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June 29, 2020

This year has been extremely challenging for the entire camp community, not just in the United States, but all over the world. Through all this, so many have come together ⁠— as camp people do best ⁠— paving the way for the continued future of... Read More

June 22, 2020

This Research 360 blog post provides an update on some of ACA's current research, including how the research projects have been adapted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

June 19, 2020

Over the past two months, as we’ve adjusted (and readjusted) our summers, it has been a chance to evaluate the essence of what we impart to campers, staff, and families each summer. Looking ahead, there are two additional opportunities for camps... Read More

June 15, 2020

Each year, the camp community participates in Camp Kindness Day — an event highlighting the practice of intentional kindness that happens every day at American camps. Camp Kindness Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of the great work that... Read More

June 15, 2020

Since March, the COVID-19 pandemic has been at the forefront of our minds as cancellations rolled in, and for many people camp looks different this summer. Each summer brings new challenges and this summer is no different, with the additions of a... Read More

How-to magazine
June 12, 2020

Many aspects of camp are going digital this year, including your merchandise store. An online tuck shop is an excellent source of revenue for your camp, putting your brand front and centre on items that campers will wear and cherish forever.... Read More

June 9, 2020

If you are preparing to host campers on-site this summer, make sure you start your season off right by implementing your COVID-19-related procedures as soon as the staff arrive.

June 8, 2020

I have been an EdTech executive for the past 15 years, mostly focused on getting kids prepared for and through college and their first jobs. I led the largest product at the largest educational publisher at a time when the education world was... Read More

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