Come Learn, Explore, and have FUN at UNCP!
2021 UNCP Summer Camps offer opportunities for fun, friendship, and exploration!
June 14-18 - Rising 1st-4th graders
June 21-25 - Rising 5th-8th graders
Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ; Friday 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke offers rising 1st to rising 8th graders the opportunity to join the Junior Braves program for a week of fun, creativity and problem solving. The Junior Braves program is designed to motivate and inspire young learners to explore and excel at challenging activities. Junior Braves will be introduced to UNC Pembroke and a variety of academic and technological skills. Enrichment classes provide opportunities for students to increase their knowledge and improve academic skills. The academically challenging classes are designed to foster development of independent learning strategies as well as offer new experiences, discoveries, challenges and excitement.
Brave Discovery: STEM CAMP
June 21-25 - Rising 9th -11th grades
Brave Discovery is a weeklong experience where campers learn and apply techniques from a variety of S.T.E.M. disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Medicine, Computer Science, and Mathematics.
Campers will participate in interactive opportunities designed around solving a specific problem utilizing skills from various STEM disciplines. They will identify an issue and propose solutions to solve the problem, all while sampling the life of a college student. This week-long camp will incorporate “hands-on” activities in our labs, collaborating in teams and working as individuals, using video and computing to create presentations, as well as, venturing off-campus for field engagement activities.
Note: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Brave Discovery will not be residential this year. The daily schedule will be 9 am – 4 pm, Monday – Friday.
National Summer Transportation Institute
July 12th - August 6th
Rising 11th -12th grades
Cost: FREE (Complete Application at the bottom of this page)
The NSTI program is focused on science, technology, engineering and math for high school students. Program objectives are to improve STEM skills, provide awareness to high school students about transportation careers, and encourage participants to consider transportation-related fields of study in their higher education pursuits.
During the four-weeks campers will:
- Take part in hands-on exploration of our transportation systems
- Exploring career opportunities and develop new skills
- Take educational field trips
- Participate in college ready sessions
- Enjoy recreational activities emphasizing Team Building, Leadership and Communication
College Bound: SAT Summer Institute
POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON
The SAT Summer Institute is an intensive test prep program that provides students with the tools they need to prepare for and ace the SAT. The condensed one-week format is a convenient way for students to develop essential test-taking tools. Students receive in-depth review of the exam materials, insight into strategies for succeeding on standardized tests, and a comprehensive study plan.Students will spend the morning on test preparation and the afternoon shifts experiencing dozens of other enrichment courses. In addition, students can learn how to apply for financial aid and scholarships, and gain the skills and confidence they need to succeed.
Note: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, College Bound will not be residential this year. The daily schedule will be 9 am – 4 pm, Monday – Friday.
Agriculture Leaders Institute for American Indian Youth
July 19-23 - Rising 10th -12th grades
The American Indian Youth Agri Program is a weeklong day-camp experience where campers learn and apply techniques from a variety of Agriculture disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, with a focus on Entrepreneurship. This week-long day camp will incorporate “hands-on” activities in our community farms, collaborating in teams and working as individuals, and demonstrating business development skills.
USDA Virtual Summer Camp for American Indian High School Students
The Southeast American Indian Studies (SAIS) Program at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the sixth annual Safeguarding Our Natural Heritage Youth Program.
The program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and hosted by SAIS, will be held July 12-16, 2021.
To apply visit www.uncp.edu/sonh
Kids In The Garden
June 21st to July 2nd, 2021
Are you interested in learning about science, engineering, and technology by doing tons of great science experiments and activities? Do you want to explore careers in science, technology, and engineering? Do you love flowers, insects, to go outside and explore, to learn about bees and beekeeping, and to go on field trips? Do you like to make crafts from natural objects? If so, then, our program is for you!
To apply visit www.uncp.edu/departments/biology/kids-garden-program
For additional information please contact:
Young Entrepreneurs Summer Camp
August 2nd – 6th - 8th grade
Young Entrepreneurs Summer Camp will be hosted at the Thomas Entrepreneurship Hub. It will feature the “Icehouse Entrepreneurship Program.” This program is designed to empower students by exposing them to entrepreneurial thinking while immersing them in entrepreneurial experiences that will enable them to develop creativity and critical thinking, effective problem solving, teamwork, and other entrepreneurial skills - skills that will enable them to succeed regardless of their chosen path. On the final day of camp there will be a “pitch” competition with awards and prizes!
Please read what parents have to say about the Summer Camps at UNCP……
“I would like to thank you for the sports camp put on by your staff this summer. My children really enjoyed it and came home every day exhausted from a full day of games. The variety and exposure to different games kept my kids interested and give them ideas and skills to use in the future. They even bragged about how great the lunch was every day in the cafeteria. It was definitely worth the price and hope you will extend it to 13 year olds next year so we can come back!”
Thanks again from the Godwin family!
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