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Join Morry’s Camp Team This Summer!

We’re looking for dedicated, enthusiastic and responsible individuals who are ready to challenge themselves, have fun, and make the camp experience outstanding for Morry’s Campers this summer.

  • Develop skills such as teamwork, patience, mediation, teaching, behavior management, self-assessment, and other attributes which can be applied to any future career path.
  • It’s a great head start to a career in education, social services or youth development.
  • Opportunity to positively impact the lives of young people.
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The Project Morry Experience

The Project Morry experience is based on a multi-year commitment including a year-round and summer camp program that is dedicated to helping your child grow, make healthy decisions and reach their goals for the future.


During the school year, your child will participate in educational enrichment activities at monthly meetings and gatherings in their community and at Project Morry’s headquarters.

At Morry’s Camp, the summer component of Project Morry, your child will make new friends, try new things, be exposed to positive values and experience growth through challenging activities - all in a safe and caring environment.


What will your child experience with Project Morry?

Grades 4-7 (Undergrad Phase)

Monthly school year meetings focus on specific themes, like goal-setting, overcoming obstacles, improving social skills and building a network of support.

4th Grade

CAMP YEAR 1:
3.5 Weeks

SCHOOL YEAR: Monthly meetings between student and Project Morry are held at regional locations

5th Grade

CAMP YEAR 2:
3.5 weeks

SCHOOL YEAR:
Monthly meetings between student and Project Morry are held at regional locations

6th Grade

CAMP YEAR 3:
3.5 weeks

• Additional leadership opportunities such as to be a camp big brother or sister

SCHOOL YEAR:
Monthly meetings between student and Project Morry are held at regional locations

7th Grade

CAMP YEAR 4:
3.5 weeks

• Greater leadership development activities

SCHOOL YEAR:
Monthly meetings between student and Project Morry are held at regional locations

Graduation (Undergrad)

Following summer camp, 7th grade students participate in a graduation ceremony as they have completed the first (Undergrad) phase of the program. Students are encouraged to apply and progress to the next phase from 8th - 12th gradess

Grades 8-12 (Postgrad Phase)

At monthly school-year meetings, our older students are challenged to reflect on their lives and develop their own goals. Always preparing for the future, we focus on time management, financial planning, SAT prep, resume writing, leadership development and public speaking.

8th Grade

CAMP YEAR 5:
4 weeks

SCHOOL YEAR:
Meetings are held at the Project Morry headquarters

9th Grade

CAMP YEAR 6:
4 Weeks:
• 2 weeks at Morry’s Camp
• 2 weeks spent visiting colleges, museums, outdoor school, other camps and historic sites

SCHOOL YEAR: Meetings are held at the Project Morry headquarters

10th Grade

LAST YEAR OF CAMP:
7 weeks
• Focus on playing a leadership role at camp
• College and career readiness activities

SCHOOL YEAR: Meetings are held at the Project Morry headquarters

11th Grade

SUMMER:
• Students are encouraged to participate in summer internships
• Workshop with college counselors at Morry’s Camp

SCHOOL YEAR:
• Meetings are held at the Project Morry headquarters
• Mentorship program begins

12th Grade

SUMMER:
• Students are encouraged to participate in summer internships

SCHOOL YEAR:
• Meetings are held at the Project Morry headquarters
• Greater assistance provided for college entrance
• Mentorship program continues

Graduation

A commencement occurs in May at the Project Morry headquarters for students, and their families and mentors.

This is an elevated program that incorporates a high school specific education component and an extremely intentional team building and leadership program. We continue to ask your child to be the best they can be. This unique opportunity continues to expose your child to different people and communities. This is done in a positive environment, allowing them to learn how to work as a team, and reflect on choices and decisions they are making. Students maintain their desire for new experiences and opportunities following this experience. They also put into practice the values learned and exemplified through their participation in Project Morry.


“Project Morry has made both of my children courageous, personable and caring individuals... I thank Project Morry from the bottom of my heart for being a part of my family.”

Sofia, Post Grad and Alumni parent


“Everyone's joint effort to support others and be the best person they can be is what makes Morry’s Camp my favorite place in the world.”

Project Morry High School Senior


Our joint support of your children during these challenging teenage years will be vital for achieving their goals. Any encouragement of their success in school and of being a role model in their community will foster these life skills and future success.