In 2010, organizers of the Narra Girls Club, inspired by the experience of a mom who supervised a successful summer camp for girls in the US, organized and founded the Trailblazer Camp. From then on, Trailblazer became a yearly national leadership camp for girls, being participated by numerous girls mainly from Paref Woodrose School in Alabang, Muntinlupa and from other schools around the country. Because of the growing demand for another summer camp, this time to cater to participants in the northern and eastern part of Metro Manila, the Pathfinder Leadership Camp was then subsequentially born in 2012.
The first Pathfinder Camp was held on April 2013, and like Trailblazer, it was open to incoming grade 6 to second year high school girls. This time, girls mainly from Paref Rosehill School in Antipolo and from schools in Pampanga, Bacolod, Nueva Ecija, Iloilo and General Santos joined.
Pathfinder recognizes that young women have a special contribution and role in society and the family. With this in mind, Pathfinder Leadership Camp aims to provide them with the proper guidance and encouragement they need to discover their talents to become good leaders. Our summer camp program aims to inspire and encourage these young women to set high goals and motivate them to use their talents to serve others at home, at school and in the community.
The doctrinal and spiritual aspects of the activities are entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church. Knowing the importance of the spiritual dimension in a program such as this, all activities during camp are designed to help cultivate moral values, character virtues, leadership skills, and strong interpersonal relationships in a fun and wholesome environment.