Do you want to start a humane summer camp, but are not sure where to begin? Do you already run a humane summer camp, but are looking for fresh ideas? Experts from the Association of Professional Humane Educators (APHE) and Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (HEART) will cover the benefits of both on-site and off-site camps, highlighting various aspects to consider when planning a camp, including staffing, location, timing, budget, advertising and more. APHE and HEART will showcase some fun hands-on camp activities and share new ideas for bringing comprehensive humane education content to your campers while fostering compassion for people, animals and the planet. They will also discuss innovative options for those who want to set up camps, but lack sufficient resources.
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About the presenters:
Stacey Zeitlin is the Senior Director of Communications and Community Engagement at the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA, and is Vice President of APHE. Meena Alagappan is the Executive Director of HEART, a full-service, non-profit humane education provider in the NYC, Chicago, Indianapolis and Portland (Oregon) areas. Kimberly Korona is the Program Coordinator and a Humane Education Instructor for HEART. Christopher Parrucci is a Humane Education Instructor for HEART.