Public Speaking and Leadership made Fun… Yes, FUN! Through interactive games, challenges, and activities “Survivor style”, team tribes will engage their inner selves and bring out creativity and confidence they never knew they had.
After a fun and empowering summer with over 150 campers…
Public Speaking and Leadership Camp IS NOW CLOSED
Add your child to our preregistration list for Summer Camps 2018 and you’ll receive advanced notice BEFORE registration opens in the spring. Contact us!
Develop leadership skills
Play through improvisation
Team build and lead others
Deliver an effective speech
Summer emPOWER Camp 2018
Public Speaking and Leadership
Level 1 Ages 6-12
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A camp requested by our emPOWER graduates for graduates…
ADVANCED emPOWER Camp Level 2
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Ages 9-14* (*Prerequisite for ages 9-12: emPOWER Camp level 1)
Campers will have fun learning public speaking techniques, improvisation and performing skits. They will learn valuable skills that will teach them ways to be a leader in their community. The camp will culminate with a celebration and presentation for family and friends. Check out one of our 2nd grade camper’s compelling speech below.
Public speaking has been rated the worst fear in adults. Why? Because most adults never had the chance to learn the skills and build their confidence when they were young. Prepare your elementary-age child now for junior high, high school and beyond. Effective leadership and communication are the #1 skills for success in life.
Camper to coach ratio is 4:1! We believe in individually supporting each camper’s growth.
“It pushed my daughter out of her usual experience in a supportive environment. As the week continued she became more confident and improved.” – Parent
“Very helpful for kids’ development. A great mix of fun and education!” – Parent
“Public speaking is very important for our kids’ future, and this camp is right on it!” – Parent
“Detailed attention to each child. Great coach to child ratio.” – Parent
“My mom signed me up and I didn’t want to go, but then it was cool. It was fun to write a speech too! I will use what I learned anytime I need to talk in front of a large group.” -4th grade camper
“I give it a 5 because the challenges were awesome! I loved it and want to do it again. I learned how to help my friends too.” -5th grade camper
“It is awesome, fun, and builds character and confidence. I will use what I learned to help others.” -6th grade camper
Check out this student using the techniques she learned to capture an audience.