Can you help us get enough volunteer power to run Session 1 of camp before the volunteer training on June 10th? Read on to find out how!
How to help us ⚡power up⚡:
Fill out the volunteer application ASAP to apply for any session (but especially Session 1!). *Everyone who has signed up by Saturday, May 27th will be entered into a special raffle!*
2. SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Have you loved volunteering with Rock Camp? Want to tell the world why? Create a short video (30 seconds, no longer than 1 minute) or a brief written testimonial (150 words or less) about your volunteer experience with Rock Camp and why you would encourage others to get involved. Send your testimonial to email@example.com and share it with your networks! Submissions will be shared on this page and in web communications.
3. SPREAD THE WORD
- Share the promo graphic and volunteer application (tinyurl.com/gr6030) on social media and in your e-mail signature
- Call 3 friends--can you think of 3 people who have expressed interest in camp before, but haven't gotten involved or signed up for this summer yet? Give them a ring and encourage them to sign up today!
- Tell your friends they rock!--And how they can join the Rock Camp family. Pick up volunteer nomination cards from our office (call ahead to arrange), or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to have a stack mailed to you
♥ Why We Do This Work ♥
Here's what five 2017 campers had to say about why they are excited about coming to Rock Camp this summer:
“I enjoy Bay Area Girls Rock Camp because I feel like I am always included and cared about. I love to be at camp and be able to interact with other people in such an accepting and respecting environment, and I can't wait until I can come again. Camp is a safe place for me to be me” -Camper, age 13
“I always loved music and kids bop and I have my own boom box. I can dance all day and never get tired. I want to come to this camp because I can really be the rock star I know I really am and I can show my mom and the world.” -Camper, age 8
“I am excited to go to Girls Rock Camp because it is the only place where I feel safe and supported to be out as trans. I really love to come together with new people and make music.” -Camper, age 11
“I am 10, with a voice and a brain. I am nothing without my music, I can express myself and show people the real me. I live through my music, and music lives through me. Girls Rock Camp sounds like a chance to learn more about music, about being a band and working together.” -Camper, age 10
“I think this is one of the coolest camps ever. I like that it's mostly girls and no one really expects you to be perfect. It's about having fun and learning. When I get old enough I want to work at the camp or volunteer. I can't wait til my little sister is old enough to go, too.” -Camper, age 12