A camp-based programme for 17-18 year olds, lasting 21 days
The first Seminar Camp was held in 1959.
This personally challenging, intensive programme is coordinated by the young participants themselves. They develop their own agenda and explore global issues based on their backgrounds and interests, through activities and in-depth discussions.
Seminar Camps are for 30 international participants, with the supervision and assistance of international adult staff.
Joining a Seminar Camp puts you in the driving-seat, as with your fellow participants you plan and lead the programme. Being part of Seminar Camp’s group-living environment encourages you to take a creative and cooperative approach to problem-solving and resolving differences that can arise from healthy discussion. Friendship and fun ensure that your Seminar Camp experience is lasting and positive.
What happens at a Seminar Camp?
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Is your child taking part in a Seminar Camp?
With over 40 years experience of organising camp-based programmes for children and teenagers, you can be assured of the highest level of supervision and safety for your child. Read more about our child safety and protection.