Get Involved/Gap Camp
Gap Camp (Class of 2016)
Sunday, June 19th - Friday, June 24th
Green Lake, WI
GAP CAMP IS: A Transition from High School to College.
Most high school gradutes experience a mixture of excitement and terror when preparing for college, the armed services, the work force, a gap year, or whatever else comes next. Gap Camp paints a straight forward and honest picture of what each of these options look like for students through a variety of activities, guest speakers and adventures.
Goals of Gap Camp include preparing students for success through communication, time management, volunteerism, team building, and self-reflection activities.
Participants have gained better perspective around independent living, choices with their time, diversity, and opinions as well as personal leadership skills.
GAP CAMP IS: The Best Path to STLF Leadership Positions
Every year, STLF has close to 1,000 Leadership positions available from on Bus Core, Chapter Core, Regional Core, Camp Crew, Camp Directors, and Staff positions. If you're interested in getting more involved Gap Camp is the way to learn more. We go over topics including:
- Leading/Planning Pay It Forward Tours
- Starting an STLF College Chapter at your campus
- Taking on STLF's most prestigious leadership roles
Cost and Financial Aid.
Includes all housing, meals, t-shirt leadership programming and a life changing leadership opportunity you'll never forget!
NOTE: This does not include transporation to/from camp in Ripon, WI
THERE IS A $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
CANCELATION WITHIN 48 HOURS OF THE CAMP WILL RESULT IN NO REFUND
STLF is committed to increasing access to its programs to all students, regardless of their background or ability to pay, so we do offer students an opportunity to apply for need-based financial aid. CLICK HERE to fill out an financial aid application.
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My Story - Ayoola "Ay" Okuribido
STLF shaped Ay's college experience and prepared him future leadership skills