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  • Welcome board for Culinary Camp

    Culinary "Campeurs" get a welcome from their French chef.

  • Future Leaders Institute participants debated past and present views of wealth, power, and corruption. Photo by Lan Pham

  • How does it run? Engineeristas take it all apart, and then put it back together to learn what's inside. Photo by Lan Pham

  • KEEPERS students on Civil Engineering Day learn what goes into building bridges.

  • ECC - Ecosystem Computing Challenge at UNH Manchester. Students use App Inventor to learn about natural ecosystems.

  • A visit with reptiles is just one of the educational and interactive programs at Camp Wildcat. (Photo by Jonah Fernald)

  • Excitement of discovery and understanding at EPIC. Students explore computational thinking and programming. Photo by Jennifer Vetter

  • Writers Academy students bring poetry to life on a beautiful day on campus. (Photo by Lan Pham)

  • SDI - Summer Dance Intensive rehearses for high-energy final performance showcasing a variety of dance types.

  • Barry Conservation 4-H Camp No. Country Adventure Week includes shooting sports, firearms handling and gun care.

     

     

  • High school students learn about various aspects of the hospitality field in the Hospitality Management Summer Program.

  • Off to Emerald City! STARS Musical Theatre Camps produced the Wizard of Oz in 2014. (Photo by Jeremy Gasowski)

  • Flying Stars Aerial Camp is a unique and popular offering from the UNH Theatre & Dance Department.

  • Project SMART students presenting research poster

    Project SMART students exhibit their research posters to the UNH Community on the program's last day.

  • KEEPERS campers measure pH levels on Chemistry Day.

  • Artists at work - and having fun at just one of many camps offered by the Museum of Art.

  • Just a few of the works created in ceramics from Art Camp.

  • Middle school students gain skills and knowledge in cooking, preparation, and using ingredients while creating menus from around the world at Culinary Camp. 

  • Robotics and programming are just two projects students engage in learn at three Tech Camps.

  • STARTALK Chinese Language & Culture students return to UNH to participate in the Chinese New Year celebration (photo by Mike Ross).

  • SYMS students

    Students as young as 9 and as old as 18 participate in SYMS. (Photo by Lisa Nugent, UNH Photographic Services)

  • EXCELL

    The UNH Manchester Educational Excellence for English Language Learners (EXCELL) is an intensive course that helps students who are speakers of other languages improve their academic English

  • Engineeristas!

    Engineeristas! Girls and Engineering – Future engineers explore environmental, oceanographic and marine, and mechanical and materials engineering as well as computer science.

  • Camp Wildcat day campers explore nature and play sports, learn new skills and crafts, make new friends, and have fun while being active all summer! Photo by Jonah Fernald

  • 4-H Barry Conservation Camp

    4-H Barry Conservation Camp is for kids who love the outdoors, enjoy hands-on learning in environmental and conservation programs, and benefit from a smaller setting.

Announcements

Many UNH Summer Youth Programs are now accepting applications or registrations!

Click on specific program links on this website for more information.

Programs with open registrations/applications (as of 3/2):

  • Future Leaders Institute: Money, Greed, Corruption
  • Hospitality Management Summer Program
  • Project SMART
  • IOL Internship Program (accepting applications through March 13)
  • Barry Conservation Camp (some sessions are FULL)
  • Some Athletic Camps have opened registration: http://unhwildcats.com/camps/index
  • Marine classes at Shoals Marine Lab
  • Writers Academy
  • Theatre & Dance STARS
  • Camp Wildcat
  • Engineeristas and Tech Camp

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Upcoming Events/Programs

Clark Terry Jazz Festival: March 14 http://cola.unh.edu/music/program/clark-terry-unh-jazz-festival

High Tech Day: March 16 http://www.cs.unh.edu/high-tech-day

HYPE (Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts): March 16 http://cola.unh.edu/article/2015/01/hype-returns-unh

FIRST Robotics: March 21-22 http://www.unh.edu/main/first-robotics

Gymnastics Community Classes: March 25 - April 29 http://unhwildcats.com/sports/gymnastics/2014-15/releases/20150220zsm5sl

Junior Science & Humanities Symposium: March 26-27 http://www.cvent.com/events/northern-new-england-regional-and-southern-n...

NH Youth Band Spring Concert: April 8, 7 pm http://cola.unh.edu/music/program/new-hampshire-youth-band

Seacoast SeaPerch Challenge: April 11 Public and volunteers welcome. Contact: claes.thelemarck@unh.edu

Kool 2B Fit --
UNH Campus Recreation's morning health & wellness program for kids grades K - 6 during NH vacation week:

April 27 - May 1. Registration opens on March 23. http://campusrec.unh.edu/kool-2b-fit-camp-2015

Youth Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert: May 3, 6 pm http://cola.unh.edu/music/program/unhyso