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The Air Force Reserve/Air National Guard Teen Leadership Summit is a week-long camp for 14-18 year old dependent teens of current or retiree Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard military members. Teens will focus on leadership development and self-confidence, learn about programs and services available to AF dependents, and build an appreciation for and sense of belonging to the AF community. They will be given a voice to inform AF senior leadership of their top issues as AF dependents.

At both Summits, leadership classes will be taught throughout the week and teens will learn about the mission of the AFR and ANG. Summits also include military traditions, community service projects, musical performances, and environmental education classes.


Classic Teen Leadership Summit

Wahsega 4-H Center
Dahlonega, Ga.
July 9-14, 2017

Nestled in a valley of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Wahsega 4-H Center hosts the Classic Teen Leadership Summit. High adventure activities such as high ropes, zip line canopy tour, white-water rafting, hiking, fishing, archery, survival classes, and more.

Adventure Teen Leadership Summit

Cheley Colorado Camps
Estes Park, Colo.
August 7-12, 2017

Bordering Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheley Colorado Camps is a family owned and operated summer camp. Daily adventures include hiking, intense mountain biking, horseback riding, horse colt training, arts & crafts, woodworking, technical climbing, and archery.



To be eligible to attend an AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit you must:

  • Priority goes to first time Teen Summit Participants
  • Be a current AFR or ANG teen dependent 14-18 years old. Teens of retirees are eligible. Teens of extended family members are not eligible.
  • Be physically/mentally capable and willing to participate in all camp activities.
  • Attest that all information is truthful and accurate. Parent/legal guardian must agree.
  • Fill out the application form completely. Essays must be written by the teen...not the parent!
  • Fill out all required forms (4-H Code of Conduct, Transportation Agreement, 4-H Medical Information, and Adventure Waivers) upon acceptance.
  • Application Deadline Extended: 15 May at 0800 Eastern Time

Camp Costs

Parents will be responsible for:

  • Getting their teen to/from the airport
  • All baggage fees
  • Spending money for snacks or souvenirs
  • Meals during airline travel

Everything else - including airfare, transportation and all meals while at the Summit, camp registration fees, and lodging are paid by the Air Force through a partnership with the University of Georgia/Georgia 4-H

Frequently Asked Questions

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Application and Essays

Click Here for Application Instructions.

Press & Media

A press release for the AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summits can be found here.
A collection of high quality photos for the press can be found here.

See photos from previous camps.

Adult Leaders

We are now accepting applications for 2017 Teen Leadership Summit Adult Leaders. Please review the below criteria before applying.

2017 Adult Leader Criteria

Interested adults (ages 21+) should complete the following forms with a wet or digital signature. No electronic signatures will be accepted. Forms can be submitted with Adobe Reader, scanned & e-mailed to milcamps@uga.edu, or FAXED to 706-542-4373. All adult leaders will be subject to a background check.

Forms to be submitted:

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Contact Us

For more information, please contact Casey Mull or Marilyn Huff-Waller at 706-542-4444 or milcamps@uga.edu


The 2017 Air Force Reserve/Air National Guard Teen Leadership Summits are funded by
USAF Airman and Family Services.

The University of Georgia and Ft. Valley State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and counties of the state cooperating. The Cooperative Extension Service offers educational programs, assistance and materials to all people without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. An equal opportunity/affirmative action organization committed to a diverse work force.