STEM Camp at Penn State Mont Alto provides incoming 9th and 10th grade students with hands-on practical experience in the fields of engineering, chemistry, DNA profiling, physics, microbiology, and much more.
It is a week of exploration, discovery and fun! The Penn State Extension 4H Robotics Club will host a high-engagement challenge utilizing the latest EV3 Lego Mindstorms. Camp also includes field trips to Penn State Harrisburg’s Central Pennsylvania Research and Teaching Laboratory for Biofuels and Manitowoc in Shady Grove, Pa.
Drop off and pick up at Penn State Mont Alto. Drop off at 9am and pick up at 4pm.
July 8 – 12, 2019
Office of Continuing Education at (717) 749-4117
Penn State Mont Alto, 1 Campus Drive, Mont Alto, PA.
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 and York Tech are partnering to give students exposure to real-world opportunities in a state-of-the-art facility with industry professionals!
Students explore careers using hands-on activities in labs.
July 22-26, 9am-3pm.
Courses are offered for grades 3-5 and 6-8 (will be adapted to fit particular grade levels)
Careers explored: Automotive, Commercial Art, Culinary, Engineering, Health Care, Sports Tech, Cosmetology, Manufacturing, Automation, Engines Tech, Video, and STEAM fields.
LIU Career Camp
firstname.lastname@example.org, (717) 624-6509
York County School of Technology, 2179 S. Queen St., York.
Ages 4 years through 5th grade completed.
Kids enjoy activities as they learn to apply Bible-based messages.
Families are invited.
For June dates and registration visit www.ckfchurch.org
785 Berlin Road New Oxford, PA 17350
One-week camps from June 3 through August 16th
7:30 am – 4 pm
$169/wk + field trip admission costs ($139/wk before June 3. Additional discounts available.)
So’s Taekwondo’s program is a go-to for children who need a positive environment to learn.
Weekly camps offer:
Learning themes, (e.g. goal setting), quiet activities, Taekwondo, active games, arts & crafts (e.g. Paper Fortune Cookies, Martial Arts Figure, Tree of Good Manners, Equality Eggs, Equality M&Ms), and field trips (e.g. library, movie theater, swimming pool, Hickory Falls)
312 Carlisle Street
Cub Scout Packs, grade K-5
Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.
BSA Scouts, youth 11-17
Scouts BSA is the traditional Scouting experience for youth in the fifth grade through high school. Service, community engagement and leadership development become increasingly important parts of the program as youth lead their own activities and work their way toward earning Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout. NOTE: Beginning in February 2019, this program is transitioning to include both young men and young women.
Venturing – Co-ed 14-20
Explore passions, make friends, discover the world. You’re always looking for an adventure. Rappelling a cliff. Perfecting your shot. Designing a robot. Kayaking into the sunset. Exploring your faith. Volunteering at an animal shelter. The choice is yours! Venturing is youth-led and youth-inspired. You’ll acquire life skills and gain experiences while having a blast.
SUMMER CAMPS are available for Cubs and BSA Scouts. Financial assistance available.
For more information contact Christopher Lontz, Director, Battlefield District, New Birth of Freedom Council, BSA
email@example.com, (717) 827-4569
Halifax, PA (just north of Harrisburg).
Camps offer Archery, Adventure Course, Swimming Pool,STEM Opportunities & more!
June 30 – July 3: Family Camp. Families spend fun-filled days together outdoors (K-12)
June 1 – September 22: Troop Adventure Days. Outdoor challenges and long-lasting memories packed into one spectacular day! Location varies. Check our Event Calendar for additional details and dates
RESIDENT & MINI CAMPS – Embrace camp traditions, develop outdoor skills, build self-confidence, and make friends in a safe, positive outdoor environment.
June 16-21: “CSI” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
June 16 -18: “CSI” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
June 23 – 28: “Wilderness Explorers” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
June 23 – 25: “Wilderness Explorers” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 7 – 12: “Starry Night” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 7 – 9: “Starry Night” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 14 – 19: “Potions and Wands” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 14 – 16: “Potions and Wands” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
July 21 – 26: “Myths and Legends” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 21 – 23: “Myths and Legends” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 28 – Aug 2: “Animal Adventure” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 28 – 30: “Animal Adventure” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
July 14 – July 26: Counselor-in-training. The two-week CIT program is designed for go-getters who want to gain the skills needed to be a successful camp counselor! *Open to girls entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade Fall 2019
For more information contact MemberServices@gshpa.org, 800.692.7816
Visit www.gshpa.org to register online. A $50.00 nonrefundable deposit is required
Earned “Go! Dough” ? Use it towards an amazing camp experience!
Financial Assistance Available! Apply during registration. Applicants are required to pay the deposit and complete the registration process.
Collect excess fresh foods from local farms and orchards to
provide to those in need.
All ages & abilities welcome! Adult supervision required for kids under 16.
In-field gleans last 1-2 hours and are held in the evenings, weekends, and sometimes mornings to avoid summer heat.
Be prepared for outdoor, physical activity and an awesome time! For details visit thegleaningproject.org
The Gleaning Project is part of South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP).