The original Feminist Camp experience. 

You're someone with a passion for feminism but you're not quite sure how that's going to translate into your professional life. Or, you're sick of hearing people ask you "what you can do" with a Women's/Gender Studies degree. Our flagship Feminist Camp program in the Big Apple is designed to help you identify your next steps for applying your feminist passion to your professional or beyond-college life. Use your extra-curricular time to attend a Broadway show, visit a world-class museum, grab a drink at Stonewall, see the Statue of Liberty, or go shopping at radical feminist bookstore Bluestockings.

Program runs from 9am on Monday January 7, 2019 until 5pm on January 11, 2019.

Who you may* meet

*Every session is different, but these are examples from past sessions!

Important Dates

September 1 - Registration Opens
October 15 - Financial Aid Applications Close
November 1 - Registration Closes 


$100 // Registration fee
$900 // Tuition + Meals Fee
$500 // Housing Fee*

TOTAL: $1500 ($1000 without housing)

*Housing fee only applies if you are staying in camp housing. If you arrange for your own housing, fee does not apply.



I am so grateful for what you do, Feminist Camp was truly an amazing experience for me. I am generally someone who sits back and tries to absorb as much as I can, but I can already say I felt the impact at a very personal level. When I got back I took some new found initiative and confidence and landed myself an internship at the Kalamazoo Planned Parenthood! The knowledge I gained from you about networking and just simply asking for what I wanted made this possible for me. 
— Alaina G.
Feminist Camp NYC was an amazing chance to live in New York, meet successful women in a variety of fields and meet like-minded peers.
— Marielle K.


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Shannon M.

Shannon (Feminist Camp NYC Summer '14) double majored in neuroscience and cinema studies at New York University. After working in research and educational television, she became a passionate science educator in the Bronx, where she co-leads a Girls in Science Club and tries to save the world, one pupil at a time.