KEEPERS℠ for Kids camp

  • KEEPERS camper with marshmallow molecule
  • campers with their BrushBots
  • camper with Brad Kinsey
  • Grades 4-5 campers



The University is working toward offering in-person, on and off campus programming in the summer, with COVID-19 health & safety protocols in place. Our programs may run a bit differently than usual, but we do hope to offer experiences for our youth and families. Please check this and the Summer Youth Programs websites for updates, and we will strive to update families through email and other communications as well.





New for 2021 – Family Account!!!

Parents/guardians enrolling one or multiple kids in a youth program can now manage all tasks through one Family Account!

Creating a family account allows for a higher level of self-service for parents/guardians:

  • Manage a family and its members (including adults) from one family account
  • Eliminates the need to remember user names and passwords for multiple student accounts
  • Perform multiple registrations for multiple family members at once
  • Manage invoices and payments for family members from one family account

A parent/guardian enrolling a child in a UNH youth program should set up a Family Account and manage future registration functions through that account.

There are a few steps involved in setting up the family account, but they only have to be done once! Review the Online Registration Instructions before enrolling!


Our AMAZING staff...​

Carmelina Cestrone

Carmelina is joining KEEPERS for her third summer in the Grades 2-3 group! Her ability to excite the kids about STEM with fun, hands-on activities always makes it a great experience for our KEEPERS campers.
She has extensive experience as a science/STEAM teacher at the Barnard School in South Hampton during the academic year.

Carmelina with campers

Carmelina listening to the camper's plan for the design challenge.

Kiley Remiszewski

This will be Kiley's fourth summer working with KEEPERS camp. With her natural ability and enthusiasm for teaching young kids, Kiley will be a lead co-teacher in the Grades 2-3 group.
During the academic year, Kiley teaches
science at Concord Academy.

Kiley with KEEPERS campers

Kiley helping to measure a design challenge.


Sherri Nelson

Sherri joined our staff to teach KEEPERS in 2019, and it was an awesome camp experience for our 4-5th graders. Her enthusiasm and creativity with all things STEM was infectious! She has extensive teaching experience at the Deerfield Community School where she has taught 3rd-4th graders for almost 30 years.


The University of New Hampshire seeks to create a welcoming and inclusive youth program experience for all participants. Reasonable accommodation, consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended, Section 504 and applicable state law, may be requested to support participation of individuals with disabilities in youth camps and other youth activities. If an accommodation is needed for any reason, please contact Cathy Leach, Summer Youth Programs, 603-862-3266 (phone); TTY Users: 7-1-1 (Relay NH); or Accommodation request determinations are made on a case by case basis. Accommodation requests should be made at the time of registration, or as soon as possible thereafter to allow sufficient time for consideration and implementation.