This summer, the Civil Liberties Defense Center is hosting the second annual action camp for young people ages 14-18 to gain knowledge and skills to organize for climate justice! The camp will include a youth led public “event” focused on a climate justice campaign!
The camp will be from July 12th-19th, 2016! The Location will be at the Apserkaha Park at Howard Prairie Lake Central Point, Oregon.
The Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp (NGCJAC) is a seven day action camp to empower youth around the state of Oregon and northern California by providing age-appropriate training and mentoring. The workshops, trainings, and activities will provide a group of approximately 50 young activists between the ages of 14 and 18 with the tools and underlying information that they need in order to properly engage in systemic climate justice organizing with a cross-movement emphasis. Teens will come together to form alliances, learn from experienced mentors and frontline organizers, and gain skills in a dedicated setting.
The full cost to run the camp is over $300 per camper. Registration is only $150 and over 90% of previous atteendees recieved financial assistance from one of our scholarships. Donations help us to provide full and partial scholarships to even more teens.
Your donation will make a big impact in allowing more teens to attend the camp!