Date: Monday, July 5 – Friday, July 9
Times: 12:00pm-3:00pm daily (EST)
Location: Online through Discord
Who: Any student currently in, or about to graduate from, high school. Students from around the world are welcome.
Price: $250 CAD (complete financial support is available, especially for those who wish to attend multiple camps – contact email@example.com)
Deadline to register: Sunday, July 4
Activities: What makes an argument strong? What makes it weak? How can I learn to dissect arguments like lawyers on TV? Through interactive games and engaging discussion, students will learn the anatomy/recipe to creating strong arguments (and exposing weak ones!). One hint: arguments have nothing to do with emotion and everything to do with structure and principles. With the help of a professional philosopher, you will learn this structure and how to wield it with confidence. Will you be able to handle this power? Only time will tell. . . . .
For questions contact Jeffrey.firstname.lastname@example.org
This camp is great for students who want to:
- enhance their Ethics Bowl and debate skills
- go to law school
- write strong and convincing essays
- win arguments with friends, family, and foes
“This camp will improve your chances of getting into law school, help you to write compelling essays, and teach you to view arguments the way an architect views a building. Attending this camp is a no-brainer for maverick students.” Jeffrey Senese, President, Ontario High School Ethics Bowl
Instructor: Robert Mason (PhD Candidate)
Check out our other two camps