Anytown Alabama Delegates
What is Anytown?
Anytown Alabama is a week-long residential social justice leadership program for high school students. At Anytown Alabama, student delegates engage in typical summer camp activities and also develop leadership skills that they take back to their schools and communities. Student delegates spend a week participating in refreshingly open and supportive dialogue, forming life-long friendships, and sharing their cultures and beliefs while appreciating those of others. Students engage in intensive and interactive learning about social justice issues and leave Anytown empowered as leaders. Anytown is a fantastic opportunity for students who are currently in 9th – 11th grades to spend a week developing leadership skills and learning about social justice issues. Students make great friends, build their college resumes, and have a ton of fun!
Who should apply for Anytown?
Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from all area schools are encouraged to apply! Whether you consider yourself an established leader or a potential leader, we want to see you at camp. Anytown seeks students of every race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, immigration status, and ability.
The fee for Anytown Alabama covers room and board as well as transportation. Scholarships are readily available. No applicant will be turned away because of inability to pay.