Below are some links to campus and youth organizations and some related links of note.
Camp Quest provides an educational adventure shaped by fun, friends and freethought, featuring science, natural wonder and humanist values. Started in 1996, Camp Quest supports a network of summer camps for children and teens that encourage critical thinking and skepticism. Aimed at campers from atheist, agnostic, and other secular families, Camp Quest is open to campers from all worldview backgrounds.
Regional Affiliate Links:
- Camp Quest
- Camp Quest Arizona
- Camp Quest Chesapeake (MD)
- Camp Quest Colorado
- Camp Quest Kansas City
- Camp Quest Michigan
- Camp Quest Minnesota
- Camp Quest Montana
- Camp Quest New England (CT)
- Camp Quest NorthWest (WA)
- Camp Quest Ohio
- Camp Quest Oklahoma
- Camp Quest Smoky Mts. (TN)
- Camp Quest South Carolina
- Camp Quest Texas
- Camp Quest West (CA)
- Overseas Partner: Camp Quest Schweiz (Switzerland)
- Overseas Partner: Camp Quest UK
The Center for Inquiry On Campus advances humanist ideas and activism on college campuses and provides leadership training, volunteer opportunities, internships, and educational resources for students through its network of nationwide and international affiliates.
Kids Without God, a site for the millions of young people around the world who have embraced science, rejected superstition, and are dedicated to being Good Without A God!
Kids Without God was created and maintained by the American Humanist Association (AHA) in order to provide a digital resource for children, teenagers and parents who are interested in learning more about humanism and non-theism.
Humanists have good reason to unite a coalition of the willing to dispel harmful myths, teach positive values, and provide the educational foundation for an outlook that embraces all of humanity as one people. The Kochhar Humanist Education Center will offer lifelong education resources toward these ends and provide policy recommendations that stimulate society to break down the barriers of prejudice and leave a common and rational approach to knowledge in its place.
Humanist chaplaincies serve much the same roles as their religious counterparts, but focus on being good without a belief in a god. They provide consultation, preside over ceremonies, and offer opportunities for educational outreaches and community service projects to nonreligious students and members of the armed forces.
The goal of Secular-Parenting is to give parents who want to raise their children free from the dogma of religion a place to communicate and share with like-minded people from all over the world!
The Secular Student Alliance organizes, unites, educates, and serves students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics. Founded in 2000, the Secular Student Alliance supports a rapidly growing network of over 350 atheist, agnostic, and humanist groups on high school and college campuses.
Links to staffed regions and regional networks below:
SSA Staffed Regions
Southeastern Region (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN)
SSA Regional Networks
Northeast Secular Student Network (PA, NJ, NYC)