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Summer Camp Registration – July 15-20 on the Tulane University Campus in New Orleans, Louisiana. FUN, Safe, Nurturing and Educational!
Transportation to the Tidal Wave Transition Retreat will be provided from Baton Rouge, Lafayette and New Orleans along with a parent drop off option.
Summer Camp Registration
How to become a Tidal Wave Transition Retreat attendee –
- Please complete and submit the initial ATTENDEE APPLICATION.
- Pay attendee fee of $125. If you would like to be considered for a partial or full scholarship, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with an explanation of how much you can pay towards the fee and why you should to be considered for financial support—we will get back to you with results after review.
- Initial summer camp registration applications will be reviewed by our medical team and you will then be notified of acceptance to the program. You will then receive the full application packet, which you need to complete and submit no later than March 21, 2018.
- If you’d like to volunteer, please click here.
Tidal Wave Transition Retreat is for teens and young adults! Join us as we ride the Tidal Wave into new experiences, new activities, and age-appropriate activities that challenge and appeal to teens. Fill out our summer camp registration application and join us!
We will provide a welcome respite for teens from the stresses of the school year. In addition to being smartphone free, attendees enjoy access to nature, tons of activity, good food, an appropriate sleep schedule (11pm – 8am), blocks of free time, the friendship of other great teens and guidance of caring staff and the medical team from the Louisiana Center for Bleeding & Clotting Disorders and on site with 24 hour coverage.
Diversity and inclusion are core values of the TWTR. We believe that by creating a space that celebrates the individual, and in which every individual feels safe, all our retreat participants are free to be their best selves. We will have a space for adolescents to tell their own stories, and learn more about who they are and what interests them.