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Victory Junction Camp Counselors Gain Service Insight at HPU

06.6.2014

HIGH POINT, N.C., June 6, 2014 – High Point University hosted 100 camp counselors and staff from Victory Junction, a year-round camping facility in Randleman that serves local children with serious medical conditions, on its campus this week.

HPU staff, known for its focus on students and mission to care for their pursuit of academic and personal success, shared with camp counselors its approach for providing a stellar experience from the first day students arrive to the day they graduate. They also discussed service models that are relevant to Victory Junction’s campers and its daily operations.

“Victory Junction visited High Point University to learn service techniques from a respectable university who strives to give their students above and beyond the normal college experience,” said William Wright, program operations specialist at Victory Junction. “Our staff was so impressed with HPU staff, their passion to serve and the facilities designed to be student-focused. We received several key concepts that we will utilize this summer to enhance our level of ability to serve our campers who live with chronic and life-threatening illnesses. Victory Junction will always remember Dr. Nido Qubein’s motto, ‘We live, they watch, they learn.’”

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