Camp Compass Academy is a unified effort to introduce urban middle and high school students to various outdoor activities. Students are simultaneously introduced to a network of community businesses and working role models. Camp Compass students develop into an educated and influenced population understanding conservation, sportsmen’s philosophies, and their activities.
It’s our passion for children that brings a new-found quality to their lives. We believe that every child, no matter what circumstances they may be in, should have the opportunity to experience positive people and activities. Therefore, we are constantly spending time with students in the field, in the water, and in the classroom.
Our students feel like they belong to a family. It is vital in today’s tough environments that we as adults provide not only advice, but an ear as well. Basically, we love our kids and they will always have their Camp Compass family to listen to them!
Let’s Kill That Noise was produced by Camp Compass to announce their embarking on the NOISE Project.
Check out the creative way they’ve invited their community to join our quest to learn about and address noise pollution!
John Annoni speaks at an Allentown Vision 2030 event. (Don’t miss the stellar poster behind him!)
Camp Compass students attended the Birds, Careers, and Conservation Youth Workshop (summer 2018) at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Photo by Marilú Lopez Fretts.
Camp Compass has enjoyed a longtime partnership with another NOISE Project partner, CUBs, as recorded in this photo taken in 2012.
Read about how a group of Camp Compass students learned to observe, identify, and collect data about urban birds.