1st Place Finish at UArizona's 2019 Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Outreach & Research Showcase
Through the Fire: An Analysis of Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona’s 10th Annual ‘Camp Fury’
In February 2019, I presented an evaluation of Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona's Camp Fury at UArizona's Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) Student Showcase as well as the Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Outreach & Research Showcase. The presentation was awarded 1st place in the category of 'Education' at the Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Outreach & Research Showcase.
“Camp Fury was founded in 2009 in an effort to both combat the barriers faced by women in fire/EMS and law enforcement careers and to promote these careers as desirable options for women. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of Camp Fury on the Girl Scouts who participated in the summer of 2018. The results clearly highlight the positive impacts of Camp Fury on participating Girl Scouts, and suggest that it just might be one of GSSOAZ’s best summer camps."