DUNWOODY, Ga. -- The Dunwoody Nature Center is accepting applications from high school students who wish to join its Leadership-in-Training and Environmental Stewardship (LITES) program.
LITES will following a nationally-recognized curriculum that teaches rising 9th through 12th graders about solving environmental problems.
Campers will focus on character, teamwork and leadership as they develop a lifelong commitment to nature and the environment. By the end of the LITES program, they should be able to identify problems, pick out available resources and create strategies to solve them.
The LITES program is accepting 16 high schoolers for a session held the week of June 10. The cost is $75 per camper. Visit dunwoodynature.org for more information.