WELCOME TO PATHKEEPERS!
8TH ANNUAL NATIVE YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP
UPDATE: CHANGES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
Pathkeepers 8th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp will be offered as a “Virtual Camp” from
Monday, July 20, 2020, to Friday, July 24, 2020.
Camp will be held using an online platform. Camp will NOT be held at our usual Camp site location due to the coronavirus.
After lengthy deliberation, Pathkeepers Board members and staff agreed to honor those who have lost their lives and those who continue to serve on the front lines of fighting this virus by offering Camp in way that captures this important moment in time and that meets health and safety recommendations.
Here is our Update Letter announcing the new Virtual Camp.
Virtual Camp Application is now available on our
"Youth Camp 2020" webpage.
VIRTUAL CAMP INTERNSHIPS WILL BE OFFERED
PATHKEEPERS 8th ANNUAL NATIVE YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP
JULY 20 - 24, 2020.
INTERNSHIP APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE ON OUR
"CAMP INTERNSHIPS 2020" WEBPAGE.
PICTURES OF 5th ANNUAL NATIVE YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP
ARE NOW UP ON THE YOUTH CAMP "PHOTOS - 2017" PAGE.
HERE'S A SNEAK PEAK . . . .
HELP BRING NATIVE YOUTH TO CAMP THIS YEAR!
By Going to our Donate page and sponsoring a youth....
WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE ON AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE EDUCATION ROUNDTABLE WITH PATHKEEPERS NATIVE YOUTH.
As part of our 4th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp, we were honored to visit with the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education (WHIAIANE) during our Washington, D.C. fieldtrip.
We'd like to give a special thanks to Ron Lessard, Joyce Silverthorne, Allie Graham, and all the Education and BIE officials who attended and helped make
this a very special event and opportunity to share our youth's vision for the future
of Native education.
Click on the button below to link to the story WHIAIANE just
released describing our roundtable discussion.
Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge is an I.R.S. 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation
organized with a mission to build the next generation of Native American youth leaders, self-motivated learners and social entrepreneurs by combining alternative and innovative education approaches with Native cultural lifeways to solve the educational, economic, political and social issues facing Indian Country in the 21st century.