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“I learned that to be a leader, it’s not about your power, but your ability to empower others.” (7th grader)

Welcome to GLC Summer Camp!

Level 1 welcomes all girls, both new and returning to the GLC experience. This includes our signature elements like the high & low ropes course, Strengths-Explorer tool, group challenges and engaging experiences designed to challenge girls with self-expression, productive risk-taking and practice initiating. This camp week will allow returning girls to present and mentor others, as well as model reflection and initiating in group settings. Girls will enjoy social time swimming in the Brown University pool, interact with guest practitioners in yoga and mindfulness to help quiet the mind. Guest speakers will provide the girls with real-world mentors and role models. Stay tuned for the list of guest presenters for GLC camp 2017 at Moses Brown!

Level 2 is designed for girls who have previous experience, but is also open to new participants. Level 2 will include our signature elements such as the Strengths-Explorer/Strengths-Finder facilitation, high & low ropes course, all new group challenges, swimming at the Brown University pool and our mindfulness programs. In addition, this week will provide girls the opportunity to select from a variety of themes that interest them related to leadership such as: public speaking, design thinking challenges, designing service learning opportunities, and outcome-oriented conflict resolution techniques. Guest presenters will provide the girls with real-world mentors and role models. Stay tuned for the list of guest presenters for GLC camp 2017 at Moses Brown! Registration for this camp can be found HERE.

What girls are saying about GLC camp experiences in their own words:

I’ve always thought leadership was about being the best. But actually I realize that you have to have your ups and downs and you have to fail, so that you can always try again and never give up. (6th grader)

Something I learned that surprised me was that being the leader isn’t just being your class president, or having some sort of title. It’s about helping others out, standing up for you and your friends, showing that you’re trustworthy inspiring and empowering others and so much more. (6th grader)

My view of myself as a leader has changed. I see myself as a stronger leader and more confident and proud of myself and my strengths. Now I will take what I’ve learned and share it with others. (4th grader)

I now know of my talents as a leader, and I will continue to find ways to help others. I see leadership differently now and I know that comes from GLC camp. (8th grader)


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Moses Brown School

Date(s) - 07/17/2017 - 07/21/2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Grades/Age Group
rising 3rd-5th & 6th-8th