Trinise Jones Summer Day Camp

Summer Day Camp is filling up fast!!! All classes from ages 4 to 11 are full, the only spaces we have left are the 12-13 class and the 14-15 class. Sorry for any inconvenience. We do have a waiting list, if you would like to sign up for that, in case someone drops out or changes plans.


Reaching out to strengthen family ties through Education, Inspiration, and Independence” The Trinise Jones Summer Day Camp is an affordable, seven-week summer camp for all youth, with an emphasis on at-risk youth, and youth form low income families  ages 4 – 15,  residing in Harford County who may need assistance with child care over the summer.  The educational camp is designed to provide classroom and outdoor educational opportunities for youth during the summer to prevent the loss of critical information learned during the school year.  The camp also exposes youth to creative electives such as drama, music, art and wood shop and offers weekly swimming excursions and field trips to various locations and sites.  The camp also provides summer job opportunities to youth ages 14 and up during the six week camp The Goal is To provide a summer camp experience for low-income single parent families is affordable day care during the summer to prevent the extended unsupervised hours.  The camp will support 125 low-income families along the Route 40 corridor for single parents to access for their children during the summer. The program is not only for the single parent population but for all that desire a safe summer camp experience for there children. We also  provide opportunity for teens to gain work experience and skills by providing jobs as teacher’s aides and teachers The Objective To assist some single parents and low income families in developing personal and family goals and also mentoring if needed. The desire is to also involve the parent in the daily interactions of the campers whether field trips , snacks and or volunteer time on field trips. To assist the camper with a structured classroom setting in which they learn and reiterate what they have learned in school. To provide transportation for those that necessarily would not be able to attend camp because lack of transportation. As for the youth and young adults we hire the objective is to provide the opportunity for the youth to learn proper work ethics, explore child development career options, and earn extra cash to offset increasing personal expenses.

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Mail To: Inner County Outreach 529 Edmund Street Aberdeen, MD 21001