Alumna Fenna Slenter (‘10, ‘11) reflects on her time at Camp and her experience with Generations For Peace.
Continuing with the Camper For Life series, Carl Schoenberger (‘66, ‘67) interviewed Dick Jones (‘68) to learn what Camper For Life means to Dick. “[Camp] didn’t influence my career choices, per se.... What Camp did was inform my views.”
CRS alumnus Carl Manalo (‘95 ‘96 ‘11), has been featured in several articles describing how he creates a culture of caring at his school. "CRS and LAJF are probably the reasons why I’m in the field of Education, working with this age group. My experiences at CRS are key to my educational philosophy."
CRS alumnae Janelle (‘96, ‘97, ‘01 - ‘03, ‘06) and Lisa (‘01- ‘03) Iglesias are an art duo whose interactive installation, Las Hermanas Iglesias: HERE, HERE, is currently housed in the Utah Museum of Fine Art. This installation seeks to bring people together and encourages creative experimentation. This exhibit runs until January 28.
This summer, LAJF Director of Programs, Janessa Schilmoeller (‘05, ‘06, ‘10, ‘11, ‘16, ‘17) was published in the American Camping Association (ACA) publication Camping Magazine. The article, Social Justice Series: Recognizing Microaggressions at Camp, is part of Camping Magazine’s social justice series. Janessa writes about ongoing efforts to hire a diverse staff that is reflective of the cultural diversity of our camper body, and the importance of cultural sensitivity training for staff of all different backgrounds.