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Lead GB

future leaders

Mentoring the next generation of leaders.

LeadGB camps provide girls & boys with opportunities to learn from community leaders. These camps offer tailored programming to suit the needs of our young leaders in training, so they can rise.


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New to UW-Green Bay!

Join us on the UW-Green Bay campus for this new and popular youth camp!  

Read about the LeadGB Camps!

LeadGB: Girls

LeadGB camp was initiated to provide young girls with opportunities to enhance their life skills, maximize their overall wellness, and develop personal growth strategies. Girls today experience an unprecedented amount of stress in their lives. The ability to not only handle these stressors, but to turn them into growth opportunities is an important factor in future success. Even at a young age, young women need to feel a sense of empowerment and one of the best ways to build confidence and self-awareness is by connecting with positive female role models. The program is female based, female supported, and is dedicated to developing future women leaders.

2024 Sessions

Session 1: June 17-21
Session 2: June 24-28
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.


Commuter Camp
Green Bay Campus
Grades 1-8


Includes instruction, supplies & lunch each day

LeadGB: Boys

LeadGB camp was developed to help boys develop better communication and life skills, learn to respect themselves and others, and focus on the importance of prioritizing their health and wellness. This boy's camp provides young men with opportunities to learn from excellent mentors. Grades 4-8 are critical years for boys, and the confidence and leadership skills they attain during the camp has been proven to have long-term effects. Through a combination of challenging hands-on activities, exploration, and spending time talking about healthy and positive life choices, the young men will develop into future leaders who will one day serve as mentors themselves.


Session 1: July 8-12
Session 2: July 15-19
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.


Commuter Camp
Green Bay Campus
Grades 4-8


Includes instruction, supplies & lunch each day

Want to get involved?

Community support for our youth camps is essential to their success. If you would like to get involved, please consider donating to help support the camp or volunteering as a Senior Camper.

Donate to LeadGB Camp

This camp's registration fee is supplemented by the generosity of the community, sponsors and people like you who care about our youth. Thank you!


Be a Senior Camper

LeadGB Girls: is looking for Senior Campers, who are vital to the camp's success.  If you would like to be a camp volunteer, a.k.a. Senior Camper, let us know.  Applications for 2024 Senior Camper are open now!



This camp runs 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Campers will participate in learning opportunities in the morning and afternoon with a break for lunch.

Thank you, Camp Sponsors

This camp is possible through the generosity of our community, businesses, individuals, families and more.

Platinum Level 

Prevea logo

This camp is generously sponsored at the Platinum Level by Prevea Health.
Providing primary and specialty care with a passion for excellence.

Packers logo

This camp is generously sponsored at the Platinum Level by Green Bay Packers Give Back.
This award, funded by the Green Bay Packers and the National Football League Foundation, is part of Green Bay Packers Give Back, the Packers' all-encompassing community outreach initiative.

Gold Level

US Venture logo

This camp is generously sponsored at the Gold Level by US Venture / Schmidt Family Foundation Inc.

Silver Level

BayCare Clinic Logo

This camp is generously sponsored by BayCare Health Systems

Nicolet National Bank LogoThis camp is generously sponsored by Nicolet Bank
Belmark inc LogoThis camp is generously sponsored by Belmark

McDonald logo

This camp is generously sponsored by McDonald Companies

Schreiber logoThis camp is generously sponsored by Schreiber Foods, Inc.

This camp is generously sponsored by Auto Select

This camp is generously sponsored by Scott and Nancy Armbrust.

Bronze Level

This camp is generously sponsored by Vos Electric Inc.

This camp is generously sponsored by Hager, Dewick & Zuengler, S.C.

Tools for Success

Health Form

Our camp Health Forms are electronic! You will receive a notification from CampDoc once you register. You will then, need to finish your camper's profile up to 100% completion. Campers can only be admitted into camp when their camper profile is 100% complete. This must be complete a week prior to camp start. to camp that will prompt you to fill out your Health Form online. Health Forms must be filled out online before your camper checks-in to camp. 

Complete Health Form

Accident Insurance

The UW-Green Bay Health and Counseling Center is not available for camps or other youth programs. Therefore, parents/guardians will be notified of any suspected or known illness or injury. Accident insurance through the University of Wisconsin is automatically included for all kids at camp. This limited policy covers injuries relating to camp accidents only. It is understood that medical costs in excess of camp insurance will be borne by parents or guardians.

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Camp Instructors

Chelsea Fasee
Chelsea Faase

Camp Director, LeadGB: Girls

Dr. Chelsea Faase spent 12 years in K-8 education, and currently is faculty at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She believes that all students should be constantly faced with opportunities to learn and grow, academically and personally, and it's the educator's job to foster that curiosity in education, to empower students to take learning upon themselves, and use that learning to foster new learning and curiosity.

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Charles Brehm
Charles Brehm

Camp Director, LeadGB: Boys

Chuck Brehm is currently in his 3rd year as the Associate Principal at West De Pere Intermediate School. Prior to his current position he was a K-12 physical education teacher for 15 years.  Through his educational experiences and life experiences he strives to provide authentic growth experiences for the students and children he works with in hopes of developing them physically, emotionally, mentally, and socially. 

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Patti Schevers, Education Outreach Executive Manager

Have Questions?

We’re here to help. If you have any questions about camps or youth programs, please don't hesitate to reach out to Patti Schevers, Education Outreach Executive Manager.

Email Patti