Camp Staff Seminar 2015 – Monday Morning Wrapup

If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a very loose English paraphrase of his French poem Dessine-moi un bateau, or Make Me a Boat, found in Citadelle, 1948.

via Kevin Kellys the Technium, Sourced Quotes 15

Sunshine, cleaning up, planning teams own evaluation and going home.If you all go home motivated full of ideas and do great stuff, we are super happy. I go home a little tired but also full of ideas and motivation, already looking forward to next years Camp Staff Seminar yet on a shorter time scale starting to think about the CMC 2015 this autumn.

There are of course lots of stuff to improve and fix regarding the Camp Staff Seminar, but that don’t worry me so much because I’m convinced the general concept is a hit. Think of how much has been achieved with just teleconferences and a small dedicated team of young volunteers and if we can do even better, it’s just Amazing.

This should have been the official group photo if I only had it

This should have been the official group photo if I only had it, now it’s just this stupid selfie-version

Thanks to everyone and especially the planning team, the participants and the wonderful crew at KISC.

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About Martin Eliasson

Ex. Coordinator for Goose-Network 2012-2014 and de-facto coordinator 2015. Former resident program manager at Vässarö and generally a nice guy. Member of European Guide and Scout Centre Managers Conference 2013, 2015 and 2017.
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