Camp to the World is a summer camp for children 12-18 years old, which will be held at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (C.A.S.E.), Passley Gardens in Portland. It is owned by CTW Enterprises, a private company which is registered in Jamaica to host youth camps and promote recreational activities.
CTW Enterprises will partner with PEY & Associates, a youth development company, led by Pauline Russell-Brown, to host our first camp from 9th to 15th of July and the second from the 16th to 22nd of July 2011.PEY & Associates is an organization which focuses on behavioural patterns, health and nutrition, sexual health education and counselling.
The camp will also be managed by a team of experienced professionals; past and present teachers, lecturers, principals, doctors and nurses.
There will also be exciting activities, including educational tours to the Port Antonio Infirmary and the farm at C.A.S.E., as well as recreational visits to Somerset Falls or French Man’s Cove and the Errol Flynn Marina.
Part of Camp to the World’s vision is celebrating one’s identity; uplifting an individual’s self-esteem; strengthening their character as well as honing their leadership skills while developing values such as humility, patience, respect, courage and forgiveness.
The camp fee is J$23,000 per camper per week and this fee covers accommodation for seven nights, three healthy nutritional meals, snacks, tours and insurance.
A copy of the brochure is available online at www.camptotheworld.com as well as the registration form, which can be downloaded and completed for each camper. Completed registration forms should be sent to our office at Suite 19, Technology Innovation Centre, University of Technology.
The website can also be viewed for additional information, including a profile of our management team, facilities, packing list. Persons can also see our page on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
For any further information or queries, the camp liaison officer is available at (876)890-5443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms. Aisharie Rhodd
Mrs. Juliet Gordon
Suite 19, Technology Innovation Centre
University of Technology
237 Old Hope Road