June 26 - July 2, 2016
Contact Info: 888-508-7822 • firstname.lastname@example.org
From the highly successful Ferrum College Summer Enrichment Camp’s (FCSEC) Ferrum Challenge Class, Ferrum College Adventure Camp (Ferrum Adventure), offers students a unique opportunity to learn more about themselves.
Through dynamic experiences in the natural world, this program is designed to strengthen self-confidence, leadership, teamwork and wilderness skills.
Additionally, the program focuses on the importance of service to the community while promoting a healthy relationship with the natural world.
Activities to include: Low and High Ropes Course, Hiking, Indoor Rock Climbing at River Rock, Exploring a Wild Cave, Two Days of Kayaking with an Overnight Campout on the James River plus a Community Service Component to help improve the resources that we use for recreating. Camping equipment is provided if necessary (sleeping bags, sleeping pads, etc.), or you may bring your own equipment from the Ferrum Adventure Camp packing list which will be sent with your acceptance packet. Campers will spend time on campus and travel to off campus sites in the region throughout the week. All activities are conducted in a safe, fun and challenging environment.
Ferrum Adventure Camp is open to students currently enrolled in grades eight and nine, (rising ninth and tenth graders). Maximum enrollment each week will be limited to 12 participants, to maximize the adventure experience and promote strong and lasting friendships. Ferrum Adventure Camp will be held June 26 - July 2, 2016.
The Philosophy: Ferrum Adventure Camp believes that a healthy selfconcept in relationship to the natural world is essential for fully developing one’s talents and skills. The daily program is balanced with activities designed to promote personal growth, team-building and an appreciation of individual differences and abilities. The camp motto is reinforced daily in a variety of ways as campers are encouraged to approach new learning situations with a “WE-CAN-DO-IT” attitude.
Campus Life:Located 35 miles southwest of Roanoke, Virginia, Ferrum College provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere with the conveniences and security of a small campus. Residence halls, classrooms, dining hall, and recreational facilities are located within easy walking distance. Campus security is maintained by Campus Police Officers. Specially selected camp counselors are assigned to each group of campers and provide supervision at all times. Campers and staff are housed in airconditioned residence halls; males and females are located on separate floors. Learn more at the Ferrum College website.
Eligibility: Students applying to Ferrum Adventure Camp should meet the following criteria:
Camp Management: Ferrum Adventure Camp is co-directed by Chip Phillips, Director of Summer Programs at Ferrum College, and Aaron Conover, Director of Ferrum Outdoors at Ferrum College. Aaron has a degree in Outdoor Recreation from Ferrum and a Masters in Recreation, Sport and Tourism from the University of Illinois plus an extensive background in wilderness leadership. He has held positions of an Assistant Camp Director in Oregon, Program Director and Adventure Guide in Colorado, Recreation Manager for Franklin County Parks and Recreation and Outdoor Programmer for the City of Roanoke Park and Recreation. If you have any questions about Ferrum Adventure Camp, please call Chip during the day at (888) 508-7822, or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Fees & Registration: The fee of $795.00 includes room and board,
supplies, and Ferrum Adventure Camp
T-shirt. A $300.00 deposit must accompany the registration form. The
remainder of $495.00 is to be paid
by June 1, 2016. In the event Ferrum
Adventure Camp is full, your check will
be returned. In case of cancellation,
$150.00 of the deposit will be refunded
if requested before May 26, 2016. Send
check or money order payable to Ferrum
College. A letter of confirmation, map,
medical form and packing list will be
sent upon acceptance.
Ferrum College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran status, sex or handicap in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.