Aletheia House Welcomes Kids Who Care Summer Interns
School is out and summer is here! For Aletheia House, that means it is time for Kids Who Care camp and to welcome our summer interns.
Each year, Aletheia House brings in several college interns to serve as camp counselors for our Kids Who Care summer camp, a free summer day camp for children from low-income families. Aletheia House is thrilled to welcome this year’s group, an outstanding bunch of 15 bright, energetic students from schools all over the state, including The University of Alabama, Birmingham Southern, UAB, Alabama A & M and Stillman.
Aletheia House has operated the Kids Who Care summer camp for more than 20 years. The curriculum is aimed at teaching young people healthful ways to live, with a goal of reducing future drug use or violence. Camp counselors are responsible for leading campers in positive activities and games that focus on teaching them to care about their country, their community and themselves.
Aletheia House looks forward to another great summer camp experience for our interns and our campers!