In addition to our high-quality camp partners, Wayfinders partners with many local organizations who offer education, job training, skill building, and youth development programs, as well as goods and/or services so that our scholars are well equipped for many new opportunities and activities over the duration of their time in our program.
Our community partners provide us with a wide variety of support, including use of their facilities or buses at no cost, free or reduced admission/fees for our scholars and their mentors, tangible goods, and targeted educational or skill development programs including internships, job-shadowing opportunities, and paid employment. If you would like to join us as a community partner, please reach out to Mollie James (email@example.com).
We are truly grateful to all of our Charlotte area organization partners*, including:
Books of Belonging
Carolina Youth Coalition
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated
Communities In Schools
Covenant Presbyterian Church
Central Piedmont Community College
Crisis Assistance Ministry
Dottie Rose Foundation
First Book of Charlotte
Levine Museum of the New South
Levine Jewish Community Center
Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation
Microsoft – Charlotte Campus
Urban Farm at Aldersgate
U.S. National Whitewater Center
*List as of fall 2021 and subject to change/additions.