The Pro Power Foundation believes that all youth are at risk. In today's society, regardless of age, race, gender, family composition, income or community, all children are at risk. Pro Power empowers all youth to realize their potential. While we use sports to engage the winning culture that is in them, we expect them to grow in their communities and classrooms as well. Pro Power's model gives youth real competitive skills training and character development that is hard to find anywhere. Learn more bellow.
When youth attend our 6 week camp(s), they don't just get skill training. They also get character development training that supports their growth.
Youth return to school with newfound friends that they made at camp. Pro Power stays connected with parents and youth during the school year.
Youth who attend camp are invited to participate in one of our Pro Power Elite teams. Here they are reunited with friends and get to grow their skills.
Pro Power youth are expected to make a real impact on their communities. Throughout the year, they are given opportunities to do that.
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Our camp syllabus is powered by social emotional learning that teaches youth how to be better members of their community. Take a look at our 2019 camp characteristics: