Project Wayfinder – High School

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Grade: 9-12Location: Virtual Bi-Monthly MeetingsDate(s): October- JuneTime: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm, every other TuesdayCost: $200Register Now for Project Wayfinder – High School

Calling all high school teens! Join Camp Fire for Project Wayfinder!

Project Wayfinder imagines a world where youth education is designed for all students to develop lives of meaning and purpose.

Wayfinder Benefits

Twice a Month Virtual Meetings

Every other Tuesday over the course of the school year, Camp Fire staff will lead a virtual meeting on the Zoom platform. The meeting time will allow teens to build community by connecting with their peers in a structured and safe environment. The Project Wayfinder Curriculum is designed to foster meaning connections and guide the participants to navigate life with purpose. The Wayfinder Curriculum was developed at Stanford d. School’s K-12 Lab!

Why Purpose Matters

When teens feel purposeful, it has been shown to facilitate identity formation, increase positive attitudes towards diversity, reduce antisocial behavior and bullying, decrease engagement in risky behaviors, and increase academic engagement. Furthermore, interventions to promote purposeful behavior have been found to lead to significant increases in grade point averages.

Who Can Participate?

All teens entering 9-12th grade in the fall of 2020 are eligible to register, regardless of past or current participation in any Camp Fire or Camp Sealth Teen Leadership program. Teens who have never participated in a Camp Fire program are especially welcome to join us!

Financial Aid & Discounts

As with all Camp Fire programs, financial aid is available. We understand that this is a challenging time for families and do not want your participation to be limited by a financial circumstance. Please contact Alex at alexk@campfireseattle.org to request financial aid for this program.

Questions?

Contact Alex Kirschner, Community Programs Manager, with questions at alexk@campfireseattle.org or (206) 826-8919.