June 16-20, 2014
Unfortunately due to low interest in this camp, we have decided to postpone for this summer and will look at doing it again in the future.
Do you love learning about the past but want to make a difference in today’s society? Have you ever dreamed of running for office or working for an elected official? Does your short list of post-college options include graduate school, law school, policy research, or possibly campaign work? Then Cedarville’s Politics and Policy Camp is for you.
The camp will focus on current political issues facing the nation as we head into the mid-term elections of 2014. The week will include such activities as discussions of the history behind current issues, examination of past policy solutions to similar problems and their impact on society, congressional simulations producing proposals to address current issues, a model United Nations summit to consider foreign policy issues, and a trip to the National Air Force Museum or local historical site. Throughout the week, participants will consider all of these important political problems in light of the teachings of Scripture. This camp will bring you together with faculty and students who have similar interests as you for fun, thought-provoking discussions, and enlightening debates. If you love pondering history, talking politics, debating international affairs, solving today’s societal concerns, exploring God’s purpose for government, and developing a coherent idea of Christian citizenship, come to Politics and Policy Camp.
The Politics and Policy Camp is sponsored by the Department of History and Government.