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WHAT EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND CE


At Camp Electric we want to encourage all musicians and media makers, no matter where in the journey they may be. We do ask that there be a 6 month minimum experience for all students. At certain times of instruction, you will be grouped according to your skill level. Because different people will develop at different speeds time does not always dictate level. We ask the student and parents to evaluate where they feel most comfortable. Experience levels are beginner, intermediate, or advanced. When deciding which skill level, we ask that you consider how long your student has been playing, the type of lessons or training they've had, their experience with performing in public, and how well they perform surrounded by other students. We encourage students to challenge themselves this week and break out of their comfort zone. Music reading is not required at Camp Electric. Skill level cannot be changed after April 1st, and students cannot change skill levels once at camp. There is no exception to this rule.




CAN I PICK DIFFERENT CLASSES/INSTRUMENTS FOR THE WEEK


No, each student must choose one instrument/media class to focus on for the week of Camp Electric. Example: If you or your student picks the "Acoustic Guitar" track at the time of registration they will need to attend the "Acoustic Guitar" classes and not be allowed to attend other tracks. For any questions regarding this please reach out to our office. 800-755-0242




STUDENT INSTRUCTOR RATIO


We call instruction time classes and clinics. During clinics, students are divided by instrument, and there is one or two instructors who lead the large clinic groups. These clinics might involve break out sessions. During classes, there is one instructor for no more than a classroom of students. This is where the students get hands on instruction from our artists.




WHAT FREE-TIME OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE


Rock With The Band - Jam with some of your favorite artist on stage. Music Production - Full Circle Music goes over producing a song from start to finish. Guitar Battle - Daily guitar battle winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Drum-Off - Daily drum off winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Songwriting 101 - Work with one of the top songwriters in the industry. Music Business 101 - Trevecca professors give a crash course of Music Business. Content Creation 101 - From podcasting and streaming to social media and design, get started in knowing your brand here.





From nightly concerts by some of the biggest names in Christian music, to lessons and clinics taught by the best in the industry, we understand that value is everything.

That's why at Camp Electric students not only receive top notch instruction, they also are given priceless memories, along with an experience at a premier university in the heart of Nashville, TN.

All this includes meals, lodging, devotions, curriculum, concerts, and we're just getting started!

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Recognized lead and research engineer in transport logistics, transport-technological systems at country, region, city and company level.

Consults companies in Europe on Logistics and transportation management (air, rail, road and sea), optimization of transportation flows, and transportation management automation.

Received his Ph.D. in transport logistics and economies with highest recognition at the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical Institute (State Technical University).





 
 

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Jürgen is a global entrepreneur, human-tech transformation evangelist, and a trusted advisor to the board in transformation, talent & digital platform growth, by creating future-proof ecosystems and attracting next-generation leaders on a global level.

Focused his 25+ year career as General Manager in strategy consulting, executive recruiting and industry line responsibilities for companies such as Booz & Company, Heidrick & Struggles, BASF JV Brazil, Reckitt Benckiser, Deutsche Telekom, and others.

Delivered more than 100 growth, transformation, leadership, and innovation ecosystem projects in more than 20 countries. Recently advising companies in the design and implementation of B2B2C2C platforms, including the selection of transformational executives and leaders to drive digital scalability, digital governance and accountability, and a self-sustaining culture of creative connectivity.

From 2010 to 2016 he led the market and innovation platform project "Global Industry Transformation 2010-2030”, coordinating design and implementation of an Innovation & Growth platform B2B2C2C- Business to Communities - connecting multiple ecosystems across mobility, high tech material, low carbon and socio-political transformation value chains in China, India, Brazil, and Russia. In 2012 he co-developed the innovative CEO's Legacy platform in cooperation with the IMD business school and Dom Cabral Foundation.

He holds a PhD in Sustainability & Competitiveness in High Tech Industries from the University of St. Gallen, both an MBA and a Master of Philosophy & Business Informatics from the University of Mannheim. Has been active as Professor & Research Leader in strategy & transformational leadership - mostly industry-financed, with business schools like Cheung Kong, FDC-IMD, Insead, Skolkovo & UNMSM. Started his professional career as a Jazz saxophonist for the hotel group Hyatt in Birmingham /Alabama.





GENERAL CANCELLATION


Between March 1 and March 31, 2020, all persons requesting cancelations will receive 50% of their payments back as a refund, excluding the non-refundable, non-transferable registration deposit of $199. Between April 1 and April 29, 2020, all persons requesting cancellation will receive 25% of their payments back, excluding the non-refundable, non-transferrable registration deposit of $199. Beginning April 30, 2020, no refunds will be given for cancellations. No refunds will be issued prior to camp. All refunds will be issued after the final session of camp has ended. $199 is considered the non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit for each student registered, regardless of amount paid at the time of registration. By submitting your student's registration, you agree to this term. All pricing, payment plan options, and term & conditions are subject to change.




NATIONAL DISASTER CANCELLATION


We will always follow through with hosting planned events. However, in these uncertain times post-9/11, a national disaster or act of terror could render us both unable to host a planned event and unable to return your deposits. We hire staff, purchase equipment, and rent non-refundable facilities based on your reservations. Please be advised that if a Camp Electric event is cancelled due to such extraordinary circumstances, we cannot refund your deposits regardless of other published cancellation dates and deadlines.




WEATHER CANCELLATION


Camp Electric has your safety in mind as we host events. If we are unable to host an event due to weather conditions, deposits cannot be refunded. Refunds of final balance payments will be made only if properties and/or locations refund Camp Electric for these costs. If an event is hosted as scheduled and you or your group cancels or reduces numbers due to weather conditions, all payments are non-refundable.




TRAVEL INSURANCE


Camp Electric strongly reccomends all students, chaperones, and interns purchase travel insurance. Everyone is aware things and schedules can change, we want to help insure that you are covered if anything unforseen happens and you are unable to attend. Common travel problems like flight delays, travel injuries and illnesses, unpredictable weather and lost or stolen luggage are why today’s smart travelers travel with a Travel Guard® travel insurance plan. To see about coverage options please click HERE.





 

WHAT EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND CE


At Camp Electric we want to encourage all musicians and media makers, no matter where in the journey they may be. We do ask that there be a 6 month minimum experience for all students. At certain times of instruction, you will be grouped according to your skill level. Because different people will develop at different speeds time does not always dictate level. We ask the student and parents to evaluate where they feel most comfortable. Experience levels are beginner, intermediate, or advanced. When deciding which skill level, we ask that you consider how long your student has been playing, the type of lessons or training they've had, their experience with performing in public, and how well they perform surrounded by other students. We encourage students to challenge themselves this week and break out of their comfort zone. Music reading is not required at Camp Electric. Skill level cannot be changed after April 1st, and students cannot change skill levels once at camp. There is no exception to this rule.




CAN I PICK DIFFERENT CLASSES/INSTRUMENTS FOR THE WEEK


No, each student must choose one instrument/media class to focus on for the week of Camp Electric. Example: If you or your student picks the "Acoustic Guitar" track at the time of registration they will need to attend the "Acoustic Guitar" classes and not be allowed to attend other tracks. For any questions regarding this please reach out to our office. 800-755-0242




STUDENT INSTRUCTOR RATIO


We call instruction time classes and clinics. During clinics, students are divided by instrument, and there is one or two instructors who lead the large clinic groups. These clinics might involve break out sessions. During classes, there is one instructor for no more than a classroom of students. This is where the students get hands on instruction from our artists.




WHAT FREE-TIME OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE


Rock With The Band - Jam with some of your favorite artist on stage. Music Production - Full Circle Music goes over producing a song from start to finish. Guitar Battle - Daily guitar battle winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Drum-Off - Daily drum off winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Songwriting 101 - Work with one of the top songwriters in the industry. Music Business 101 - Trevecca professors give a crash course of Music Business. Content Creation 101 - From podcasting and streaming to social media and design, get started in knowing your brand here.





 

WHAT EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND CE


At Camp Electric we want to encourage all musicians and media makers, no matter where in the journey they may be. We do ask that there be a 6 month minimum experience for all students. At certain times of instruction, you will be grouped according to your skill level. Because different people will develop at different speeds time does not always dictate level. We ask the student and parents to evaluate where they feel most comfortable. Experience levels are beginner, intermediate, or advanced. When deciding which skill level, we ask that you consider how long your student has been playing, the type of lessons or training they've had, their experience with performing in public, and how well they perform surrounded by other students. We encourage students to challenge themselves this week and break out of their comfort zone. Music reading is not required at Camp Electric. Skill level cannot be changed after April 1st, and students cannot change skill levels once at camp. There is no exception to this rule.




CAN I PICK DIFFERENT CLASSES/INSTRUMENTS FOR THE WEEK


No, each student must choose one instrument/media class to focus on for the week of Camp Electric. Example: If you or your student picks the "Acoustic Guitar" track at the time of registration they will need to attend the "Acoustic Guitar" classes and not be allowed to attend other tracks. For any questions regarding this please reach out to our office. 800-755-0242




STUDENT INSTRUCTOR RATIO


We call instruction time classes and clinics. During clinics, students are divided by instrument, and there is one or two instructors who lead the large clinic groups. These clinics might involve break out sessions. During classes, there is one instructor for no more than a classroom of students. This is where the students get hands on instruction from our artists.




WHAT FREE-TIME OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE


Rock With The Band - Jam with some of your favorite artist on stage. Music Production - Full Circle Music goes over producing a song from start to finish. Guitar Battle - Daily guitar battle winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Drum-Off - Daily drum off winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Songwriting 101 - Work with one of the top songwriters in the industry. Music Business 101 - Trevecca professors give a crash course of Music Business. Content Creation 101 - From podcasting and streaming to social media and design, get started in knowing your brand here.





 
 
 

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Recognized lead and research engineer in transport logistics, transport-technological systems at country, region, city and company level.

Consults companies in Europe on Logistics and transportation management (air, rail, road and sea), optimization of transportation flows, and transportation management automation.

Received his Ph.D. in transport logistics and economies with highest recognition at the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical Institute (State Technical University).





HOW MANY CHAPERONES PER STUDENTS


We will have 1 adult chaperone per 12 students. There will always be female chaperones for the girls and male chaperones for the boys.




HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE TO CHAPERONE


We require that all chaperones be at least 24 years of age. If you are under 25 years but too old to be a camper, please see the "interns" page.




ARE PARENTS ALLOWED TO CHAPERONE AT CAMP


Yes, parents are certainly allowed to attend camp as a chaperone. As a matter of fact, the majority of our chaperones are parents of campers. However, parents and guardians are subject to the same safety and security procedures as the rest of the staff and volunteers. To inquire about being a chaperone please email info@campelectric.com or sign up by filling out the chaperone application.




WHAT IS THE APPROVAL PROCESS


All instructors, chaperones, assistants and camp workers are required to complete a full disclosure application. (This includes a personal testimony of their faith.) They are also personally interviewed before they are invited to be a part of the Camp Electric team, and we call community and church references for each application we receive. In addition, background checks are run on all of our instructors, chaperones, interns, assistants, and camp workers.




WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A CHAPERONE


We consider being a chaperone a privilege as well as a responsibility. We hope that each chaperone will be there for the benefit of all the students, and not for their own personal benefit. Chaperones are responsible for the students at all times. We request that chaperones refrain from leaving the campus for any reason other than accompanying their group to hotel housing (if applicable). Chaperones are expected to know where each member of their group is at all times and to check in with them frequently throughout the day including, enforcing “lights out” each night. Chaperones will also be responsible for leading daily devotionals that involve praying with your students. The devotionals are printed and given to chaperones and students in the camp handbook. Chaperones will be asked to help out in other ways, too, during the day while students are in instructional time. Also, our camp is a tobacco free camp (this includes vaping) and chaperones are expected to abide by this policy as well.




IS THERE A COST TO CHAPERONE


Yes. The cost of being a chaperone covers all meals, lodging, and any materials chaperones receive at camp. Also, lodging is provided on Saturday night for chaperones and any campers they bring, so this cost helps cover that night of lodging as well. The chaperone fee is $300.




HOW DO I APPLY TO CHAPERONE


We have made the process very easy, just submit your application HERE. It is a thorough and time-consuming process, as we take the chaperone position very seriously and consider it an honor and a privilege.




INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN INTERN FOR CE


Interning is a great way to be involved with Camp Electric. (Ages 20 -24) Just as chaperones minister to the students of Camp Electric, interns minister to the staff. Interns at CE work alongside the CE Staff with office, backstage, planning, and organizational details. Interns are also required to complete a full-disclosure application and complete a background check. The interning application process is thorough, as we also take this job very seriously and regard interning as a privilege. The same fee associated with chaperoning is associated with interning, as we try to keep other camp costs as low as possible. To get started with the application click HERE.