PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS

Camp Experiences

Camps are held in rural locations to provide youth with a unique and rewarding experience with other children from urban communities throughout the United States.

CAMP DATES:
SIMSA:  June 23-30
SIMBA:  June 30 – July 8

SIMBA

Safe In My Brothers’ Arms

SIMBA offers African American young men (ages 8-17) a safe space to examine their lives, their choices, and their futures. Based on a rites of passage model, the camp takes young males through a process which exposes the traps that lie waiting for them in their world, and lifts up the power and promise of African and African American culture and heritage.

 

SIMBA

SIMSA

Safe In My Sisters’ Arms

ers African American young ladies (ages 8-17) a safe space to examine their lives, their choices, and their futures. Based on a rites of passage model, the camp takes young ladies through a process which exposes the traps that lie waiting for them in their world, and lifts up the power and promise of African and African American culture and heritage.

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MYLA WILL RETURN IN 2019!

Multicultural Youth Leadership Academy

MYLA will return in 2019!

MYLA offers young men and ladies in high school (ages 13-16) a safe space where they will be developed and ror a multicultural world. Campers from multiple cultural backgrounds will form community with one another, experience the richness of each cultures’ heritage, and develop together as leaders. Participants should already exhibit leadership qualities and will be selected from a ts. Selections will be made to balance ratios between gender and cultures.

MYLA

SIMBA/SIMSA chapters:

  • Chicago, IL
  • Muskegon, MI
  • Dekalb, IL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Rockford, IL
  • Indianapolis, IN

Download SIMBA Registration Form

Download SIMBA Adult Lab Application

Download SIMSA Registration Form

Download SIMSA Adult Lab Application

MYLA will return in 2019!

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Our workshops engage and encourage youth to address their fears, build positive relationships, and discover their potential.