At National Geographic Photo Camp, young people from underserved communities, including at-risk and refugee teens, learn how to use photography to tell their own stories, explore the world around them, and develop deep connections with others.
World-class National Geographic photographers and National Geographic magazine editors provide students with a personalized, immersive learning experience, inspiring the next generation of photojournalists. Then, through intimate presentations in their own communities and public exhibitions that reach millions of viewers, National Geographic Photo Camp showcases the students’ perspectives on issues that are important to all of us.
March 28, 2019 – June 20, 2019
In collaboration with National Geographic, the Kennedy Center will exhibit 100 photographs
taken by students participants from diverse communities across ten countries from National Geographic Photo Camps.
Explore photos and stories from recent camps.
Learn more about past camps and view student photos.
Your donation helps young people from underserved communities, including at-risk and refugee teens, learn to use photography to tell their stories, explore the world around them, and develop deep connections with others. You can change the future for the future of our planet by supporting the National Geographic Society today.
National Geographic Photo Camp is sponsored by the National Geographic Center of Excellence in Photography in partnership with VisionWorkshops of Annapolis, Maryland. To date, National Geographic has sponsored 85 Photo Camps with thousands of students in more than 20 countries.
For more than a decade, Photo Camp has relied on its on-the-ground partners, such as Internews, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, the Norwegian Red Cross, Boys and Girls Clubs, Mercy Corps, and USAID, and many more to reach students all over the world. If you would like to partner with Photo Camp, email us here.
Top Image: Stacy Gold/National Geographic Photo Camp staff