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At the Silver Crescent Foundation we are committed to inspiring, supporting and preparing students for success in the workforce. Through initiatives focused on career exploration and workforce readiness, the Foundation works with students to build a framework of skills and knowledge that will assist them in facing the challenges of a global economy.
The “success” of Camp Success depends on the generous support and the active involvement of corporations, community organizations, volunteers and in-kind contributions to make camp a fun, exciting and challenging adventure for each student. If you believe it is important to reach out to our school children early so that we are able to produce a workforce that will allow this country to maintain its competitive edge, you can get involved!
Organizations and Corporations
- Make a gift to the Silver Crescent Foundation specifically for Camp Success or make an unrestricted donation to enable the Foundation to focus on quality program development to help to shape the future of tomorrow’s leaders.
- Loan an employee with expertise in engineering to Camp Success in your area for a few hours, for a day, or for the week.
- Host a tour of your facility to Camp Success in your area.
- Donate funds and/or in-house printing capabilities for backpacks or other logo premiums that students will use at camp and afterwards, too.
Volunteer Opportunities for Middle School Teachers
For science and math teachers, volunteering at the Camp Success in your area will update and freshen your skills and experience. Middle school teachers who usually teach in other subject areas will enjoy the challenge of exploring a new subject area while still contributing your valuable knowledge of working with middle school students.
Volunteer Opportunities for Technical College and University Students
Teaching Assistants (TAs) work directly with campers; helping and coaching with projects, supervising off campus trips, and participating in recreational activities, all the while providing important role models as successful students who are furthering their own educations.