A SUMMER OF STEAM Science Technology Engineering Art and Math

Hosted at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Kids on Campus caters to enthusiastic learners in grades five through twelve, offering custom-tailored instruction. We are proud to be the largest and oldest summer camp program at RIT!

Workshops for Summer 2017

5th to 6th grade

Coding for Beginners (Scratch & Javascript)

“How do I say __________ in American Sign Language?”

Photoshop Foundations

So you Want to be an Engineer?

Website Design

 

7th to 9th grade

3D Digital Graphics Modelling

3D Medical Modelling

ASL SPLASH!

Character Design for Manga, Comics and Illustration

Coding in C#

Creative Coding With Java

Delve into design! at the Vignelli Center for Design Studies

Dungeons and Dragons

Introduction to Textile Arts

So you Want to be an Engineer?

The Magic of Flight

 

9th to 12th grade

3D Medical Modelling

Electronic Dance Music Production

Game Design with the Unreal Engine

Java Advanced

Restaurant Management Experience

The Science Of Fuel Cells!

Vignelli Design Studies Experience

Video Production

Students chose from one and two week-long workshops in a variety of art and technology subject areas.

 

Students receive four hours dedicated to instruction and hands on work in RIT labs every day. Our students work in well-equipped labs and studios, using industry-standard software and hardware.

Kids on Campus is housed within the excellent campus facilities at the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Our labs are the same computer labs used by RIT students.  We offer a variety of courses in both Mac and PC labs, including Alienware desktops.

 

Kids on Campus is more than just computers and code. We break at mid-day for recreation, encouraging students to socialize and play games. At lunch time, students and staff enjoy a restaurant-quality lunch buffet prepared by RIT chefs.

Read about a day at Kids on Campus.

 

Look behind the scenes at Kids on Campus!

In summer of 2015, Kids on Campus students worked with Generation News to create a video highlighting our workshops.  KOC students wrote the script, shot the video and worked to edit the film. We hope you enjoy the video!

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