Summer Youth Programs

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  • UNH gymnastics youth camp
    - Wildcats in Training
    Photo: Tracy M. Sweet '92They line up for autographs, selfies and high fives after UNH games. They imitate the techniques of their favorite players and look up to them as role... Read More
  • Karen Jin and Brianna Smith lead students through a robotics activity
    - Filling the STEM Pipeline
    Three sessions of UNH Tech Camp provided the opportunity to build and launch model rockets at Boulder Field on the UNH campus. More than 150 students... Read More
  • theatre students rehearsing at summer camp
    - Scene on Campus
    Theatre and Dance Camps are in full swing at the Paul Creative Arts Center at UNH. Here are members of the Summer 2014 UNH Youth Professional STARS Company rehearsing for a... Read More
  • upward bound students giving an outdoor presentation
    - Schooled for School
    Before there can be a dream, there has to be the belief. Not in the dream itself just yet but in possibilities. In yes you can. UNH’s Upward Bound, and counterparts of the federal... Read More
  • students and teache during opera camp
    - Operatunity Awaits
    It’s “tech week” in the Hennessy Theatre for the music majors and local singers participating in the UNH Youth Opera Pilot Program at the University of New Hampshire It all... Read More
  • abby hatfield with students
    - Looking for a Learning Moment
    Meet Abby Hatfield, physical science teacher and science department chair at Newmarket High School, and Matt Endrizzi, science teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Matt and... Read More
  • simulated satellites
    - Heavenly Science: Student Balloons Video Earth Below, Space Above
    On Thursday, July 17, 2013, high school students and their University of New Hampshire Project SMART mentors successfully flew twin weather balloons that carried miniaturized... Read More
  • summer youth program participants
    - Play field hockey. Write a play. Build a robot.
    From academics and the arts to athletics and adventure, UNH’s youth summer programs enable kindergartners through twelfth-graders to explore their interests and talents. LEARN... Read More
  • james krasner on harry potter set
    - UNH Brings Harry Potter’s Adventures to Youth Via First Massive Online Course for Kids
    James Krasner, professor of English, will teach UNH’s first Massive Online Course for Kids (MOCK), “Harry Potter as Storytelling: An Online Adventure for the Young Fan.” This... Read More
  • Piano Extension Program
    - A Concert Pianist Thrives in the Classroom
    A conservatory-trained concert pianist, Arlene Kies is senior lecturer in music at UNH, where, since 1995, she has been teaching music students all the technical aspects of being... Read More