SUPPORTING OUR CHILDREN AND EACH OTHER
Parents and other adults in the neighborhood come together to ensure the children in the community receive quality education and enrichment to help them reach their promise. The Community Leadership Team leads the way by advising the City of Promise staff, planning events, and supporting program development.
CITY OF PROMISE PROVIDES A LIMITED NUMBER OF FULL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR A VARIETY OF OPPORTUNITIES. LIMIT ONE CAMP PER CHILD UNTIL FUNDING IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
CLICK HERE TO CONTACT OUR TEAM FOR ASSISTANCE.
Application Due May 1
Internship runs June 14 - Aug. 13
For rising high school juniors or older. Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. Contact Mr. D: 434-421-5635
Field School Camp 2022
For boy and girls aged 6-15
Theatre, music, hiking, canoeing and more. Five sessions available between July 5 and August 5.
Girls Alright Mini-Camp
waiting for 2022 information.
This year we will host a week-long in person creative writing camp that will host a series of workshops in poetry, fiction,nonfiction and songwriting genres. Participants will be hosted daily at the historical Morven Farms from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM and limited transportation will be provided. Our purpose: to foster a space for girls to explore the beauty of their creativity and imagination through written expression. Participants will use this camp as a place to learn, grow, and develop their writing abilities.
St. Anne's Belfield Camps
June 13 – 17, 2022
June 20 – 24, 2022
June 27 – July 1, 2022
Whether your children are hoping to take an imaginary trip around the world, play some basketball, host a live radio show, paddle and hike on local rivers, or refine their creative writing skills, we have just the camp for them!
Music Resource Center
MRC supports the youth of Charlottesville through music. The Music Resource Center is a safe, diverse, and creative community where teens learn, grow, and make music together. MRC is affordable to all.