Seven Ways to Help Your Teen this Summer

Children, Community Programs, Conservation, Summer Nature Experience

For: Teens in grades 8-11 (as of September)
When: Session One – July 11th – July 29, Session Two – August 1 – August 12
Where: Session One – Post Morrow Foundation property, Session Two – CEED and Mama Farm

Seven ways CEED’s Leadership and Conservation Program helps your teen:

  1. Outdoors activity is good for body and soul.
  2. Learn leadership skills to use throughout life.
  3. Develop social skills with adults, peers, younger children … in a setting different from school.
  4. Learn how to investigate and think about new things.
  5. Develop lifelong sense of wonder about the natural world.
  6. Gain a sense of accomplishment and mastery.
  7. Experience team building and team spirit … make new friends!

The Summer Leadership and Conservation Program helps develop future leaders and conservationists. Teens in this program will not only go out in the field to do real science, but they will also bring their knowledge back to share with younger children.

Make this a summer of emotional, intellectual, and social growth — outdoors — for your child. Enroll in CEED’s Leadership and Conservation Program.

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