NorCal T-Camp

We are excited to announce our 5th annual NorCal T-Camp!

When is it? March 26, 2022
Where is it? Berkeley, CA (The venue has a large outdoor patio AND the space is large enough to allow for social distancing when indoors. You can see pictures of the space here)
When is the application due? Application has been extended to Monday, Feb 28th at 11:59PM

Who can apply? We welcome applicants from any Northern California college or university, including community colleges.
When will I be notified about my acceptance? Participants will be notified if they were selected to attend by March 7, 2022. 
We look forward to seeing you at NorCal T Camp 2022! If you have any questions, please contact the NorCal T-Camp Planning Committee (norcaltcamp@gmail.com). 

How will y'all be COVID safe? Great question. 1. Folks will wear masks at all times (except to eat or drink water) 2. Folks will provide proof of full COVID 19 Vaccination history 3. Folks will provide proof of a negative COVID 19 test 4. Food will be served outdoors to allow for airflow 5. Air purifiers will be present in the space 6. Venue space is large enough to allow for social distancing of participants 

Apply Here 

History of T Camp: NorCal T-Camp is typically an intercampus two-day retreat for northern California college and university students to explore gender identity and expression and to engage in dialogue with our peers. This year, NorCal T-Camp will be a one-day event in order to prioritize community health and safety while still allowing us to gather in person. This event is specifically for students who are trans, transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, agender, gender creative, genderfluid, gender questioning, and/or elsewhere or outside the realm of gender. Retreat facilitators include transgender and genderqueer community members, as well as campus LGBTQIA+ resource professionals.

We encourage you to apply for T-Camp if:

  • You are a Trans, Non-binary, Genderqueer, Agender, or Gender questioning college student
  • You wish to explore your own gender identity/expression and engage in dialogue with others
  • You wish to build community with your peers across multiple campuses and experiences
  • You wish to gain knowledge regarding trans issues, self-care, wellness, and accessing resources and support