Team Swift members are all former teen mentor counselors who chose to take their leadership journey to the next level and act as ambassadors for the organization. From taking on fundraising campaigns to engaging in community outreach activities and assisting with Swift program development and facilitation, Team Swift members are empowered to play an active role in running our nonprofit organization! So with out further ado....
Meet our team!
On Saturday, November 16, 2019, our Swift Saturday program was fortunate enough to have 40 enthusiastic Arizona State University students take over our regularly scheduled program and facilitate the "Swift University" program they created.
Swift University was a program created and grant funded by the Swift Club at ASU. Featuring a focus on STEM based learning, the program encouraged Swift youth to experience four different areas of learning including; Physics, Psychology, English, and Chemistry. Swift youth spent the day exploring each area of study through different stations of hands-on learning in a fun and uniquely Swift way!
Check out the slideshow of photos from the day! A huge thank you to Alyssa Manzo and the Swift Club at ASU! This was an incredible day of learning that our Swift youth will never forget! If you'd like to learn more about the Swift Club at ASU, please contact Alyssa Manzo, Club President.
Interested in starting a Swift Club at your school? Start your leadership journey with our resources here!
May 21st - Support Staff Orientation
May 22nd - Counselor Orientation
May 23rd - 27th Camp Swift 2020 - Session 1
July 27th - Support Staff Orientation
July 28th - Counselor Orientation
July 29th - August 2nd Camp Swift 2020 - Session 2
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