Atlanta, GA, January 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. supports five Darton College students of Albany, Georgia being accepted into an international internship program called, Camp Adventure. This is a history-making moment for the institution and the individual students. The Darton College students accepted into the program are: O’Bryan Shelley, Richard Austin, Romaz Jones, Kameesha Jenkins, and Wallace Robinson. For 3 months, each student will be traveling to Hawaii, Spain, England, and etc., respectively, to serve U.S. military youth as their support for our troops and their families, while receiving valuable skills and training for their careers in education. Camp Adventure™ Youth Services is a nationally award winning model demonstration program incorporating the principles of service learning into the educational experiences of individuals. Promoting high-quality, high-impact program and services for children and youth, Camp Adventure™ Youth Services encourages global awareness and cultural sensitivity as well as diversity and inclusion. The program is dedicated to integrating theory with practice. The program is offered at 150 sites in Asia, Europe, and the United States, and serves 750,000 children and youth annually based on daily participation rates. The Darton College students traveled to the regional training site for the southeast region of the U.S., Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU) in Tallahassee, Florida, December 3, 2011 for the interview, upon forwarding their application of interest. The students learned as of January 4, 2012 that they were accepted. Again, Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. and its founders – Talia Ashley and Cecillia Morris -- are extremely proud of the students, as Ms. Ashley is the chief mentor for each student’s acceptance and participation in the Camp Adventure program. Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. is a non-profit organization which mentors youth and families to improve the educational pursuits of the global community.