The following information concerning an opportunity for Native youth was provided in an October 3, 2013 email from Erin Bailey, Director of the Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth.
“The AnBryce Foundation funds youth camps in the DC area, and offers Saturday youth programs. Rachelle, Director of Summer Residency Programs at the AnBryce Foundation, is working to identify Native American students who wish to attend their summer camp and may be interested in Camp Dogwood’s annual camp, which takes place in McLean, Virginia for youth in grades 2 through 9 . They generously offer full scholarships to Native American students to attend Camp Dogwood. Many Native students have attended over the years and they are looking to develop some relationships with on-the-ground programs in Indian Country. It is an incredible opportunity with the foundation paying for all travel, camp, and educational programming expenses for Native American youth.”
“Rachelle’s info is below.
Director of Summer Programs
1650 Tysons Boulevard, Suite 900,
McLean, VA 22102