STAMP Camp In The City
Do you want to deepen your understanding of leadership and work directly with different community leaders and organizations? Come travel throughout Denver and meet the people who are creating change in their backyards!
STAMP In The City - | August 3rd - 9th
This Camp is for students entering 10th - 12th grade in the fall, who want to become more involved in their community and make a bigger difference in the world. If you are someone who wants to deepen their own thinking in regard to, anti-racism, sparking change, and responding in effective ways then this camp is for you. Campers will meet with Denver community leaders ranging from government officials, community organizations, and local artists. Throughout the camp, campers will build community with each other through hands-on learning activities, art projects, fun games and team building. This camp is for those who want to dive into more of the social justice world in a hands-on way.
Campers will meet with local Denver community leaders, build community with fellow campers through Mini-Golf, Art Projects, other fun activities, and strengthen their skills in public-speaking/civil engagement, through listening and problem-solving.
*Hey 10th graders, consider participating in STAMP Camp Rising before this camp.
- Learning While Doing & Being in Community
- Leadership & Team Building
- Community Engagement &
- In Depth Leadership Training
- Critical Education about Social Justice
- Food Justice, Environmental Justice, Racial Justice
- Opportunities to meet and talk with Community Leaders!
- Meals, snacks, and admission to any activities
- Meeting new people and developing lasting relationships
- Learning to make a difference!
Refunds & Total Cost?
Refunds on a case by case basis. The total cost of camp is due when registering for camp.
Is there any financial support offered for the camp cost?
Financial support is available, please contact us at email@example.com for ticket code.
Where will we be throughout the camp?
We will move around the Denver Metro Area throughout the camp, meeting & working with different community organizations, visiting cultural centers, and exploring different parts of the city through hands-on learning. Every day will start and end at the CIRCLE Office.
What is the COVID-19 vaccination requirement?
All campers & staff are required to be COVID-19 vaccinated in order to participant.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
STAMP Camp in the City is for high school students10th - 12th grade!
What can I bring into the event?
We will send a short list prior to camp. We always suggest bringing a water bottle, light jacket, face mask; and to wear comfortable clothing & shoes.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the camp?
Transportation to and from ‘homebase’ (the CIRCLE Office) is up to camper. There is free parking where the CIRCLE Office is located. All transportation will be provided once at CIRCLE.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org