Air Force Teen Leadership SummitsThese camps provide teens, 14 – 18 years of age, opportunities to focus on leadership development and self-confidence, learn about programs and services available to AF dependents, and build an appreciation for, and sense of belonging to, the AF community. Throughout the week, teens will participate in military traditions, community service projects, musical performances, and environmental education classes. Teens have the opportunity to select from three different types of camps; see bel
ow for descriptions and dates.
Eligible Applicants must meet all the following requirements:
- A dependent of an AF Active Duty or Active Duty Military assigned to/living on/working on an AF led installation, AF Retired, APF and NAF Civilian Employees assigned to/working on an AF led installation, ANG, and AFR
- 14 – 18 years of age. NOTE: High School Graduates are not eligible o Be physically/mentally capable and willing to participate in all camp activities
- Have a valid picture ID (ex. military ID, driver’s license, school ID, or passport)
- Have not previously attended a Teen Leadership Summit
Beach Teen Leadership Summit
Session 1: 120 participants – 7-12 Jul 19 – Jekyll Island, GA
Beach Teen Leadership Summit is a great way to enjoy the beaches of Georgia all while learning leadership skills. This is a brand new camp! Camp options include beach time, beach ecology, team competitions, marsh ecology, leadership classes, and so much more!
Classic Teen Leadership Summit
Session 2: 120 participants – 21-26 Jul 19 – Dahlonega, GA
Nestled in a valley of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Wahsega 4-H Center hosts the Classic Teen Leadership Summit. High adventure activities include high ropes, zip line canopy tour, white water rafting, hiking, fishing, archery, survival classes, and more.
Adventure Teen Leadership Summit
Session 3: 120 participants 5-10 Aug 19 – Estes Park, CO
Bordering Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheley Colorado Camps is a family owned and operated summer camp. Daily adventures include hiking, intense mountain biking, horseback riding, horse colt training, arts & crafts, woodworking, technical climbing, and archery.
Transportation costs, lodging, meals, and activity fees are centrally funded. Spending money is the responsibility of the participants.
The PDF application for all Air Force Youth Programs Residential Camps must be completed and emailed no later than 10 June 2019 to the POCs listed below. It is the applicant’s responsibility to confirm receipt of complete application package. Click here for PDF application
The POCs for all Residential Camps:
Ms. Teresa Witschen – firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-395-7514
Mr. James Yracheta, email@example.com or 210-395-7252
Mr. Kevin Hansen, firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-3957248
Ms. Mona Hamilton, email@example.com or 210-395-7725
Other Youth Program Camps