WTF is Feminist Camp?
Feminist Camp isn't really a conference, and it isn't really a retreat. It's a front-row seat to feminist work, activism, and action beyond classroom theories. Our camps are designed so that campers can engage in highly participatory learning processes and explore more about themselves, their talents and what their feminist futures might look like. We introduce campers to fellow feminists who get sh*t done: by working for non-profits, volunteering, creating art, organizing, protesting, running businesses, and translating theory into action. With these connections and inspiration, Feminist Campers leave with a renewed sense of direction and the confidence to make the next move.
Which Feminist Camp is right for you?
APRIL 5-8, 2018
San Francisco/Bay Area
Our first Bay-area camp, in a convenient weekend-length camp so you don't have to take a whole week off work. This camp is for anyone who wants to know about how feminism, gender, music, art, and tech all intersect.
JUNE 18-22, 2018
Our first west coast camp, this program is designed for college undergrads, grad students, young professionals, and anyone else curious about how to pay your bills by being a feminist.
JUNE 4-8, 2018
The original Feminist Camp program, designed for college undergrads, grad students, young professionals, or anyone looking to transition into the world of feminist work.
JULY 16-27, 2018
Known as the Young Feminist Collaborative and presented in collaboration with Hampshire College, this program is for high school juniors and seniors.
JULY 15-25, 2018
Our only international camp, The Zambia Talking Circle Tour (presented in collaboration with World Muse) is a 10-day adventure during which we meet with local organizers and learn from their strategies.
We're still planning more camps for 2018, so get on the mailing list and be first to find out when and where
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Gaby (Feminist Camp NYC Summer '14) is currently a graduate student at Rollins College studying Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science. When she's not studying in the school's library, she's working at two places, both in administrative roles. Gaby is growing into her ultimate goal of being a renaissance woman, involved in academics, activism, Netflix binging, reading anything and everything, and building community.