Palos Heights, IL, April 5, 2017–foreverU, a non-profit organization aimed at reducing bullying, division, and student suffering, is launching a summer empowerment camp for high school students. From July 17-20, students will grow as individuals and learn more about how they can impact those around them.
The camp, set on the Trinity Christian College campus, will focus on three core areas of growth: You, Your Story, and Your Impact. Students will learn more about themselves and their role in dealing with and combatting issues such as bullying, isolation, and other forms of student suffering.
foreverU director Ryan Hesslau is excited to encourage the next generation:
“It is time to rise together as the younger generation and show this world what we are made of.” -Ryan Hesslau
There will be a plethora of fun, classic camp activities for students as they build relationships and meet other students seeking to make a difference. Daily sessions, guest speakers, and break out groups will provide students with opportunities to learn and have meaningful conversations. The camp is open to all students entering high school in the fall of 2017 through 2017 seniors. Registration begins April 1.
Learn more and get registered HERE!
Written By: Becca Loenen | Writing Intern