Email I received you maybe interested in?
Good Morning Jeffrey,
The teenage summer camp you wish you’d done.
Remember when you were a teenager, your confusion, questioning and the need to just flee from it all?
You had so many things going on in your life, bullying, friends, girlfriend and boyfriend issues, fitting in, being a rebel, school, church, sports and a messed up family, to name but a few!
We’ll this is what this invitation is all about.
Imagine what you could have achieved if you’d only had the right kind of influences, the ones that really mould us into inspiring and influential leaders.
This is your opportunity to help… gift a young leader in your family (or community) who is at that age, between 14 and 17 years old –
Gift them THE summer camp of a lifetime?
From Dec 17th to 23rd, 2011, the world’s first Senior Green Supercamp takes place on the beautiful island of Bali, attended by children from around the world.
For seven fun, inspirational days, young leaders will learn the world’s best accelerated learning skills while building the values of a Global, Green Citizen. Green Supercamp helps students increase grades while building their confidence, motivation and the drive to break through barriers that can hold them back in life.
Green Supercamp is a new partnership between the world-renowned Green School & Supercamp, the world leader in summer enrichment camps for students.
This past July the first Junior Green Supercamp was run in Bali attracting around 50 kids from all around the world. The change in each and every child was extraordinary and inspirational.
“The feedback from the students who went on the Green Supercamp this last Summer is overwhelmingly positive!
What the Media have to say:
“A new breed of summer camp.” – WALL STREET JOURNAL
“An awakening for students to their academic and social potentials..” – BOSTON GLOBE
“An ecologically balanced seat of learning, where there are no walls and the only light is the natural kind. Nowadays there is such a place: Green School on the island of Bali.” – FINANCIAL TIMES
“These students are the ones who are going to make a difference in this world.” - CNBC
Happy to be green,
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