Do you worry about homesickness at camp? Or about missing your child too much? These do’s and don’ts will help you prep your child and yourself for a successful summer!
Mom, if you’re afraid of sending your kid to camp you’re not alone. You might even think, “What kind of mother would do that – send her kid AWAY for three weeks or more? What will the other parents think? Or my family? Will they think I don’t love my child?” And that brings me […]
Join us in honoring former ‘Ghany Director and huge UVA fan S. Cooper Dawson, Sr. with a donation to the ‘Ghany Lantern Scholarship Fund if UVA wins the NCAA Championship tonight!
Introducing Shawna Rust, our Special Diets Chef. She, our kitchen staff, Head Hopper, and Special Diets Manager, are a team with a mission — to meet food allergies and special diets in a dynamic new way.
There are things learned and experienced at camp that have a positive lasting impact for kids. Namely, being tech free in a natural and supportive setting allows the child to develop into a fuller person with better relationship skills.
The best camps have the best staffs and the best staff training. It’s training to develop and maintain a professional approach to the job and training to support later jobs.
This year we’re dedicating two weeks to our job recruitment and camp industry jobs focus for counselors. It’s #ghanyjobsweek and #ghanyjobstwoweeks !
On Tuesday I announced that we’re doing our 3rd annual Ghany Jobs Week this week and next (#ghanyjobsweek2019) with tips about camp counselor jobs, leadership jobs at camp, and insights on how to best do the job of counselor. I also mentioned that I wanted to make some critical comments on the article written by […]
Our dear friend Henry Poe wrote a poem about his experience at Family Camp.
New Leaders-In-Training Head Teresa Padgett went to the national American Camp Association Conference and learned so much that she’s bursting at the seams to tell you about!