Bus transportation is provided to and from the camp free of charge. The bus will pick up and drop off campers at designated locations. Times, locations and more information will be sent to campers and their families in an emailed letter. All AUPE staff and members who attend Camp AUPE are required to acquire and submit a valid criminal record and vulnerable sector check. AUPE staff and member volunteers will also need to have up-to-date first aid training.
Through drama and stories youth will learn how working people taking collective action, have made positive changes. Standing up together often includes a focus on social justice and strengthens participation of workers and their families in rights, fairness and democratic processes.
Experiential learning is learning through experiences, and then reflecting on these experiences in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, clarify values and develop capacity to contribute to their community.
Groups participate in a variety of adventurous challenges, like hiking, canoeing, ropes courses and group games meant to instill kinesthetic learning, confidence and a joy and appreciation of movement and action.
Discovery and reconnection with the natural world is necessary for the healthy development of our senses and improves learning and creativity. Nature learning is about smelling, hearing, tasting and seeing.
Through both outdoor education and nature learning we solve problems and deepen our connections with the broader social and natural world.