Summer camp is a special time in a young person's life, especially for girls. The YWCA Girls Empowerment Camp provides girls age 10 to 17 with exciting field trips, team building activities, educational workshops, college tours, and ultimately, a fun experience for all who attend!
The Girls Empowerment Summer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, from June 27th to August 5th. Our camp builds self-esteem and new friendships, explores new ideas, develops fresh skills, and empowers girls to dream big. We provide countless activities based on several components: physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, intellectual and social wellness to provide a well rounded experience for the girls.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED! WEEKS 3-6 ARE COMPLETELY FULL TO NEW APPLICANTS.
Ninas pueden assistir desde una semana a seis semanas. No necessitan assistir todo el programa.
Costo $150 por semana
$795 por sessión de seis semanas pagado por completo Plan de 2 pagos tambien esta disponible. Becas tambien estan disponible en basis de necessidad y de la llegada de el formulario. Por favor llene este formulario y envielo a Jomie Liu via firstname.lastname@example.org o a nuestra oficina 50 N Hill Ave. Pasadena, CA 91106.
Our offices on Hill Avenue are our home base for summer camp. Here the girls will have the opportunity to experience creative arts workshops with a variety of guest speakers and instructors, science experiments with visitors from Caltech, financial literacy workshops, martial arts and physical fitness instruction, plus much more. They will also have time to relax, play board games, watch movies and build new friendships in our fantastic new location!
Whether your daughter is interested in going to a 4 year school, a community college, or a trade school, the YWCA Girls Empowerment Summer Camp tries to represent the higher education options available. This year we are confirmed to visit Cal Poly Pomona, Caltech, Le Cordon Bleu, and PCC.
In the interest of widening the girl's experiences, they will take excursions to the diverse entertainment centers in Southern California. From the Los Angeles Zoo to the Getty, to the Santa Monica Pier to Knott's Berry Farm, the girls will be able to have fun and explore.
Huntington Library and Gardens
Our partnership with the Huntington Library and Gardens allows the campers to visit every Friday of summer camp. They get to see how their gardeners create new cuttings, learn about the plants that they grow there, cook from farm to table, and learn about plant science. Their Junior Docent program also allows girls to strengthen their public speaking skills and learn about one of artworks in the Huntington's Collection. After choosing their piece, they make observations on it based on the history of the artwork and their own interpretations and present to their peers and parents at the end of the summer.