University of Maine 4-H Camps- Maine Outdoor Learning Initiative Scholarship

Maine Outdoor Learning Initiative Scholarship

The University of Maine 4-H Camps at Bryant Pond and Greenland Point have been awarded full scholarships to attend select summer camp programs. The funding, provided by the Maine Department of Education’s Maine Outdoor Learning Initiative (MOLI) supports the full cost of summer camp including reimbursement of travel expenses for families that qualify. If you are interested in a scholarship we ask you to complete the confidential questionnaire below. Scholarships will be awarded to qualified families on a first come first served basis until all slots have been filled.

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Bryant Pond 4-H Center- Bryant Pond, Maine

Bushcraft (Ages 14-17) 2 week program 7/14/24 -7/26/24, Junior Maine Guide (Ages 15-18) 4 week program 6/30/24 - 7/26/24

Greenland Point 4-H Center- Princeton, Maine

Maine Woodscraft (Ages 12-14) 2 week program 7/7/24 - 7/19/24, Early College (Ages 16-18) 8/5/24 - 8/15/24
If chosen for this scholarship I am willing to fill out a post survey that reflects on my child's experience at camp.(Required)

Given the limited availability of these scholarships, we kindly request that families fully commit to attending the program should they be selected for funding. Mileage reimbursements will be processed upon program completion and issued in check form by the University of Maine. Thank you for your time and interest in attending 4-H Camps. A camp representative will be in touch with you once your application has been reviewed.

American Rescue Plan Act GEER, Reverted EANS Funding received from the USDOE support the implementation of this project. The project has an award totaling $6.6 million dollars of which 100% is federally funded and directly attributed to project implementation. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by the USDOE or the U.S. Government.