ACA, Northern California EPIC Networking Event

What is EPIC?

EPIC connects emerging professionals from around the country and strives to provide meaningful opportunities for connection and learning. There are no official EPIC "membership requirements"; anyone is welcome if the topic and conversations speak to you and can help you on your path to learning. Whether you just want to know more about the camp industry, or are interested in connecting with others, this is the place to be!

The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Camp Staff

Miles is a first-time counselor at a sleepaway camp in the eastern United States. He had seen an online ad for the camp at which I met him and decided that a summer away from his Midwest town working with children would do him a lot of good. It would give him both a change of scenery and a sense of purpose — and would add to his résumé as an aspiring Recreation Education major at Kansas State University. The orientation at camp had really inspired him. The camp leaders kept talking about making a difference in the lives of the children.

Fill Your Camp Before Summer! Last Minute Social Media Marketing Tips for Recruitment and Retention

Summer is almost here and it’s not too late to sign up more campers! Join us as we explore easy to implement last-minute marketing strategies to help sign up new campers and increase retention rate. We will also discuss strategies to prepare marketing assets during the summer to be used next year for recruiting. Don’t miss out on these last-minute families!

By the end of the webinar participant will learn:
1. Have the tools to implement at least three last-minute marketing strategies to sign up new campers and increase retention rate.

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Ten Ways to Make Great Use of Your Summer Photos

Remember all of those amazing photos you took last summer? Now is the time to put them to good use. If you took thousands of photos, or even if you only took a few hundred, the first step in making great use of your summer photos is to organize. Using a program like Dropbox, create a few folders for general highlights, facility photos, and activity photos. Once you have organized your photos and picked out your favorites, it's time to use them to build buzz for your camp. Here are ten ways to do just that: