Date: September 8-10, 2017
- Learn why your involvement is important to Indy’s future
- Learn how to share your voice with our community
- Identify ways to increase your impact on our community
- Meet and develop friendships with other civic-minded YPs
- Get connected to civic leadership opportunities
- Meet and work with experienced civic leaders who serve as camp counselors and facilitators
Location: Flat Rock YMCA Camp in St. Paul, Indiana (near Shelbyville)
Civic Boot Camp Scholarship FAQs
How much of the registration fee is covered by a scholarship?
A limited number of partial scholarships of up to one-half of the total tuition will be available.
Who is eligible for a scholarship?
Anyone can apply for a scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need.
How do I apply for a scholarship?
to apply for a Civic Boot Camp scholarship. If applying for a scholarship, you must apply and receive notification before registering for the program. Registration fee will not be refunded if you register before receiving scholarship notification.
What is the deadline for scholarship applications?
Scholarship applications for Civic Boot Camp 2017 must be submitted by July 7.
When will I found out if I received a scholarship?
Applicants will be notified of their scholarship status by July 14.
Should I register for the program before applying for a scholarship?
No. If applying for a scholarship, you must apply and receive notification of scholarship status before registering for the program. The registration fee will not be refunded if you register before receiving your scholarship notification.
Who should I talk to if I have more questions about Civic Boot Camp?
Contact Adrianne Slash at firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am so thankful that I live in a City that is asking for young professionals to get involved. I spent the weekend learning how I can plug in and get civically engaged with other incredibly talented leaders, who I can now call friends. Excited to see what we can accomplish together in the future.” – Kait Baffoe
"Prior to Civic Boot Camp, I had been focusing on building up my areas or weakness and was getting frustrated with my lack of success. Boot Camp taught me to focus on applying my strengths to where I can make the greatest difference. I now have a plan of action to make my community better." - Jason Soderlund, BSA LifeStructures
"Civic Boot Camp really opened my eyes to not only a great network of people my age with a passion to, not only change and impact the city, but also gave me the resources to do so." - Kendra Tracey, Duke Realty
“Had an awesome weekend at camp identifying my strengths and passions, and determining how to best put them in motion to benefit the Indianapolis community... along with all these awesome future leaders.” – Ann Solzak, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee