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  • Bed linens – sheets (single/twin size), blankets or sleeping bag, pillow cases

  • Pillow

  • Bath Towels

  • Face Masks (optional)

  • Toiletries – shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, personal care products

  • Hair dryer

  • Hand sanitizer

  • Clothing

    • NOTE: We are not in the business of policing ambassadors on their clothing choices. Our belief is that if you trust them enough to attend a four day summer camp they have enough autonomy to dress themselves - but a few exceptions apply. Ambassadors may not wear clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, or other inappropriate references. This includes any words, images, phrases, etc. that are deemed to be discriminatory towards any marginalized group of individuals. ​

  • Casual, comfortable clothing – shirts, shorts, jeans/long pants, etc.

  • Nice dress attire for Sunday (business casual / mildly dressy)

    • Ladies – skirts, dresses or dress pants

    • Men – nice pants and shirt/polo (no suits required)

  • Jacket, sweatshirt or other long sleeve shirts

  • Sturdy walking shoes

  • Closed-toe shoes for community service

  • Umbrella and/or rain coat

  • Alarm clock

  • Small fan (optional)

  • Small amount of spending money (optional – for HOBY merchandise and other items available during the weekend)

  • Camera

  • Water bottle

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Prescription Medication – *see notes below*

  • OTC medication as needed

  • Health Insurance Card

  • Directions to Seminar

  • Any completed pre-seminar forms or room key deposit checks that were not previously returned to us by mail (applies only to late registrants)

Prescription Medication:

If applicable, be sure to bring any prescription medication. Please bring only as much medication as will reasonably be needed during the HOBY event (4 days). Medication must be in its original container as labeled by the pharmacy. Please refer to the Policy for Use of Medication During a HOBY Event included in the Emergency Medical Information

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