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Showing posts with label camp. Show all posts

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Reinvention Boot Camp - Thursday, Aug 26

REINVENTION BOOT CAMP:  TALK TO THE PROS  

You've set a course to reinvent yourself and made some progress.  Maybe as a freelancer, a consultant, or a business startup.  

But you could use some advice, ideas, connections or encouragement. 

That's what the Reinvention Bootcamp is all about.  

Join our panel of highly experienced Business Advisors for guidance & insight.  Then break into small groups with fellow "ReInventors" and one of our Advisors  to get specific and practical input tailored to your questions.  

You'll leave this workshop inspired and ready to jumpstart the next  phase of your reinvention journey!  

Thursday, August 26, 10-11:30 am 

REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3i0btxq 

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Presented by the 50+ Job Seekers Networking Program and The Encore Boston Network

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Reinvention Boot Camp - Thursday, Aug 26
Reinvention Boot Camp - Thursday, Aug 26

Friday, July 16, 2021

Hey middle schoolers! SAFE Coalition summer camp registration is open

SAFE COALITION SUMMER CAMP!

🌱 Are you a middle school student looking to make new friends, try yoga and mindfulness, explore ways to use your voice, and enhance your leadership skills? 
💁‍♀️ JOIN US! Please fill out the form below 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXgJ1OVpyKyQaM5TJD3YylSiIP6MCGkEF6T-bJr4J3j2ga-g/viewform 


Hey middle schoolers! SAFE Coalition summer camp registration is open
Hey middle schoolers! SAFE Coalition summer camp registration is open


Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Strive Ninja Fitness offers drop in Summer Camp

Strive offers a daily drop in program Mon - Fri starting June 28! It runs daily from 9 - 12:30 PM and it is for kids of all experience levels, ages 6 - 12 yrs. 
The program includes ninja skill building, course runs, games and challenges, crafts, and so much more! There are also special themed weeks such as Tie Dye Week and Nerf Week! Kids can sign up for a day, a week, or the whole summer! 
More information can be found on our website: https://striveninja.com/summer-programs-1
Strive Ninja Fitness offers drop in Summer Camp
Strive Ninja Fitness offers drop in Summer Camp

 

Thursday, June 4, 2020

COVID-19 UPdate by Gov Baker on Phase 2 preparations


"Today (6/3/20), Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy, and Early Education & Care Commissioner Samantha Aigner-Treworgy to provide an update on COVID-19 reopening, testing, and restrictions on long-term care facilities.
Video link = https://youtu.be/W0UOs7YYvjE


Business listing with schedule of re-opening per phases
https://www.mass.gov/info-details/reopening-when-can-my-business-reopen

Outdoor and recreation guidelines
https://www.mass.gov/info-details/executive-office-of-energy-and-environmental-affairs-eea-covid-19-guidance-documents

Child care and summer camps guidelines
https://eeclead.force.com/apex/EEC_ChildCareEmergencyReopenInfo



Tuesday, June 2, 2020

In the News: Gov Baker's "COVID-19 Update"; bottle returns resume this month

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"The redemption of bottles will resume this month in a two-stage process.

Retailers using reverse vending machines can begin collecting on Friday, with retailers accepting containers over the counter starting June 19.

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and the Attorney General’s Office on March 18 temporarily suspended enforcement of beverage container redemption requirements.

Bottle redemption services will need to adhere to the protocols set forth in the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development’s guidance."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20200601/bottle-redemption-to-start-again-on-friday

Business listing with schedule of re-opening per phases
https://www.mass.gov/info-details/reopening-when-can-my-business-reopen

Outdoor and recreation guidelines
https://www.mass.gov/info-details/executive-office-of-energy-and-environmental-affairs-eea-covid-19-guidance-documents

Child care and summer camps guidelines
https://eeclead.force.com/apex/EEC_ChildCareEmergencyReopenInfo


Gov Baker update link = https://youtu.be/TQKcaZXmpRk


Sunday, February 2, 2020

Registration for Encore Music Academy = Music for Young Campers = Open Now

Registration for Encore Music Academy and Recording Studio's' Music for Young Campers summer camp is NOW OPEN! 

Head on over to www.encoremusicacademy.net/myc or give them a call at 508-533-7700 to reserve your spot for this entertaining and unique summer camp now!

 Registration for Encore Music Academy = Music for Young Campers = Open Now
 Registration for Encore Music Academy = Music for Young Campers = Open Now

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Lifelong Learning: Kids' Summer Vacation Cooking Camp



DATES:
July 29 - August 1, 2019

TIME:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

During camp, students will:

  • Enhance their kitchen skills
  • Learn complex techniques like: searing, sauteing, folding & more!

A sample of what students will be cooking:

  • Breakfast for dinner: carrot cake pancakes, smoothies, quiche  
  • Comfort food: butter dinner rolls, parmesan crusted chicken nuggets, & apple pie cups with whipped cream
  • Cookies: healthy oatmeal fruit cookies, stained glass cookies, coconut macaroons
  • Snack attack: fresh pretzels, cheese-flavored crackers, granola parfaits
Kids' Summer Vacation
Summer Vacation Cooking Camp
Lifelong Community Learning, 218 Oak St., Franklin, MA 02038
LCL@franklinps.net
www.FranklinLifelongLearning.com

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Tri-County Regional Opens Summer Camp Registration

Pique your child’s curiosity this summer with Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School’s Summer Camp program. A variety of exciting camp themes ensures a fun, safe, and engaging environment for your child to enjoy while learning something new.

Tri-County’s licensed teachers use their industry expertise to teach campers about everything from Computer Information Technology to Baking. During the week-long camps, students will learn how to program a video game, style hair and create nail art, or design a custom t-shirt. These creative activities allow campers to continue learning during the summer months.

“Experiencing camp is another opportunity for children to become independent and self-confident and is a great time to enjoy activities of interest while continuing to learn,” said Cathie Rebelo, Director of Vocational Education at Tri-County. ““Tri-County Summer Camp offers campers opportunities to become familiar with various career pathways in innovative and engaging ways while making new friends and having fun.”

Tri-County camps include: Art Adventures Camp, Baking Camp, Cosmetology Camp, Cyber Camp, and Hall Pass to Healthcare Camp. Full camp descriptions are available on the high school’s website.

Camps will be offered in a one-week session beginning on July 8th and ending on July 12, 2019. The cost of each camp is $225. Enrollment in each program is limited to students entering grades 6, 7, and 8 in September 2019. Students living in the Tri-County school district are given preference for enrollment. Early registration is highly recommended as the camps are expected to fill up. All programs are subject to adequate enrollment.

A completed registration form and payment in full must be received in order to be registered. To learn more or to register, visit www.tri-county.us/summercamps.

Tri-County RVTHS, located at 147 Pond Street in Franklin, is a recipient of the High Schools That Work Gold Achievement Award and serves the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole, and Wrentham.

Tri-County Regional Opens Summer Camp Registration
Tri-County Regional Opens Summer Camp Registration

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Kids’ Summer Vacation Cooking Camp - Grades 4 - 7

It’s summer vacation and it’s a great time for cooking camp! Lifelong Community Learning is pleased to announce its Kids’ Summer Vacation Cooking Camp at Kids Corner for Grades 4 - 7. 

The camp runs Monday through Thursday during the week of July 29 and the fee is $299. Kids’ Corner aprons are also available to purchase for just $11.99.

For 3 hours each day - over 4 days, students will enhance their kitchen skills and learn complex techniques like searing, sautéing, folding, and more. 

Menus and recipes are fun and challenging at the same time. Here’s a sample of what the students will be cooking: breakfast for dinner, comfort foods, a variety of cookies, and snack attack favorites.

For more information and to register, go to www.FranklinLifelongLearning.com and click on Community Learning-Kids’ Corner. You can also call Lifelong Community Learning at 508-613-1480.
ABOUT US: Lifelong Community Learning is a program of the Franklin Public Schools Lifelong Learning Institute, dedicated to providing quality learning experiences for residents in the Town of Franklin and surrounding communities. 
NOTE: If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Brenda Reed at 508-613-1483 or email at reedb@franklinps.net

Kids’ Summer Vacation Cooking Camp - Grades 4 - 7
Kids’ Summer Vacation Cooking Camp - Grades 4 - 7

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Meet me at the Hockomock Area YMCA for Camp Open House on Saturday, May 5

The Hockomock Area YMCA invites residents in local communities to enjoy a ‘summer-like’ day filled with fun and the chance to learn what camp is all about at our free Camp Open House. The event will take place on Saturday, May 5th from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM at our Bernon Family Branch (located at 45 Forge Hill Road, Franklin), at our Foxboro Branch (located at 67 Mechanic Street, Foxboro), and our North Attleboro Branch (located at 300 Elmwood Street, North Attleboro).

Learn why kids have the ‘Best Summer Ever’ when they attend Hockomock Area YMCA summer camps. Our Camp Open House will include face painting, camp songs, STEM, crafts, camp games, raffles and prizes, a bouncy house, and more for all to enjoy. Children of all ages will get to participate in and experience Y Camp hands-on. Parents and prospective campers will have the chance to tour our camp facilities, meet camp directors and counselors, ask questions, and try out the many activities our summer camps offer. Visit to hockymca.org/camp for more information.

At Camp Wiggi (Franklin), Camp WAPAWCA (Foxboro), and Camp Elmwood (North Attleboro) children look forward to built-in swim lessons, free swim, sports, STEM, gaga pit, arts and crafts, theatre, nature, games, music, archery, ropes team building, camper’s choice, fun weekly themes, special guests, field trips, and more. 

Grades 2-6 venture on weekly field trips to new and exciting places such as Launch Trampoline Park, museum of Science, Mystic Aquarium, Spring Lake, Breezy Acres, and so much more. On Wednesdays, special guests will visit with the first graders and junior campers. Some of those visitors may be petting zoos, frisbee catching dogs, magicians, musicians, and more.
Meet me at the Hockomock Area YMCA
hockymca.org

Hockomock Area YMCA traditional camps include STEM programs to help close summer learning gaps between school years. The Hockomock Area YMCA offers 3, 4, and 5 day camp options as well as pre and post care from 7:00-9:00 AM and 4:00-6:00 PM for parents in need. In addition, learn more about Hockomock Area YMCA specialty camps such as several sports camps, gymnastics, enrichment, dance, swim, STEM, theatre, teen camps, and Explorer Camp Adventures.

The YMCA is a mission-driven, non-profit organization that believes its programs and services should be available to everyone. For information about our financial assistance program, visit our website at hockymca.org. Scholarships are made available through the Hockomock Area YMCA’s Reach Out for Youth & Families Annual Campaign.

For more information about camp at the Hockomock Area YMCA, please visit hockymca.org/camp or call the Bernon Family Branch at 508.528.8708, Invensys Foxboro Branch at 508.772.1353, or the North Attleboro Branch at 508.695.7001.


Thursday, April 26, 2018

Tri-County Regional's Summer STEAM Camp Now Accepting Registrations

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School's summer camp program, "Tri-County Summer STEAM Camp" is now accepting registrations.

Tri-County's licensed teachers use their industry expertise to teach campers about everything from Engineering Technology to Cosmetology. During the week-long camps, students will learn how to program a video game, build like an engineer, or cook like a chef. These creative activities allow campers to refine valuable STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) skills during the summer months.

Tri-County Steam Camp
Tri-County Steam Camp
"Experiencing life at camp has profound positive effects on children and is the perfect time to enjoy activities of interest while continuing to learn," said Jean George, Director of Vocational Education at Tri-County. "Tri-County Summer STEAM Camp offers campers opportunities to have fun and become familiar with various career pathways in innovative and engaging ways."

Tri-County camps include: Art Adventures Camp, Cosmetology Camp, Cyber Camp, "Hey Mom and Dad, Let Me Cook Dinner!" Camp, Kerbal Space Program Camp, and Robots, Robots, Everywhere Camp. Full camp descriptions are available on the high school's website. Camps will be offered in five, one-week sessions beginning on July 9th and ending on August 3rd. The cost of each camp is $210.
Enrollment in each program is limited to students entering grades 6, 7, and 8 in September 2018. Students living in the Tri-County District are given preference for enrollment. Early registration is highly recommended as the camps are expected to fill up. All programs are subject to adequate enrollment.

A completed registration form and payment in full must be received in order to be registered. To learn more or to register, visit www.tri-county.us/summercamps.

Tri-County RVTHS, located at 147 Pond Street in Franklin, is a recipient of the High Schools That Work Gold Achievement Award and serves the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole, and Wrentham.

Friday, April 20, 2018

In the News: Camp Haiastan renovations; GoFundMe for Montgomery

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Hidden in the woods off Summer Street, the Armenian Youth Federation’s Camp Haiastan is being renovated with the help of a few generous donors. 
David Hamparian, executive director of Camp Haiastan, said that the camp’s offices are being restored because they are in one of the oldest buildings on the site. In the past few years the camp has renovated many of its facilities, all fueled by donations. 
The Armenian Summer camp was founded in 1950 by area residents who had lived through the Armenian genocide. Their children took over as the elder generations passed away. Haiastan was the first Armenian camp in the country. Hamparian said the mass murder of 1.5 million Armenians by Turkish forces in the early 1900s has flown under the radar in many ways and is given little attention in textbooks and classrooms.

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20180419/camp-haiastan-in-franklin-undergoes-renovation

AYF Camp Haiastan
AYF Camp Haiastan

"Teenage years can be stressful. But it’s also a time where the future is bright and minor details are forgotten over time. 
Small things, however, can alter lives. And in Jackson Montgomery’s case, it’s a bug bite. 
On Thursday afternoon, the Franklin resident was preparing for a science final at UMass Amherst. The test, he said, is stressful, but it’s his Lyme disease he was worried about. 
“My symptoms really start to act up at night,” he said. “But that’s OK, I’ll do my best and make it through.”

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20180419/gofundme-page-to-benefit-franklin-teen-with-lyme-disease

Franklin resident struggles with Lyme disease. Can you help?
Franklin resident struggles with Lyme disease. Can you help?

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

“The camp has meant so much to all of us, we want the next generation to have the same experiences we had”

The Franklin radar turns up this article about renovations at the Armenian Youth Federation Camp Haiastan located on Summer St in Franklin.
"Thanks to the generosity and dedication of Mr. Gregory Arabian of Belmont, Mass. and the Rafaelian-Caruolo family of Cranston, R.I., AYF Camp Haiastan is set to embark on yet another significant infrastructure upgrade this spring. Three major projects have been already completed in the past three years: a new camp-wide septic system, a new water well, and most recently, a new shower and bath facility. 
Arabian is increasing his commitment to the Armenian Cause by donating $250,000 to renovate and add a second floor to our aging Director’s Quarters in Franklin. This dramatic transformation will allow our summer directors to live in enhanced quarters on the second floor with increased privacy and a second bedroom while adding four bedrooms on the first floor for semi-private accommodations for head counselors, assistant directors, guests and more. This donation was spurred by the love felt by Attorney Arabian during his numerous visits to AYF Camp Haiastan while executing the wishes of Neshon Hagopian as the executor of Mr. Hagopian’s Estate. 
“I have decided that this is how I wish my legacy to be,” Arabian said, while pointing to the 50-plus-year-old building. “I like what you are doing here.”
Continue reading about the renovations at Camp Haiastan in Franklin
https://armenianweekly.com/2018/04/12/its-happening-at-camp-haiastan/

AYF Camp Haiastan
AYF Camp Haiastan


Related posts from the archives

Robert Megerdichian's gave a talk at the Franklin Historical Museum on Sunday, October 2, 2016. His connection to Franklin was through his father's work building the camp.
http://www.franklinmatters.org/2016/08/franklin-historical-museum-to-host.html

http://www.franklinmatters.org/2016/10/the-box-tagged-in-armenian-these-are.html

Monday, March 19, 2018

Meet at the Hockomock Area YMCA for Camp Blast Family Night on Friday, March 30

The Hockomock Area YMCA invites residents in local communities to enjoy a ‘summer-like’ evening filled with fun and the chance to learn what camp is all about at our free Camp Blast Family Night. The event will take place on Friday, March 30th from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM at our Bernon Family Branch (located at 45 Forge Hill Road, Franklin), at our Foxboro Branch (located at 67 Mechanic Street, Foxboro), and our North Attleboro Branch (located at 300 Elmwood Street, North Attleboro).

Learn why kids have the ‘Best Summer Ever’ when they attend Hockomock Area YMCA summer camps. Our Camp Blast Family Night will include opening and closing Ceremonies, face painting, camp songs, STEM, crafts, active games, raffles and prizes, a bouncy house, and more for all to enjoy. Children will get to participate in and experience Y Camp hands-on. Parents and prospective campers will have the chance to tour our camp facilities, meet camp directors and counselors, ask questions, and try out the many activities our summer camps offer. Go to hockymca.org/camp for more information.

At Camp Wiggi (Franklin), Camp WAPAWCA (Foxboro), and Camp Elmwood (North Attleboro) children look forward to built-in swim lessons, free swim, sports, STEM, gaga pit, arts and crafts, theatre, nature, games, music, archery, ropes team building, camper’s choice, fun weekly themes, special guests, field trips, and more. Grades 2-5 venture on weekly field trips to new and exciting places such as Launch Trampoline Park, museum of Science, Mystic Aquarium, Spring Lake, Breezy Acres, and so much more. On Wednesdays, special guests will come and visit with the first graders. Some of those visitors may be petting zoos, Frisbee catching dogs, magicians, and musicians.
Camp Blast Family Night  on Friday, March 30
Camp Blast Family Night  on Friday, March 30

Hockomock Area YMCA traditional camps include STEM programs to help close summer learning gaps between school years. The Hockomock Area YMCA offers 3, 4, and 5 day camp options as well as pre and post care from 7:00-9:00 AM and 4:00-6:00 PM for parents in need.

The YMCA is a mission-driven, non-profit organization that believes its programs and services should be available to everyone. For information about our financial assistance program, visit our website at hockymca.org. Scholarships are made available through the Hockomock Area YMCA’s Reach Out for Youth and Families Annual Campaign.

For more information about camp at the Hockomock Area YMCA, please visit hockymca.org/camp or call the Bernon Family Branch at 508.528.8708, Invensys Foxboro Branch at 508.772.1353, or the North Attleboro Branch at 508.695.7001.


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Hockomock Area YMCA Counselors Share Impact Summer Camp Has On Participants

Across the 15 communities the Hockomock Area YMCA serves, there are many opportunities for young people to work and contribute to the community. The Y summer camps are one such opportunity. In fact, across the five summer camps of Bellingham, Foxboro, Franklin, Mansfield, and North Attleboro, the Y employed 301 camp counselors this year – many of whom are former campers themselves. These valuable members of the Y community are vital to the success of each of the 1,300+ campers that participate in the Hockomock Area YMCA camps each day.


Sam Taggert, a counselor at Camp Elmwood
Sam Taggert, a counselor at Camp Elmwood

Sam Taggert, a counselor at Camp Elmwood at the North Attleboro Y since the age of 16, cites her own experiences as a former camper and the importance of camp to the kids as her reasons for becoming a Camp Elmwood counselor.

“I knew I wanted to have this job because I looked up to my counselors so much,” said Taggert. “Camp’s changed my life. It made me realize how important it is, how important this job is to the kids, to everybody. Kids come here to have a good time, to not worry about what’s going on at home, and it’s so important to me to give them a fun opportunity to spend the day having fun and playing outside.”
Carlos Jeri, a counselor at the Invensys Foxboro Y’s Camp Wapawca
Carlos Jeri, a counselor at the
Invensys Foxboro Y’s Camp Wapawca

Carlos Jeri, a counselor at the Invensys Foxboro Y’s Camp Wapawca, talks of a personal connection with one of the campers to whom camp served as a safe haven.

“We have campers who come in from orphanages or homes where they really don’t have parents,” said Jeri. “There was one camper who was having a particularly rough time, and he and I started talking and we formed a connection. He started telling me about his life and how camp was his escape from everything. We started to create a connection and I found out how much of an actual impact we made.”

Throughout their time at camp, each counselor wears a t-shirt which bears the words “role model.” Colin Maximiuk, a counselor at Camp Wiggi at the Bernon Family Y, considers what the term means to him.


Colin Maximiuk, a counselor at Camp Wiggi at the Bernon Family Y
Colin Maximiuk, a counselor at
Camp Wiggi at the Bernon Family Y

“The idea of a role model to me means that I’m this figure that kids look up to,” said Maximiuk. “So throughout every day I’m acting the best that I can, so that the kids can learn to not only be as good as me, but better than me.”

Joe Milosh, a counselor and former camper of the North Attleboro Y’s Camp Elmwood, speaks on what he believes to be the importance of imparting the YMCA’s values to campers.

“It means a lot about how you’ll be when you grow up, and the type of person you want to be,” said Milosh. “I want to make sure that all the children are learning how to carry themselves in a respectful, kind way. And I think that’s what the core values do – they show children a way to act, and set guidelines for how you should be when you grow up.”
Joe Milosh, a counselor and former camper of the North Attleboro Y’s Camp Elmwood
Joe Milosh, a counselor and former camper
of the North Attleboro Y’s Camp Elmwood

Hundreds of young people take part in the camp programs every summer, and whether they are already counselors or are working to become counselors, they contribute greatly to the Y. Through the Counselor-in-Training program, the Leader-in-Training program, and the Cadet program, there are many ways to join the Hockomock Area YMCA camps and forever positively influence the lives of kids in our communities.

For more camp information, visit www.hockymca.org/camp/


About Hockomock Area YMCA:

Where Cause Meets Community. At the Hockomock Area YMCA, strengthening community is our cause. The Hockomock Area YMCA is an organization of men, women, and children sharing a commitment to nurture the potential of kids, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility. 
Our YMCA is committed to partnering and collaborating with others to create and deliver lasting personal and social change in the 15 communities we are privileged to serve. The Hockomock Area YMCA is a not-for-profit charitable cause-driven organization with facilities in North Attleboro, Foxboro, Franklin, and Mansfield. For more information visit hockymca.org.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Elemen Tree House Summer 2017 Camp - registration open

The Elemen Tree House is now accepting registration for our Summer 2017 Camp program. 

Camp sessions are held weekly beginning the week of June 17. Full and part time campers welcome. 

Please call for a tour and visit us on line at www.elementreehouse.com

Elemen Tree House Summer 2017 Camp - registration open

Camp sessions are held weekly beginning the week of June 17
Camp sessions are held weekly beginning the week of June 17

Monday, January 23, 2017

Dean College Announces 2017 Summer Camp Schedule

Dean College is pleased to announce the creation of four summer camp options for high school students ages 14 and up, including sports broadcasting, sport management, forensics and stage combat.

Upon completion of the two-week camp, students will not only walk away with a unique learning experience, but will have earned three college credits.

“We are excited to offer these amazing programs that truly are one-of-a-kind opportunities. The camps are both fun and educational and having the chance to earn college credit really adds to their appeal,” says Gregg Chalk, Dean’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development.

Each camp is designed to provide students with unmatched experiences, including instruction by leaders in their respective field, advice on the college admissions process from a Dean College admissions counselor (one-on-one consultation), college credit for successful completion of the course/camp, and behind the scenes access to Gillette stadium, WEEI Sports Radio, McCoy Stadium and other locations appropriate to the respective camp.

Both Sport Management camp and Stage Combat camp will take place July 10-21, 2017, with the Sports Broadcasting and Forensics camps happening July 24th through August 4, 2017.

“Every camp will have customized experiences embedded into them,” says Chalk. “For example, Sports Broadcasting will have the campers creating their own demo reel, announcing on Power 88 FM and actually doing live play-by-play at a Pawtucket Red Sox game. Similar experiences will be weaved into each camp.”

Overnight and day-only options are available. Housing for overnight campers will be provided by Dean College, with night and weekend activities included with room and board.

For pricing and to learn more information about Dean College summer camp offerings, visit www.dean.edu/summercamps.

summer camp is a warm thought in midwinter at a snowy Dean College campus
summer camp is a warm thought in midwinter at a snowy Dean College campus

Dean College is a private, residential New England college grounded in a culture and tradition that all students deserve the opportunity for academic and personal success. A uniquely supportive community for more than 150 years, Dean has woven together extensive student support and engagement with exceptional teaching and innovative campus activities. Our graduates are lifetime learners who thrive in their careers, embrace social responsibility and demonstrate leadership. This is The Dean Difference.