Junior Art of Living
Junior Art of Living is an introduction to the Home Arts and Art of Living methodology: hands-on experiential learning and character formation. It covers basic skills that prepare girls to enter The Art of Living program in 9th grade.
In addition to the demonstration and hands-on classes, there is a practical talk and reflection on a virtue.Mentoring, to help each one set attainable personal goals, is available for all.
Come to Junior Art of Living to have fun with like-minded girls and at the same time learn many practical things that will help you your whole life!
Aware of the impact of peer pressure on their daughters, a group of moms have banded together to foster an environment where girls can cultivate virtues, leadership, skills and strong interpersonal relationships.
Girls Clubs provide a place where girls and young women can grow, learn, have fun, and develop confidence in their ability to make a difference in the world.
These activities also give high school and college women the opportunity for leadership and service. During the year, high school counselors, many of them former club members, assist club leaders with activities and also serve as role models for the younger girls.
These summer camps aim at providing young women with the motivation to set high goals, keep lasting friendships and an assurance of dedicated guidance. Designed by parents and educators, our program motivates young women to use their talents in order to lead and serve others at home, at school, and in the community.
Live List of camps by location
Family Camp Beaver Creek , CO
Camp Applewood , Morristown, NJ
Camp Laurelwood, Bryn Mawr, PA
Camp Kittimaquundi West River, MD
Camp Mattakeesett Moultonboro, NH
Camp Galena New Haven, MO
Camp Tuck Hartland, WI
Camp Bluebonnet Huntsville, TX
Sandhill Camp Lake Wales, FL
Camp Montestella, Tuolumne, CA
Pacific Northwest Camp Longbranch, WA