Native American Leadership Camp
July 7-11, 2019
Chewelah Peak Learning Center
Registration Form

Create Positive Change

At Native American Leadership Camp, students participate in a curriculum that is culturally responsive and recognized nationally as a model of excellence. Through an interactive camp experience, students learn and practice essential skills such as teambuilding, communication, creative thinking and resiliency. The Native American Leadership Camp staff is composed of teachers, counselors, administrators, professionals and college-age role models dedicated to serving Native American youth.

Five reasons to attend Native American Leadership Camp

  • Learn leadership and life skills from elders

  • Discover and apply your voice

  • Embrace your pride and uniqueness

  • Connect with Nature

  • Bridge the gap between tribes

Camp Videos from 2018

Take a look at what happens at Native American Leadership camp.

Directors

Learn more about the curriculum and camp by contacting the camp directors

  • Ben Charles, Crazy Faith Ministries, 360.915.3091,
    bcharles777@gmail.com

  • Kristeen Johnson, Assistant Principal, Centralia High School, 360.330.7605, kjohnson@centralia.wednet.edu

Location

View the beautifully wooded Chewelah Peak Learning Center (one hour north of Spokane)

Registration

For principals/advisers/tribal leaders…

Register a student delegation today, find the students tomorrow!

Registration in three easy steps

1. Secure your student spots by completing the

  • School/Sponsoring Agency Reservation Form

2. Confirm your student slots by having each delegate complete a

  • Delegate Registration/Medical Form

3. Drive your students to camp on July 7 or take them to the designated charter bus pick up points

Details
Schools/tribes are allowed up to 6 students

Delegate Registration/Medical Forms are due June 10 to confirm student spots

Same gender substitutions can be made after June 10 with no fees

Questions? Contact Joe Fenbert, joef@awsp.org 360-497-5323

Registration Form