Today’s blog post takes a walk down memory lane to remember the many truly unique things about sleepaway summer camp in general and Camp Alleghany in particular. Please help us to make this experience possible for girls in need.
Bonnie Dawson heads up a project to engage the ‘Ghany community in an international version of ‘Ghany We Will Give to help girls in developing countries attend school.
With staff members from 12 different countries at camp this past summer it was only natural to celebrate an International Night of food and cultural exchange. And it was a blast!
Our international focus and diversity at camp is off-the-charts this summer. In today’s blog, Program Director Casey Tucker introduces you to what campers have in store with staff and special international nights during #summer2018!
Potential cuts to J-1 visa programs could mean no longer using international staff members. That would be a loss to camp. Help us lobby to keep the programs.
Program Director Taylor Fellows hopped the pond to visit London, hiring ten new counselors for Summer 2016. Read her story and learn about #GhanyJobsWeek!
In 2014 I made one of the biggest decisions of my young life — to travel across the Atlantic to become a camp counselor in America. And a great decision it was!
We always happily anticipate and then welcome with open arms the arrival of any of our international staffers. They add so much to the staff and whole camp!
As many of you may know, for many years Camp Alleghany used the company Bunac — a work and travel firm — to hire our international counselors. Sadly, Bunac closed its camp counselor service last autumn, and we felt lost. Fortunately the two people we worked with from Bunac were both hired at a firm […]
Ever since I returned from spring break in England, I’ve wanted to write a Camp Alleghany Blog about my experience. But it wasn’t until I read a quote about friendship on Pinterest that I actually sat down and e-mailed Elizabeth about my idea. The quote is as follows: It’s kind of weird how we say […]