NOW ACCEPTING 10th GRADERS
2020 dates coming soon!
Come Learn, Explore, and have FUN at UNCP!
Kids in the Garden: the study of pollinators, pollen, and plants - FREE
Fall 2019-Spring 2020 program on Saturday mornings from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM at UNCP in the Oxendine Science Building
Ten Saturdays in Sept – Nov and ten Saturdays in Jan – March
Summer “bee camp” Monday – Friday 9AM – 4PM June 15-26, 2020 at UNCP in the Oxendine Science Building
Are you in middle school or high school? Are you interested in learning about science, engineering, and technology through doing tons of great science experiments and activities? Do you want to explore careers in science, technology, and engineering? Do you love flowers, to go outside and look at things, to learn about bees and beekeeping, and to go on field trips? Then our program is for you!
The FREE fall/spring program is at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and you will get to conduct your own science experiments and research and enter science competitions with the guidance of professors and college students! You’ll also go on field trips to STEM sties and learn about other scientists’ work.
This FREE two-week summer day camp at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke will introduce you to the exciting research of pollinators, insects, plants, and pollen! You’ll go on field trips, participate in hands-on experiments, and learn from professors and college students what it is like to be a scientists. Come and join in on the fun!
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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