Overview: Summer Youth Leadership & Advocacy Camp

The Awesome Activist Leadership Camp is a fun way for pre-teens and teens, rising 6th graders to rising 11th graders, to become community-engaged leaders making a difference in their community through targeted leadership training and service learning projects.

Each Camper will need:

  • A sack lunch and water bottle
  • To wear camp shirt daily
  • To bring Swimsuit and towel

A guided journey into the heart of leadership.

Under the guidance of Community professionals, University of Texas and Huston Tillotson students, participants will explore and implement advocacy strategies to promote public awareness and policy reform.

Participants will also engage in Servant Leadership by participating in service learning projects in the community.

Rising 12th graders and above are encouraged to volunteer in leadership roles as camp counselors

Program Name:

Youth Leadership & Advocacy Camp


June 18th-22nd 2018


Camp runs from 8:00am – 5:00pm (Central Standard Time)

Questions: info@breakthepipeline.org

Our Challenge is to use this opportunity to take a closer look at how we can work together to make a positive impact in the lives of children.
Dr. Courtney Robinson

Camp Location

Huston-Tillotson University
900 Chicon
Austin, TX 78712

Shuttle Pick-up is available for North Austin Area Campers. Shuttle departs at 7:30am and returns at 5:30pm
Pick-up Location:
Connelly High School
13212 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753

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2018 Awesome Activist Leadership Camp

Camper Registration

Terms and Conditions

My child has my permission to fully participate in the Awesome Activist Leadership Camp activities. I, as parent/legal guardian, do hereby grant the AALC staff and designated adults the right to authorize emergency medical treatment for my child in the event that I or my designated representative cannot be reached. I agree to hold harmless Awesome Activist Leadership and its agents from liability resulting from an accident.
I hereby grant permission for staff to take whatever steps may be necessary to obtain emergency treatment for my child. These steps may include, but are not limited to, the following:
1. In a life-threatening emergency or urgent situation, staff will call 911 before making any attempt to contact parents.
2. For a non-life-threatening emergency, we will attempt to call the parent/guardian first, and if we cannot reach them, we will attempt to contact the Emergency contacts listed on the Emergency Information form. If we cannot make an appropriate contact, we will call the child's health care provider or emergency assistance.
I understand that AALC and staff will not be responsible for anything that may happen as a result of false information provided by parents/guardians, or as a result of the parent/guardian’s failure to provide information at the time of enrollment. I understand that staff will not administer medication without specific written & signed instruction from the health care provider and/or the child's parent/ guardian.
Enrollment for your child in AALC Summer Camp Program constitutes your agreement to this waiver.
I understand that all Emergency Information on the Emergency Form must be completed before my child may attend camp.
I have read and understand all policy and procedural information, including discipline, health, payment, and cancellation policies.



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