Today’s Buzz was written by Carolyn Meyer-Wartels, LCSW-R, a Psychotherapist and Parent Counselor. Find out more about Carolyn here: www.meyerwartels.com
The days are getting longer, the temperatures are soaring, and school days are rapidly coming to an end: Camp is right around the corner! For parents sending their children off to camp for [...]
This interview is with Staci Grodin, the co-founder of the Tick-Borne Disease Alliance. Staci discusses the TBDA’s camp initiative for 2013. The TBDA can be followed on Twitter @tbdaalliance and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TBDAlliance.
1. What is the Tick-Borne Disease Alliance ?
Tick-Borne Disease Alliance (TBDA) is a leading national nonprofit [...]
Mid-May— graduations, barbecues, and… The Packing of the Trunks. Like the Running of the Bulls, the packing of the trunks is an [...]
A counselor at camp recently asked me why he had to stand on the deck of the pool and watch the campers during swim time. He motioned to one of [...]
The Honorable Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, will be recognized for his extraordinary work on behalf of children and families at the Camp Champions event on November 1st, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston.
Camp Champions purpose is to raise money for camperships so New England’s most underserved children can benefit from a quality [...]
Thanks for participating in today’s #CampChat on Twitter hosted by Catalina Island Camps and Momfluential. Today’s topic is preparing for camp. We wanted to share this must read article for parents sending their kids to camp for the first time, written by Karyn Campbell of yahoo.com.
The article covers what to do the [...]
This guest blog was written by Kat Martin, Assistant Director of Camp Kamaji in Cass Lake, Minnesota. Kat shares what she loves about being a camp director, mainly being able to be a part of the development and journey that each camper experiences at camp and the impact camp has on each child’s life. [...]
Recently we sat down with Jack Kaminer, Executive Director of Focus for a Future. Since 2003, Focus for a Future helps young people from underprivileged areas learn the importance of focusing on academics, athletics, interpersonal relationships and the making positive choices in life.
What is Focus for A Future?
Focus For a Future is a non-profit [...]
This is a guest blog by Stacy Schwartz. Stacy is a nutritional health coach in Boston, Massachusetts. Learn more about Stacy at: www.Stacyschwartzhealthcoach.com
So now that it’s almost May, many people are starting to get their kids ready for summer camp. I don’t know about you, but my daughter’s extra bed is slowly starting to [...]
Recently, I sat down with Peter Ross the Co-Founder of 829 Studios in Boston. Peter along with Co-Founder with Nick Riotto run a full-service digital development, marketing, and business consulting company that has worked with many summer camps.
1) How did you get involved in the camp biz?
We got our start in the camp [...]
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