Youth Week at Camp UniStar conjures up feelings of deep friendships, the beauty of nature, freedom, belonging, growing up, and something more difficult to describe, something magical for the hundreds of UU teenagers who have attended since its inception in 1983. Its mission has been "to provide youth with a positive environment for growth and experience within the framework of Unitarian Universalism."
Youth entering grades 8 through 12 spend time with peers working and playing while building community and lifelong friendships.
After a two season hiatus, Youth Week is back! These weeks offer youth ENTERING 8th grade through 12th grade time with peers to work and play, while building community and lifelong friendships. We look forward to implementing updates to the Youth Week format - instead of a portion of the day being devoted to only camp projects, we plan to incorporate art, learning opportunities, a better understanding of the history of the island, and discussion about current events, racial equity, COVID, and the impacts on society and youth culture.
Proof of Vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test are required to attend.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the pause of Youth Week in ‘20 and ‘21, the ability to host Youth Week in 2023 is dependent on securing more volunteers to attend Youth Week as adult leaders. We are in need of adults to be counselors/program leaders. If you are interested in volunteering, please reach out to the Youth Week Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org