As they do every year, the Indiana Sheriff’s Association (ISA) will soon be offering an opportunity to seventh and eighth-grade students who are interested in pursuing a future career in law enforcement.
This summer marks the 40th year the ISA will be hosting their annual Youth Leadership Camp.
The camp is intended to provide a meaningful experience that will allow students to build powerful connections with other campers from throughout the state as well as learn from sheriff’s deputies who serve as counselors and instructors.
ISA officials say they’re excited to celebrate their milestone by continuing to focus on building character and inspiring leadership skills to the young people attending the 2019 sessions.
Two separate camp sessions will be held this summer. The first one is geared toward students in the northern part of the state and it will be held in Warren County at the Pine Creek Camp in Pine Village. That session will run from Tuesday, June 25th through Friday the 28th.
A session intended for students living in or visiting the southern part of the state will be held in Brown County at the Waycross Episcopal Camp in Morgantown from Tuesday, July 9th through the Friday the 11th.
Those interested in attending the camp should contact Public Information Officer Captain Derek J. Allen by calling 219-326-7700 and entering extension 2283.