The Yes Leadership Camp

More information and a brochure are available at the Rossland branch of the Nelson and District Credit Union.

The YES leadership camp is a summer camp that provides week long leadership retreats for youth from all over British Columbia.

More information and a brochure are available at the Rossland branch of the Nelson and District Credit Union.

Skills training is offered for 14-18 year-olds in the areas of self-awareness, co-operation, communication, global awareness, environmental sustainability and leadership.

Participants take part in the creation of a strong community of support, respect and growth in the summer camp.  Not only is there a chance to learn and grow, it’s also tons of fun!

From canoeing and hiking, to arts and crafts, we have many options for fun activities each day.

The YES is a summer camp experience in BC that will last a life-time.

More info @ www.theyes.ca

 

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