Posted by Sean McCall on Apr 26, 2019
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Camp
- Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Prince Albert, Rotary International District 5550.
Strong leaders are made, not born. Leadership skills are learned, not inherited. Rotary Clubs around the world are dedicated to helping young people like you develop your leadership skills to the fullest. We believe that RYLA Camp will assist you in realizing your leadership potential and have a whole lot of fun along the way!
Knowledge + Action = Results.
RYLA camp is focused on leadership development.
Join others your age in a camp atmosphere to learn skills in self-management. Learn about yourself and others. Learn how to interact with your peers. As you approach graduation, come and learn how to make critical decisions that will affect the rest of your life. Learn how to apply the knowledge you have learned. Learn how to be a leader and a follower. Learn how to trust and be a team player.
RYLA camp is an all-expense paid camp.
Learning is interspersed with recreational activities, campfires and good food. The learning experience is set in Riding Mountain National Park on the shores of Clear Lake at Anglican Memorial Camp. It is extremely beautiful there. We will transport you there and back.
When you arrive you may not know anyone. By the time you leave you will have made friends that could last a lifetime. Camp RYLA proves you can have fun while learning and growing. It takes courage to push yourself to places that you have not been before. Test your limits. Break through barriers.
Basic Camp - July 29 to August 3, 2019 if you are 12, 13 or 14 
Senior Camp - August 5 to August 10, 2019 if you are 15, 16 or 17.
Rotary Clubs are seeking students with a good academic record, with involvement in school activities, sports or other non-school related activities.
For application forms, please contact Bob Twyver, Director, Youth Services, Rotary Club of Prince Albert. ( Application deadline is May 24,2019.
Additional information available at: awards(ryla),
Strong leaders are made - not born.
Leadership skills and principles are learned - not inherited