FREE | Multiple Sessions Starting June 15 | M – F
For girls entering in 6th – 9th grade in the fall of 2020
The YWCA Pasadena and YWCA Glendale are partnering to bring a unique virtual summer camp experience. This exciting summer program emphasizes girls’ empowerment through workshops and team-building exercises, along with technology and art projects. The camp teaches life skills such as healthy relationships, nutrition, self-defense, and physical fitness. Additionally, girls prepare for the future through the camps’ diverse female guest speakers as well as learning entrepreneurship and civic engagement.
Audience: For girls entering in 6th – 9th grade in the fall of 2020 (Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena and all surrounding school districts)
Student Stipend: Students will receive a one-time $75 stipend upon completion of all activities for 1 session. Maximum of 15 student seats available per session, first come first served.
Time: 9:30AM – 3PM
6 Available Virtual Sessions:
- Session 1: June 15th – 19th (Waitlisted)
- Session 2: June 22nd – 26th (Waitlisted)
- Session 3: July 6th – July 10th (Waitlisted)
- Session 4: July 13th – July 17th (Waitlisted)
- Session 5: July 27th – July 31st (Waitlisted)
- Session 6: August 3rd – August 7th (Waitlisted)
Please Note: Sessions may be held virtually due to state and federal safety guidelines concerning coronavirus through August.
By promoting assertive self-expression, teaching important life skills, and allowing the practice of leadership in a variety of setting, this unique and transformational pre-high school summer program inspires girls to reach their full potential.
Our first priority is girls empowerment. Everything we do at camp is to make girls feel powerful! The girls have workshops in STEAM and trades/skills not often taught to young women.
Growing up is more than just about academics. At Camp Rosie: Girls on the Rise, participants will learn skills that will help them become more successful, content, and balanced. Girls explore healthy relationships and bystander intervention, stress reduction techniques including yoga, journaling, and breathing exercises.
Learning about the girls’ own cultures and history as well as those of their home fosters an understanding of where they come from and how they can be more inclusive, fair, and respectful of other people. Through a variety of arts and culture activities girls will deepen their understanding.
The knowledge we provide helps girls prepare for their future. Most importantly, they’ll learn principles of social justice and community engagement and the skills that will make them leaders in their community.
All sessions are now full. To be put on a waitlist, please contact Jomie Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forms and Waivers
Waivers need to be download, signed and emailed to Jomie or mailed/dropped off at YWCA Glendale prior to the first day of camp.