Associations and Related Links
Camp Joy appreciates support provided by the Camp Nebagamon Scholarship Fund.
Camp Joy is proud to be accredited
by the American Camps Association.
The American Camp Association is a leading authority in youth development, ACA works to preserve, promote, and improve the camp experience.
Click here to see a great video from ACA about Camp: www.ACAcamps.org/becauseofcamp/
The Association for Experiential Education (AEE) is a nonprofit, professional membership association dedicated to experiential education and the students, educators and practitioners who utilize its philosophy.
Camp Joy works with many organizations to provide programs. Below are two of our key partners.
Camp Joy also maintains partnerships and associations with the following organizations.
Camp Joy is honored to reveice funding from the following United Way agencies.
Camp Joy – A new Freedom Station of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC)
On April 18, 2006, JOEC was included as a new “Freedom Station” with NURFC. JOEC’s work with its living history programs and history as the region’s first co-racial, co-ed camp provide a great connection to the values and mission of NURFC. The Freedom Stations Program is a national outreach program linking organizations engaged in Underground Railroad research, historic preservation, and/or contemporary freedom struggles through the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Did you Know?
Of the 42 full time staff, 13 live on Camp Joy property.
Good News at Camp Joy
Camp Joy is honored to be named one of the Best Places to Work in Cincinnati by the Business Courier. Thanks to all of our great staff members who make Joy such a great place to work.
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