The Future Quest Summer Experience is for youth aged 14-17 who want to explore community, theology, and leadership by challenging their body, mind and spirit. It is an ecumenical program open to participants from varieties of faith traditions, including those with no faith tradition. A maximum of 24 participants are admitted each year.
Two weeks of fun, safe, meaningful, and inspiring activities, events, guest speakers, and more to develop your knowledge, skills and values around personal growth, faith and leadership.
Saturday, August 3 to Saturday, August 17, 2013.
Weekdays are spent at Queen's Theological College on the campus of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Participants will be living in houses nearby. Some aspects of living accommodations are in partnership with Science '44 Student Co-Op Housing. For more info on the area, please visit www.queensu.ca and www.tourism.kingstoncanada.com/en/ .
The fee is $800. This includes 14 nights of accommodation and meals in intentional community living at Science '44 Co-op as well as the cost of the canoe trip and seminars. Early bird discount of $100 off fee if application is received by 31 May, 2013.
Participants require $100 spending money, health insurance, and transportation to and from Kingston at the beginning and end of the program.
Bursaries are available and are awarded on a first-come first-served basis based upon financial need until the funds are expended. Please apply at your earliest convenience.
Include in your application a letter requesting a bursary with the following information:
Heather Cooke, Executive Director, Administration Finance Operations, will review this confidential information and make a decision on your bursary request. You will receive written notification of any award.
If you have any questions regarding financial assistance, contact Heather Cooke.