Co-ed, Entering Grades 6-12
Providing leadership instruction and opportunities that build a solid foundation for your camper’s future, the Camp Challenge: Leadership Development Program (LDP) is ideal for middle school and high school students beginning to explore their leadership potential. Specifically dedicated to teens who are interested in developing new or enhancing existing leadership skills but not interested in earning JROTC credit, this camp presents formal leadership training through classroom instruction, community service, and hands-on experiential learning opportunities.
Camp Challenge: LDP team members will attain invaluable life skills while taking part in group lessons, recreation activities, and experiential team challenges promoting development of self-confidence, accountability, discipline, respect, and other traits that set the foundations of success.
Dedicated participants complete approximately 120 hours of leadership training. Below is a general outline of subject matter and activities your camper can expect from Camp Challenge: LDP this summer:
- Being a Leader of Peers
- Community Service
- Study Skills and Strategies
- Avoiding and Resolving Conflict
- Physical Training
- Team Building Challenges