BOZEMAN — Hopa Mountain is accepting applications for its summer Health Leaders Camp for teens ages 13-17 and two Health Scholars College Prep Retreats for teens 15-18. In these weeklong residential programs, youth will participate in health science programs, problem-solving and skill-building activities, and community service as they explore health careers and higher education opportunities. This summer’s programs also includes white water rafting.
According to a news release from the organization, Hopa Mountain’s Health Scholars of Promise Program promotes positive and sustained health science educational experiences, college preparation opportunities, time with respected adults and the greater community. These experiences help prepare teens for life as contributing members of their families, peer groups, and communities. The program is made possible through the support of the National Institutes of Health and Hopa Mountain members.
Hopa Mountain is a Bozeman-based nonprofit organization that invests in rural and tribal citizen leaders, adults and youth, as they improve education, ecological health and economic development.
Hopa Mountain’s summer applications are available by contacting Winter Old Elk-Laforge by calling 406-586-2455, or emailing email@example.com.