Success Camp for Tweens and Young Teens (7/15/2013 to 7/19/2013) – CLOSED
July 15, 2013 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Grade Level: Rising 7 - 9 | Class Cap: 20
Course Fee: $559 (lunch & snack provided)
High School Students have a lot going on in their lives – more than most people think! It’s a time of great change in their lives. This personal development week for tweens and younger teens puts ideas squarely in their laps that can help provide direction and foundation for the road ahead. Students work with their instructor to explore and enhance skills like: goal setting, dream building, self-motivation, time management, creating high self-esteem, and developing a sense of purpose.
Day 1: Today we talk about how the small things in life really can make a big impact. Also, we take on the importance of attitude, and how it impacts everything we take on. Exercises and activities will confirm these ideas.
Day 2: Time and how we use it will be our first topic. After that, we move to exploring the idea that big projects work best when broken down into smaller steps.
Day 3: Today, we will talk about how to break the big things down into small, manageable pieces. Each time we engage in something new, different or unique, we learn – and from learning there can be no failure.
Day 4: What we spend our time on becomes who we are; habits can be managed to help us be the person we want to become. How to manage your habits to benefit you and the person you want to become.
Day 5: Use everything you know to make your future your own. Today, we put together some of the important ideas we’ve learned to create personal goals for the future. Students will leave with a set of goals for themselves and a clear idea of the personal atttributes they will need to achieve them.
Special Instructions: None. Students will be given notebooks for their use during the week. Laptops are not required.
This is a summer program for Middle School Students.
Registration for this class will close 48 hours before the class begins. If you have not yet registered your student during those final 48 hours, please contact us so that we may confirm whether seats are still open for the class.
Tracey Chew has been a Nonprofit Executive since 2001 working in small and large organizations in the Bay Area. She knows the challenges that leaders face and she also knows the struggle we all have to maintain a healthy personal life/work balance. She has developed an expertise in keeping a positive focus, visualizing goals and overcoming limiting fears and beliefs. Tracey enjoys teaching others how to increase their positive energy, reconnect with their strengths and passion, and achieve their goals more quickly.
Since 2009, she has been coaching Executives and upper management teams in the Bay Area. She is certified in various techniques that help clients change their mindsets and overcome obstacles and fears. It is her mission to teach people to retrain their brains to have more positive thinking on autopilot and more energy to create the life they want.
In 2011, Tracey began developing and presenting workshops for teens to teach the latest information in neuroscience about how the mind works and how to train the brain for more positive thinking, increased focus, reduced stress and improved self-esteem.
Tracey holds a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Tech; a BA. In Sociology from UCLA; is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner; and is a certified Level 2 Trainer of the Ritberger Personality Method: www.whatcolorisyourpersonality.com.