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Each year we see significant growth in self-control, effort, teamwork, and social responsibility (S.E.T.S.) among youth from pre to post programming.
Over the course of 2 years, these data showcase the impact of the program on our most vulnerable youth over a 2 year period. Youth use these social skills at home, school, and in the community.
said they can better control their feelings (SELF-CONTROL)
said they learned to always give their all (EFFORT)
said they are better at working in a team (TEAMWORK)
said they try to do the right thing when no one is looking (SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY)
said they learned to act responsibly when playing sports (IN SPORTS)
said they use S.E.T.S. in their school, home, or community (IN LIFE)
Note: 2019 campers attending at least 80% of camp (N=287). Percentages based on those responding Really, Pretty or Somewhat True.
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