Over 400 students from primary to medical school and post graduate attended the event, headlined as "Mentorship, Life Skills, and Career Guidance as Tools of Success." The students heard from several motivation guest speakers, they elected a new students' committee, participated in a business planning competition and a music, dance, and drama festival! Precious and Andrea, S.O.U.L.'s Global Health Corps Fellows as well as Dr. Dan, a Medical university-sponsored student, held breakout sessions on health to the girls and boys, respectively. The Camp's Guest of Honor was Kisambira Eria, the Jinja District Education Officer and the Inspector of Secondary Schools, who was grateful to S.O.U.L. Foundation for the amazing work done in this community. He further appealed to students: "You are so blessed to have such pople supporting you in school, use this chance to read hard and make a big difference, I see a lot of potential here." S.O.U.L. students and staff rewarded the Guest of Honor with a standing ovation.After a close business competition settled in a tie, and a music festival to wrap up the event, the students left the camp feeling encouraged to continue following their dreams.