Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Introduction District 5300 Goals for Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) TLC Participation Process Publicizing TLC Application Location – Thousand Pines Camp District 5300 Goals for Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Developing an understanding of Rotary among youth participants Utilizing Rotarians as role models Recognition of participant’s efforts, accomplishments, skills, and potential as a leader Develop leadership skills of youth participants Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Participation Process April 20, 2014- Obtain information at the District Assembly. May 1, 2014- Get Board approval for participation. May 29, 2014– Submit TLC 2013 Club Application Form to TLC Participant Coordinator. July 1, 2014– Send a check to District for the $300 x the number of students you want to send to TLC. September 1, 2014– Distribute the Parental Consent for Participation & Medical Treatment to the Schools for the students to complete. September 19, 2014- Get the applications in from the school. Start the interview process with each student, alternates too. Alternates must be submitted at the same time to be accepted. September 29, 2014– Send Parental Consent for Participation & Medical Treatment to the Registrar. Please send the alternates application in at the same time. October 10, 2014– Hold orientation meeting with Students and their Parents. October 20-24, 2014– Students attend a weekly Rotary Club meeting. October 31 – November 2, 2014 Rotary Teen Leadership Camp. Publicizing Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Applications Rotary Clubs are required to submit equal number of male and female students Each participant MUST be in the eighth grade, no older than 14 years old and no younger than 12 years old The TLC committee encourages the selection of any Youth Exchange Students your clubs may be hosting Participants should be well prepared for the TLC experience and have knowledge of Rotary Thousand Pines Camp Thousand Pines Christian Camp and Conference Center Built in 1939 by the Gregory Family Arthur Gregory inspired by his faith donated 10 acres of land to start a Baptist Camp the same year the lake was done Today Thousand Pines can hold up to 500 campers They have utilized the materials on their land to build additional cabins Summary TLC is a camp designed for eighth graders We help develop participant leadership skills They make friends throughout our district Helps build self confidence and self esteem Helps builds our Interact Clubs Where to Get More Information www.District5300.org Under Youth, Community, and Service Projects Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) Mark your Calendars for October 31 – November 2, 2014 Hope to See You There!!