Each camp/program wishing to go through the ACA accreditation process in 2017 must have at least one person from their camp/program who will be actively involved with the preparation of materials, on site a significant amount of time during the season, and on-site the day of the visit attend a Standards Course (new camps/new directors) or a Standards Update Course (director/staff from currently accredited camp who has helped with the preparation of materials and been actively involved in the on-site visit).
ACA is excited to share information about a brand-new track in development for this year’s National Conference in Atlanta. Through the generosity of The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, camp professionals working with children and families experiencing serious and chronic illness can select from many sessions central to providing great, impactful camp experiences. These educational breakout sessions will be offered throughout the conference, Tuesday through Friday, February 9-12.
Please note that the 2017 ACA National Conference event will be available on the app in late January, 2017. The ACA National Conference app can be downloaded at any time to view info on previous national conference events.
A big thank-you to the 2017 conference mobile app sponsor, CampBrain!
We are pleased to be able to offer a mobile app to enhance your experience during the 2017 ACA National Conference.