Fostering a new generation of sailors.
2023 will be CSC’s third year of proudly pioneering the initiative to provide campers between 11-15 who identify as BIPOC a 100% fully paid and supported summer camp experience of one to four weeks. Through this initiative we aim to create new summer opportunities and recreation options for kids who come from diverse communities and families. This initiative is structured to support up to 40 camp weeks for new participants per year, so be sure to inquire early!
Importantly, this opportunity does not end after this summer! The Community Sailing Center promises to provide full support to participants for up to 4 years for those who decide to continue their growth as sailors. This pathway goes from learning to sail, to racing in high school, to becoming a junior instructor.
- If you are interested in registering or have any additional questions, mention the “Sailing Diversity Access Scholarship” and feel free to contact Education Manager Hannah Walton at (802)864-2499 or email@example.com
DAI beneficiaries will be awarded:
- One to four weeks of summer programming completely cost free
- Availability for early drop-off (before 9:00 am) and late pick-up (after 4:00 pm)
- Up to $120 in transportation stipends to support all participants travel to and from our facility
Additional information is available below, just select your language!
Sailing Diversity Access FAQs
Be a part of the solution, and help us make sure that every child has a chance to have their hand on the tiller.
This initiative is made possible due to widespread community support and a shared vision for change. You can be a part of the solution. Donate today and help the Community Sailing Center foster a new generation of sailors!