The Power of Me!
EBAYC’s Camp Thrive is a four-week summer experience that lets youth campers be youth while gaining life skills and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
This year’s theme, “The Power of Me,” is designed to challenge and engage students in a fun, collaborative environment as they build connections with themselves, their culture and their community.
Campers will experience new learning opportunities through age appropriate hands-on projects, team building activities and field trip adventures.
Week 1: Me & My Community
We are not a team because we work with each other. We are a team because we respect, trust and help each other!
Week 2: Me & My Culture
Through the power of our heightened senses we take flight in an exploration of taste, music and cultural traditions rooted in our community!
Week 3: Me & My Body
Time to do some major housekeeping. Our body is not just a temple. It’s our HOME which we will live in forever. Let’s learn how to take care of it!
Week 4: Me & Our Celebration
Let’s remember, it is summer break. So we definitely need to CELEBRATE!
Tuition & Enrollment
Camp Thrive is free for youth to attend! Thank you to the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, OUSD, Banks Family Foundation and our generous donors for making this possible.
Talk to your school’s EBAYC Program Director to learn more and get an application form. The application is due on April 10.
Our thanks to the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, OUSD and Banks Family Foundation for their sponsorship.
Born and raised in the San Antonio neighborhood of Oakland, Rany is a dedicated leader in her community. As the Shop 55 Wellness Center Managing Director at Oakland High School, her alma mater, allows her the opportunity to give back to and help build her community by cultivating an environment that supports, motivates, and inspires young people to become safe, smart and socially responsible. She engages school staff, community-based partners, local businesses and colleges to be involved in being a part of our youth’s development. She received her Bachelors of Art in Social Welfare and Ethnic Studies with a minor in Education at U.C. Berkeley in 2006.