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For real life experiences from real people, check out our participants blogs and Humans of Camp America stories...
If you’re reading this blog post, I believe I’ll put you into the following categories;
You worked at a summer camp..
You want to work at a summer camp..
You’re my mum.
If you don’t fall into one, I’ll bet you one friendship bracelet and a whole pack of double stuffed Oreos that you’ll slide nicely into number 2 once this blog post is over.
Tash gained so many life skills at camp that helped her towards her future career. Check out her story...
At 16 I was a grade A student. I had enjoyed high school but then I started to lose interest. My school announced it was closing in the next few years, so all the teachers started to leave. I had no idea what I wanted to study in sixth form. So, after a year and much to horror of my teachers and family, I left and went to work instead.
Andrew (second right) went to Camp Laurelwood in 2000 with his friend Steve (first left) and had the experience of a lifetime!
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