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Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp is a summer camp for social change. Founded in 2009, YEA Camp runs inspiring week-long overnight summer camps for teens who care about community service, activism, and social justice. YEA Camp currently offers summer sessions in California, Oregon, and New York for 12 to 17-year-olds who want to make a difference in the world. YEA Camp is a life-changing camp for world-changing teens.

For our summer 2015 press release, click here.

For high-quality, downloadable photos of YEA Camp, click here.

YEA Camp was founded by Nora Kramer, a longtime educator and advocate for progressive causes. In her career working with youth for more than a decade, Nora has taught high school English, environmental education, at after-school programs, advised school clubs, and of course spent many summers as a camper and then staff member at camps. She has been active on numerous campaigns for social justice issues that she cares about deeply, including food justice, animal rights, environmental issues, anti-racism, women's rights, poverty, as well as on political campaigns. YEA Camp combines her passion for activism, commitment to social justice and transformational work, and her love for working with teenagers. To see a detailed bio about Nora and the rest of our incredible staff, please click here. Nora is available for interviews about YEA Camp.

 

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