HELENA- Carroll College receives a 355,000 grant to create a new summer camp for 10th and 11th graders.
In this week’s Class Act, we hear from the Director of the Theology Department about how the camp will benefit students in the Pacific Northwest.

“What we’re doing is we’re thinking about the Christian faith and what it means to exist within creation,” said Dr. Eric Hall, Carroll College Theology Assistant Professor.

The Saint Kateri Institute for Integrative Learning Camp will connect students to the outdoors while reflecting on their personal beliefs.
Carroll College is one of 82 schools putting on this type of summer camp.

The campers will spend three days at Carroll College and three days at Yellowstone National Park.

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“Getting to go there and at least see parts of it and even the parts that have been touched is a pretty amazing experience. It can really push you into certain forms of reflection both intellectual and spiritual,” said Hall.

There are 40 spots open for this year’s one week program.

  • June 25th-July 1st
  • $375, which includes room, board, activities, and travel
  • For 10th and 11th graders in the Northwes
  • Please contact if you need a scholarship

    Contacts

    Email: stkateri@carroll.edu
    Phone: (406) 200-9419

    For more information visit the Carroll website: http://www.carroll.edu/academics/majors/theology/kateri.cc

 

Reporter: Sara Stinson

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