2019 Auburn Summer Camp Registration is Now Open

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Brooke Peace Harris
Auburn-Opelika Tourism Bureau
1/2/2019

2019 Auburn Summer Camp Registration is Now Open

Fall goes by in a flash and the holidays are a blink. Spring is a beautiful time of the year here, but Summer will be here before we know it. Summer camp registration is open now. Auburn Youth Programs provides learning and adventure for your child at Auburn University. No matter their interests, AYP has a camp just right for them!

We have listed just a few of the camps they’re offering this year. Be sure to check out the full list or if you’re looking for a camp but need a place to start? Use the "Find Your Camp" tool and find the right camp for your child based on their age and interest.

A non-summer option:
ROBO Camp | Saturdays in February (2, 9, 16, 23) | Grades 6-11

ROBO CAMP is a program developed by the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering to introduce students to computer science and computational thinking concepts and hands-on applications using different computer and robotics programming frameworks.
MIT App Inventor, Python, Lego Mindstorms NXT and Lego EV3, and 3D printing will be only few of the programming frameworks used for hands-on applications.

ROBO Camp is intended for grades 6th – 11th and will be held during four Saturdays in February (2, 9, 16, & 23) from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Visit www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/robocamp.htm for more information!


Summer camps:
Summer Art Studio | June 2-7 | Grades 9-12

This program is for rising 9th - 12th grade students who have an interest in ceramics and printmaking. Throughout the week, campers will learn about surface design techniques and hand-building, an ancient pottery-making technique where campers will create forms using their hands and simple tools. They will also try their skills at wheel throwing and learn about barrel or smoke firing their work. In addition to ceramics, campers will also experiment with colorful and expressive printmaking techniques to make progressively complex images through layering. Campers will then compose and construct artist books to present the images they made. Camp will take place in Biggin Hall and the 3D Arts Building where campers will receive instruction that will jump-start and expand their art making abilities.

Visit www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/summerartstudio.htm for more information!


Construction Management Summer Academy for Young Women | June 4-8 | Grades 11-12

The Construction Management Summer Academy for Young Women hosted by the Auburn University McWhorter School of Building Science is a program geared toward rising 11th - 12th grade female students interested in learning about the exciting and diverse career opportunities available in construction management.
This 5 day/4 night camp is designed to:
• Provide hands-on and experiential learning activities incorporating construction drawings, materials/methods, and technologies
• Educate the participants on safety management principles, field operations, project management, pre-construction services and other key topics in the industry
• Encourage and educate the participants on professional career options available in construction
• Offer the participants opportunity to interact with McWhorter School of Building Science faculty, industry professionals and current students
• Provide positive experiences on a university campus
There will be opportunities for hands-on construction experiences, visiting an active construction site field trip, working in collaborative team exercises specific to the construction industry to evoke critical thinking and develop deeper problem-solving skills, and more!

Visit http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/constructionmgmt.htmfor more information!


GlobalConnect Camp | June 23-28 | Grades 10-12

GLOBALCONNECT camp is designed to expose students to world perspective, international education, intercultural communication and current affairs happenings. The program focuses on selected countries from each of the seven continents with special emphasis on culture, education, geography, history, politics, economics, and tourism. The goals of the camp are to educate students about global engagement, promote multicultural, learning, respect and tolerance towards foreign population through students’ participation and practical activities.

During the five (5) day camp, students will study various selected countries, debunk myths surrounding some countries, culture awareness, education, religion, politics and related topics. Participants will get opportunity to learn basic foreign languages, arts, how to prepare international food and engage in activities aimed at enhancing multicultural understanding, diversity experience, leadership skills and inspire collaboration among peers.

Visit www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/globalconnect.htm for more information!

Emergency Medical Response Camp | July 21-26 | Grades 11-12

For anyone interested in a field of emergency medicine, or in serving on the response team as a non-EMS responder in the government, corporate, law enforcement, or corrections field, the Emergency Medical Response course provides invaluable skills and knowledge to help responders appropriately help at the scene of an emergency. This team-based, interactive course covers topics such as medical terminology, effective communication, and basic patient assessment techniques. Campers will learn how to take vitals, proper lifting and moving skills, in addition to treatment for a variety of common emergencies. Campers will also earn their healthcare-level American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification.

This camp is made possible through a partnership with CarePoint Resources. It is led by active and experienced Paramedics with additional insight provided from local leaders in the field of emergency medicine. Upon completion, participants will be certified for 2-years in ASHI Emergency Medical Response and AHA Basic Life Support. While this training is not intended to cross into the EMS field, it provides an excellent foundation for those serving in a non-EMS role, or who may one day enter the field of EMS.

Visit http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/emr.htm for more information!


All camps:
Camp participants will experience campus-life while residing in Auburn's resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social and recreational activities. Campers will have 24/7 counselor supervision.

 

 

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