17 April, 2021

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What is Building Bridges Camp?
Building Bridges Camp (Online) is a unique three-day retreat that helps empower students to make more inclusive and just communities. Building Bridges promotes self-respect, mutual respect, valuing differences, and working for justice. Students participate in interactive activities and dialogue sessions intended to increase their understanding of diversity and of their personal responsibility in creating an inclusive school and community.

Who can apply?
Students who are in the 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade may apply. Students should be capable of participating in online activities and dialogue, and be on Zoom for the whole program.

Why should students attend?
Students will have an unforgettable learning experience, make new friends all while learning how to be a stronger leader in social justice and share your thoughts with the world around you. Students will learn about mutual respect for others and how to take personal responsibility for their actions and how those actions affect their lives, their schools and communities they live in. Students will participate in activities that focus on team building, communication, stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, leadership, and how to make a positive impact.

Cost: **FREE** (but donations are welcomed and appreciated)

How to apply: Please complete the Building Bridges Camp Application & Information Packet, AND complete the online form here: http://bit.ly/BBCAMP2021

Space is limited; apply today!

Contact Sarah Rana with any questions at srana@cacej.org.

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