As camp parents we all want our kids to grow and thrive while they’re away at camp. Doing so means allowing our kids to be “away” both physically and emotionally, a parental skill rarely, if ever, accessible in our modern lives. In her second blogpost for MCE, Dr. Tracy delves into why it’s an important […]
vega19 / Uncategorized, Vega Blog / Benefits of camp, benefits of overnight camp, camp traditions, camp vega, Camp Vega Values, friendship, girls summer camp, maine camp, overnight camp, resilience, summer camp /
For all camp parents, including us who also happen to be camp directors, it can be gut-wrenching at times to be away from our children while they’re at camp. So why do we do it?! We’re excited to share the first of a series of blog posts by Dr. Tracy Brenner, a psychologist, Maine camp […]
vega19 / Uncategorized, Vega Blog / 21st Century Skills, camp counselor, camp traditions, camp vega, Camp Vega Values, friendship, girls summer camp, overnight camp, screenfree, summer, summer camp, Summer Job /
Thank you to all the 2022 Vega Campers, Staff and their Families for making the 2022 summer UNFORGETTABLE! Special thanks to Vega’s 2022 Media Team for capturing and editing so many wonderful moments. We love you Vega!
vega19 / Uncategorized, Vega Blog / 21st Century Skills, appreciate the beauty around us, camp traditions, camp vega, cultivate gratitude, friendship, girls summer camp, maine camp, overnight camp, summer, summer camp, Summer Job /
Dear Vega, Last week we joined together with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving and spend the day Choosing Gratitude, which happens to be one of our Vega Values. These 5 values, Believe in Yourself, Build Unity, Live with Integrity, Have Empathy and Choose Gratitude are the values that each Vega camper and staff member strive to embody everyday and […]
vega19 / Uncategorized, Vega Blog / camp counselor, camp staff, camp traditions, camp vega, Camp Vega Values, friendship, girls summer camp, leadership, maine camp, overnight camp, summer, summer camp, Summer Job /
Every wonder why we have so may returning Leadership Staff at Vega? A few of them share why in their own words.
vega19 / Uncategorized, Vega Blog / 21st Century Skills, camp counselor, camp traditions, camp vega, camp Vega olympics, friendship, girls summer camp, maine camp, Maine lakes, overnight camp, screen free, summer, summer camp, Summer Job, vega values /
Imagine a Vega Olympic Flag raised up the flagpole on days when Vega Olympic events take place throughout the summer! We have decided we would like to do just that and want your help to create one. We would love to see your ideas of what a Camp Vega Olympic flag might look like! If […]
There are moments as parents when it is hard to believe that our own kids successfully (and even happily) separate from their beloved “screens” for an entire summer at camp. It seems (and they have even stated) that they would rather spend their summer playing video games online with their friends and watching endless Youtube, […]
Time flows differently at summer camp where there is a fairly common saying, “A day feels like a week, and a week feels like a day.” It is hard to believe Vega ’22 has come and gone. So many people made the 2022 summer unforgettably outstanding through countless kind deeds and pursuits to improve themselves and those around […]
Parents can spend quite a bit of time preparing for their child’s overnight summer camp experience. Providing all of the necessary information, ordering and packing the clothes and supplies from the packing list, and confirming logistics for travel to and from camp can seem (to put it lightly for some) challenging. Those efforts are being […]
We are enjoying putting together every camper’s schedule and helping campers and parents envision the details of what their summer will look like! We have also received requests that we are planning to introduce flag football and handball at camp this summer. These activities will take place during landsports activity periods or during evening activities. STEAM: We […]