Session 1: July 2 – July 8
(for girls in 4th-9th grade)
Session 2: July 23 – July 29
(for girls in 7th-12th grade)
Camp Weloki for Girls offers week long summer camps where kids can learn valueable life lessons, have crazy camp fun, and create memories of a life time. We know the value of girls getting away from technology and just being kids in nature. Which is why Dr. Tim Jordan started this camp. He teaches girls the everyday skills that help them succeed in life.
Like all subjects, emotional intelligence skills takes practice to master and as a child grows the information gets more in-depth. Our great instructing staff. along with Dr. Tim Jordan. help create the safe environment so that everyday girls can learn life skills and understand the world a little better. Our returning campers & parents understand that as life changes the new tools needed are built with the skills they have already learned. Come create memories that last a lifetime at our summer camps.
July 2 – 8
July 23 – 30
SUMMER CAMPS INFO
TUITION & LOCATION
Sessions 1 & 2 are in New Haven, MO, total cost is $1,495.00 and a $500 deposit will hold your camper’s spot.
Once you have registered your daughter for camp, more information will be shared leading up to camp. For the week long camp, drop off is at 4-4:30 PM on the Sunday, and pick up is that following Saturday at 10:45 AM.
Tuition includes all lodging, food, supplies, camp activities and camp program curriculum. There is no need for your child to bring any money to camp. A complete list of items to bring to camp will be sent once your child is registered in a session. Typical items can be found here
8:00-9:00 Breakfast and cleanup
9:00:9:14 Circle up & announcements
9:30-12:30 Course room/sharing time
12:30-1:30 Lunch and clean up/free time
1:30-5:00 Afternoon activities/free time
5:30-6:30 Dinner & Clean up
6:30-7:30 Free Time
7:30-9:00 Evening Activity
After evening activity “Late night activity”
Lights out, time for bed!
We created Camp Weloki so a diverse group of girls could talk about the normal challenges they face growing up. We have “course room time” everyday where through open discussion, roleplaying, and experiential exercises, campers have the opportunity to share, gain support and learn from each other and their counselors.