Keynote Speakers 21 Conference

Niambi Jaha-Echols Recognizing the challenges that girls of African descent face with issues of cultural displacement and positive cultural identification, Niambi Jaha-Echols was inspired in 2002 to write her first book, Project Butterfly: Supporting Young Women and Girls of African Descent Through the Transitions of Life. The book inspired the creation of Project Butterfly New…

CAMP commUNITY…In this Together!

CAMP commUNITY…In this Together 2021 International Diabetes Camping Conference February 28th – March 2nd Tentative Schedule MEDICAL SESSIONS Sunday, February 28       Topic   Faculty (All times Eastern US)                   1.00 – 2:15 PM   Contagious Disease Management at Camp   Lisa Norlander MD, Stephen Ponder…

Administrative Resources 2020

GENERAL ORGANIZATION Why Camp Diabetes Camp Survival Manual Guidelines For Conducting Diabetes Camp Activities In A Less-Resourced Country FUNDRAISING Develpment Dos and Don’ts v.5 Kramshuster & Shaw DECA 2018 Fundraising Gift-in-Kind Acceptance Policy United Way Donor Directed Contribution Agreement Sample Scholarship Sliding Scale 2013 Scholarship Schedule PERSONNEL 7 Things You Need To Know About Volunteer…

ACA Virtual Camp Program Resources – LogIn

Exploring the Concept Virtual Program Platform Pros and Cons Online Tools for Running a Virtual Program Improving the Experience Quality in Online Camp Programming Best Practices for Keeping Your Online/Virtual Programming Safe for Campers What to Evaluate in Virtual or Alternative Programs What COVID-19 Means For Camps and the ASCAP Music License Effective Use of Popular…

ADA Imagine Camp

The American Diabetes Association invites other organizations that operate diabetes camps to partner in the delivery of the ADA Imagine Camp program.  Imagine Camp offers partner camps:   National Speaker Series in partnership with Beyond Type 1 Medical Education Videos, Speaker Series, Challenges and more Leadership/CIT Program Parents Series Siblings Series Daily Social Media Challenges…