Youth N' Power Camp and Summer Training!
When: July 6-31, 2020; 9 AM - 1:30 PM
Where: Redeemer Center for Life, 350 Logan Ave. N #201 Minneapolis
Join Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light and Redeemer Center for Life in a dynamic summer program.
Youth in grades 5-12 will explore Leadership, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, STEM, Climate Justice, Policy engagement, Movement Building Entrepreneurial tactics, Advocacy, Communication, and Hands-on projects.
--Sign up for 2, 3, or 4 weeks. Youth will be grouped by age.
--Before and aftercare is available upon request.
--Transportation to/from South Minneapolis pick up point possible.
--Transportation to North Mpls drop off points possible.
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Youth First Name
Youth Last Name
Parent #1 First Name
Parent # Last Name
Parent #1 Phone
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What weeks of the program will you attend?
Week One - Food as Energy - Field Trip Local Farms and More
Week Two - Renewable Energy - Exploring the energy grids and energy sources, field trips to sites
Week Three - Energy Efficiency and Policy - Looking at best practices for an energy-efficient community and a trip to tour the capitol to explore environmental policies currently in process
Week Four - Intro to Entrepreneurship
Grade Entering in Fall 2020
Why are you interested in attending Youth N'Power?
The cost of this program is $200 per week of programing including transportation, field trips and snacks. Link to make payment:
I am able to pay in full for my child to attend camp.
I am able to pay part of the cost, please contact me to discuss.
I am unable to pay at this time.
Medical Insurance Provider
Insurance Number (Don't worry if you don't have this right now, we can loop back around to this.)
Will you need assistance with transportation?
Will you need care for your youth before 9am or after 2pm?
Parent #2 First Name
Parent # 2 Last Name
Parent # 2 Phone
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