Current Availability (spaces open):

Take a look at the chart below for information on when and where you can join SSP next summer! The number of spaces listed in the chart are the number of openings we currently have for volunteers.

Open Sessions:

Please note the following sessions are flexible in length (6-night or 5-night) and program type (see session colors), decided by the first group to register:

  • Navajo Nation Week 4
  • Navajo Nation Week 5


5-night sessions are indicated via asterisk(*). All other sessions run for 6 nights (Sunday – Saturday).

  • Sunday – Friday:
    • Week 1
      • Navajo Nation
      • Del Norte County
      • Chiloquin
    • Week 5
      • Del Norte County
      • Chiloquin

Please note the program schedule may be subject to change by volunteer interest and program needs. 

2024 Summer Program Documents:

Summer Registration Timeline

  • October 3:
    • Info packet available with program and registration details
  • October 10-31:
    • Priority registration open
    • Group sign-up fee & per-person deposits due to register
    • The priority registration period determines the length and program type of each session
  • Early November:
    • Priority placements are made
      • If placement does not work for your group, notify the SSP office by November 15th to receive a refund or credit for the group sign-up fee.
  • After priority placements:


Have Questions?

SSP's Group Registration Portal
Priority registration for summer 2020 will be open October 1-31. If you are your group's liaison, click the button to login to your MySSP account.
New to SSP? Welcome!
If your group is new to SSP, create a login request to so that you can register your group for SSP's programs.
Update Your Group's SSP Liaison
SSP has one primary contact with your group. To update your SSP liaison, email Veronica.

2024 Partner Communities: Navajo Nation | Del Norte County | Chiloquin

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