Fall Student Leadership Retreat
Join us for our Fall Leadership Retreat 2015
(the annual leadership retreat @ Camp Potawotami in Milford, Indiana)
The Fall Student Leadership Retreat is for first semester IPFW freshmen only! It is a 24-hour, all expenses paid trip for the first 50 students who register. Travel, lodging, food, and customized IPFW hoodie/fleece is included.
The retreat centers around knowing self, knowing others, connecting to IPFW, diversity, and a whole lot of fun! This exhilarating 24 hours is led by a group of upperclassmen leaders and IPFW staff members.
The tour bus will leave at 11:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23 and return to campus around 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October 24.
Save the Dates: October 23rd-24th, 2015.
Sign-ups will begin in September. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Walb 210 to reserve your seat!
"I love the IPFW Student Life staff and I am SO thankful for this opportunity." ~ 2010 Camp Mack student
"I got to know myself closer and step outside my comfort zone and make new friends." ~ 2009 Camp Mack student
"I will share this experience and knowledge with everyone I know! I have been on a lot of retreats in my life and I know for a fact that this is the best one ever!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student
"The Fall Leadership Retreat helped me look past what people look like and get to know people for who they are. I also learned more about myself that I didn't realized before." ~ 2012 Camp Student
"It's always fun to see individuals discover who they truly are!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student
"The ropes activity in the woods and the Step into the Circle if... activity made me a much stronger person!" ~ 2010 Camp Mack student
* 97% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they formed a deeper connection to their peers through Camp Mack.
* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they have an increased awareness of self after Camp Mack.
* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that they made new friends at Camp Mack.
* 100% of participants strongly agreed or agreed that Camp Mack was a good use of their time.