Day Campers come out Monday through Friday 9:00-4:00, The program is designed for Parents (caregivers) and their children entering Pre-school, Kindergarten up to 5th grade. The Course of each day is designed to Explore of Your Child's Innate Interest, Gifts and Talents in preparation of their educational journey.
Spring and Youth Retreat is a special weekend session for those campers ranging from 6th grade to seniors in high school. The structure and activities of this Retreat are designed to give each camper a little more freedom in their daily activities directly related to exploring themselves and creating a road map/vision board supporting their individual vision for their future endeavors.
Summer Youth Work Camp is how we kick off our fun-packed summer every year. It lasts a half week, and is an opportunity for campers for High School to College Students wanting the opportunity to learn and experience Traditional Indigenous Life Ways. But don’t let the word "work" discourage you from participating … there is plenty of time to relax and hang out with old friends and new. Consider great cook outs and home-cooked meals that we are famous for serving during our regular sessions and its all topped off with nightly reflections and celebrations singing around the campfire.
Mother and child anticipate what the experience will be when separating for the first time. Parents may experience anxiety about their child's transition from the security of their home to a foreign environment among strangers...
Our program supports the caregiver/parent to help prepare and support their child's healthy transitional experience, so they will come to love the learning environment and excel academically.
The Spring and Fall Youth Camp's goal of our program to guide our campers with an insightful explorative adventure to discover who they are and who they want to become. Our mentors and career guidance counselors will work with each camper to identify their innate gifts and talents, so that they can be incorporated into their life plan.
The Summer Youth Work Program offers High School and College students the opportunity to develop personal and professional discipline in preparation of launching their careers, ensuring their educational pursuits are aligned with their career choices. Ensuring a return on their investment not only monetarily, but personally and professionally fulfilling.
Renewable Energy is Abundant and the Technology is always being upgraded. For example, there is a demand for Solar to produce electricity with solar panels, heat with solar heaters and solar water heaters.
Large Solar infrastructure projects are being proposed across the country and the demand for skilled labor is in high demand.
Our Solar programs span the gamete and so to the workforce training opportunities.
PFAL leadership coordinated a Solar Heater Refurbishing Training and Installation project in partnership with Greyhills Academy High School.
The students later installed them for the elderly to replace their wood burning stoves.
The iCATIS organization was another partner who was tasked to ensure the envelope of the structure had sufficient air flow and energy efficient before installing the heaters in the homes.
Access to safe drinking water is a human right, however it depends on where you live. Here in the richest most powerful, advanced nation...there is a lack of access to water on Indian Country. Here on Navajo, many have distant locations where they draw water from wells built over a half a century.
On Navajo COVID 19 has affected and infected more than any other country per capita. One of the major contributors is the lack of access to water.
To address this issue, PFAL has partnered with key Emergency Response Experts to provide Navajo communities the components for assembling home water nano filtration systems for families who lack running water to their homes.
Food Security begins with family and community gardens. In this day in-age, we cannot afford not to begin growing our own food. Traditionally this nation has been self-sufficient in producing healthy food. This is no longer the case,
Consider, Monsanto is the largest producer of genetically engineered (GE) seeds on the planet, accounting for over 90% of the GE seeds planted globally in 2003.
And God said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind, on the earth.”