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2017 - Women's Hockey: Goalie Camp (Boys & Girls, Ages 8-20)

The Tiger Hockey Goalie Camp is in its inaugural year. It will be held the weekend of June 9-11, 2017. This camp is for boys and girls of all levels ranging from squirt to midget and junior hockey. It is our goal to be the premier goal-tending camp of upstate New York by challenging goaltenders to step out of their comfort zone and allowing them to excel to new heights with their game. At the Tiger Hockey Goalie Camp you will learn from former and current professional and NCAA Division One goaltenders. At the Tigers Hockey Goalie Camp you will learn the fundamentals and tools to take your game to the next level, all while in a challenging and fun environment. Cost: $350. Click DETAILS for registration information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jun
26
Mon
Jun
30
Fri
Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - RoboCamp@RIT - Beginner

At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming. We currently offer different programs throughout the year that accommodate for different age/skill levels. The teaching environment focuses on fun and challenging team-based projects and mini-projects. Grades 4-9. Camp Fee; Single Camp $400 Multiple Camps $350 per Camp. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jun
29
Thu
Jul
1
Sat
2017 - RIT Men's Soccer College ID Camp

RIT Men’s Soccer invites you to join us for a great training experience. RIT’s College ID Camp is a residential camp that will provide young players an opportunity to elevate their soccer skills & prepare to play at the next level. Training sessions will provide young players an opportunity to improve their technical ability and tactical knowledge of the game. RIT’s coaching staff will instruct campers within a challenging environment that promotes playing in both small-sided and full-sided game scenarios. Evening games will give the players the opportunity to put their skills to the test and showcase their individual and collective ability along with other high caliber young players preparing to play collegiately. Grades 9-12. Camp Fee $349. Select details to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
8
Sat
Jul
13
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Jul
15
Sat
Jul
20
Thu
2017 - Explore Your Future

Deaf and hard-of-hearing college bound students: Are you wondering what you'll do after you graduate from high school? Explore Your Future (EYF) is a six-day career exploration program at Rochester Institute of Technology for college-bound deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students who will begin their junior or senior year in fall 2017. This program focuses on personal growth and career awareness for students as they begin to think about college. Select Details button to get more information on their website.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing, Engineering/Technology, Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
NTID

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - Living Things

Students will examine living things from the smallest bacteria to the squirrels and birds that make their home on the RIT campus. We will use microscopes, GPS devices, nets and computers to observe, analyze and interpret the living world around us. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT. Each summer, experienced science educators use RIT’s expansive natural environment and high-tech labs to provide an extraordinary learning experience for our campers. Grades 6 - 8. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Character Design for Manga, Comics and Illustration (7-9)

This course is designed exclusively for students interested in learning how to draw unique and compelling characters. Students will learn basic anatomy and proportion, focusing on faces and hands. The course will explore different drawing techniques, using pencil and ink, and enable students to create both human and animal characters. Coloring techniques will be explored traditionally and with Adobe Photoshop.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Coding for Beginners: Scratch and Javascript (5-6)

Anyone can learn how to code! In this entry-level class, students will learn basics of programming with Scratch, a visual coding tool. With Scratch, students will be able to make interactive stories, games and animations. Scratch will help students gain a solid foundation in understanding programming syntax.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - Pre College Portfolio Preparation

Pre-College Portfolio Preparation focuses on the process of preparing portfolios for admissions to college art programs. In-depth investigations of media concept development and critical analysis are emphasized. Students will draw from the human figure, still life, interior spaces and nature. Expressive art assignments, group and individual critiques as well as visual research, will help guide students through the process of portfolio selection and documentation. Select DETAILS for more information on their website.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - The Science of Fuel Cells! (9-12)

As automotive technology evolves one thing is clear — Clean, Renewable Energy use is critical! In this ground-breaking workshop, students will work with cutting-edge technology as they experiment with electricity generation in a laboratory environment. This workshop is offered in cooperation with RIT School of Chemistry and Materials Science in the College of Science.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - 3D Medical Modeling (7-9)

The perfect combination of biology and art! This introductory course is a gateway to the world of 3D medical illustration. In this workshop, students will use Autodesk Maya to create 3D renderings of the body. Participants will learn basic human anatomy and 3D sculpting. They will work digitally, drawing organs and learning how to animate the internal structures of the body.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing, Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - Ahoy Matey!

Ahoy Matey! Don’t miss the boat – come to explore the legends of the pirates. Design a treasure map. Go on a treasure hunt. Make a ship in a bottle. Set sail for an adventure to learn about long ago when tall ships navigated the sea. July 10-14 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
13
Thu
2017 - RIT Volleyball Girls All Skills Resident & Commuter Camp

This camp is designed for all levels of volleyball athletes ages 10-18. Campers are divided onto courts by skill level, age and experience, which will provide the appropriate learning environment. You will get the instruction and training that is appropriate for you. Instruction and training includes the skills and techniques of serving, passing, setting, attacking, blocking and individual defense. A variety of drills, games and competition will be used to put these techniques into practice with emphasis placed on court movement, ball control, and competition. This is a four-day (nine sessions) camp ideal for both learning and improvement. The fee includes registration, housing (three nights), all meals and a camp T-shirt for residential. For commuters, the fee includes registration, some meals (lunch and dinner on 7/11 & 7/12, lunch on 7/13) and a camp T-shirt. Ages 10-18. Commuter Fee: $320 Residential Fee: $410. Use the Details button to go to their website.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - So You Want to be an Engineer...? (5-6)

Ever wonder what an engineer does? How do these analytical inventors create complex machines and electronics? Engineers investigate a problem, then use science and math to design a solution. In this entry-level workshop students will look at basic engineering problems such as reaching, lifting, launching, crossing, and detection.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - ASL Splash (7-9)

In this new workshop students will learn how to converse in American Sign Language. Students will see the world through Deaf eyes and heighten awareness of diversity through this immersive experience. Using mime, gestures, and facial/body language, students will learn about communication through conversation and role plays.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - Digital Photography for High School Students

This one-week intensive summer workshop will immerse students in a wide range of ways that photographs are considered, produced and studied in contemporary culture. The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences offers a BFA degree with a focus in advertising, fine art, photojournalism and visual media and a BS degree in technology and biomedical photographic communications. RIT faculty members from the School will lead this course and work collaboratively to create a unique and exciting one-week workshop exploring the possibilities. Cost: $400 (before May 1)/$450. Click DETAILS for more information and registration.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

Jul
14
Fri
Jul
16
Sun
2017 - RIT Volleyball Girls Position Resident & Commuter Camp (Setter, Hitter, Libero)

This camp is designed for the player interested in specialized skill training. Each camp is geared for the beginning, intermediate and advanced level player looking to focus on a specialized position. Players from ages 10 to 18 interested in three days of drills and training will benefit from this experience. This camp is a three day (7 sessions) training camp. For residential campers, the fee includes registration, housing (two nights), all meals and a camp T-shirt. For commuters, the fee includes registration, some meals (dinner on July 8, lunch and dinner on July 9, lunch on July 10) and a camp T-shirt. Ages 10-18. Commuter Fee: $250 Residential Fee: $315. Select DETAILS button to go to their website.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
14
Fri
Jul
16
Sun
2017 - RIT Women's Soccer Academy

The focus of the RIT Women's Soccer Academy is to provide high school aged girls with an experience that acts as a snapshot of the college soccer environment. In addition to the tactical and technical development provided by top level coaches, the academy attendees will be exposed to the cutting edge advancements in leadership and mental toughness training. Guest speakers, panels, and video sessions will compliment the on-field time; providing athletes with a holistic approach to player development. The small number of campers is designed to provide a quality experience where individualized coaching and interaction is at the core of the curriculum. Girls Ages 14-18. Camp Fee:Overnight - $350; Commuter - $300. Select DETAILS button for more information.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
20
Thu
2017 - Tiger Lacrosse Camp

The Tiger Lacrosse Camp and staff are back for the 5th year, the week of July 17-20, 2017 This camp is for boys ages 7-18 years old. With a wonderful week of camp in 2016, the Tiger camp staff is excited for another great camp in 2017. Our staff is determined to make you the best Lacrosse player and person you can be. Our staff is experienced in all the different aspects of the game of lacrosse to ensure quality coaching for all players. We will focus on developing individual fundamentals of the game for the beginner and the advanced player by drilling, repetition, attention to detail, and encouraging sportsmanship and fair play. Providing instruction and feedback for every camper to build their personal game is a goal of ours. Implementing and encouraging those individual concepts into team strategies for all elements of the game will also be emphasized. Our group of coaches will consist of RIT players and alums as well as some of the best high school coaches, college coaches, and players from around the country. We will also have a few guests from the professional ranks. We believe our staff has the knowledge and experience to make you the best you can be but the commitment to excellence begins with you. Beginners are encouraged to attend. No experience is needed. A certified athletic trainer will be present at all times. Ages 7-18. Camp Fee $300. Use the Details button to go to their website.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - SMASH Experience for Girls (entering 8th grade)

SMASH Experience for Girls (summer math applications in science with hands-on experience for girls) For five days, join us at RIT to have fun with science and discover the usefulness of mathematics. Rising eighth grade girls will get the chance to do hands-on activities to help them learn how developing math skills can lead to real world opportunities. They will connect what is learned in math classes at school to science activities at RIT. Girls entering 8th grade. Pre-register by May 31.COST: $250 (includes lunch, snacks, recreational activities and t-shirts) *Need-based scholarships are available
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
SMASH Experience for Girls: College of Science/Math

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - Passport Please

Passport Please Travel to distant lands to see how children around the world live and what they do for fun! Get a taste of their traditions and food! Each day we’ll ‘tour’ a different country so be sure to pack an extra bag to bring home all of your souvenirs. July 17-21 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - Medical Science 1: Medicine and Human Disease

High school students will enjoy this comprehensive exploration of the human body and many of our most common systemic diseases. They will work in a real human anatomy lab where they will dissect and examine human organs that are both normal and diseased. Students will also become CPR certified and learn how to conduct many of the basic diagnostic and medical lab techniques. They will meet practitioners and discuss careers in medicine, physical therapy, pharmacy, physician assistant, ultrasound and others. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT and enrich your high school education. For high school students entering grades 9 – 11. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
20
Thu
2017 - RIT Volleyball Girls All Skills Commuter Day Camp

This camp is designed for all levels of volleyball athletes ages 10-18. Campers are divided onto courts by skill level, age and experience, which provide the appropriate learning environment. You will get the instruction and training that is appropriate for you. Instruction and training includes the skills and techniques of serving, passing, setting, attacking, blocking and individual defense. Emphasis is placed on court movement, ball control, and game competition. A variety of drills, games and competition will be used to put these techniques into practice. This is a four day (eight sessions) camp ideal for both learning and improvement. The fee includes registration, daily lunches and a camp T-shirt. Ages 10-18. Commuter Fee: $260. Select DETAILS button to go to their website.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - How do I say _____ in American Sign Language? (5-6)

In this week-long immersive workshop, 5th and 6th graders will learn the basics of American Sign Language. Students will participate in a variety of fun camp activities, including games, arts and crafts, as they obtain basic language skills necessary to communicate with the Deaf community.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
17
Mon
Apr
21
Fri
2017 - Photojournalism for High School Students

Do you want to spend a week working with and learning from a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist? This workshop is specially designed for high school students who have a strong desire to learn how to improve simple snapshots into effective and interesting storytelling photographs. This rigorous, hands-on workshop will emphasize the storytelling aspects of photojournalism while also instilling strong technical fundamentals. It will consist of five intense days of instruction with 4 time Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist and editor William Snyder. The workshop is offered in the state-of-art facilities at Rochester Institute of Technology’s nationally acclaimed School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. The workshop includes two afternoons of photographing at The Hemlock Little World’s Fair in Hemlock, NY. This workshop welcomes young participants who are interested in a unique experience that will introduce them to the real world of photojournalism and could set in motion a career path in this field. Several past attendees have gone on to attend RIT or another universities to pursue careers in photojournalism. Group critiques and the publication of a book of your work are part of the activities. No need to bring a camera. Nikon sponsors the event and will provide all the camera equipment you need for the week. Cost $400 (before May 1)/$450. Click DETAILS for more information and registration.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Imaging Science Internship

Jul
21
Fri
Mar
21
Tue
2017 - RIT Men's Lacrosse Academy - July 21st

The 2017 RIT Men's Lacrosse Academy for high school juniors and seniors will take place on July 21st. Cost Fee $125. Click DETAILS for more information and to register.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
22
Sat
Jul
27
Thu
2017 - TechGirlz

TechGirlz is a week-long summer camp for deaf or hard-of-hearing girls entering 7th, 8th, or 9th grade who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math. Select DETAILS to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Computing, Engineering/Technology, Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
NTID

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - RoboCamp@RIT - Advanced

At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming. We currently offer different programs throughout the year that accommodate for different age/skill levels. The teaching environment focuses on fun and challenging team-based projects and mini-projects. Grades 4-10. Camp Fee; Single Camp $400 Multiple Camps $350 per Camp. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Vignelli Design Studies Experience (9-12)

Led by Vignelli Center for Design Studies faculty and staff, this workshop is intended for students interested in learning about graphic design and developing their design skills. Participants will have a unique opportunity to view world-class design collections at RIT and see real examples of excellent design work by important designers.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Medical Science 3: Epidemics and Infectious Diseases

High school students (grades 9-11) will have an exciting time exploring the diverse world of microbes. They will participate in the collection and isolations of organisms from a variety of common sources, and learn about the ones that cause disease and threaten our very existence. They will also study some of the epidemiological techniques used to investigate their identity, transmission, relationship to each other, and the diseases they cause. Along the way, students will gain an appreciation for some of the microbes that are beneficial to society in terms of industrial applications and artistic inspirations. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT and enrich your high school education. For high school students entering grades 9 – 11. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
25
Tue
Jul
27
Thu
2017 - RIT Cheerleading Youth Camp (ages 7-18)

RIT Cheerleading invites you to join us for a great three day athletic experience. This camp will provide aspiring youth cheerleaders ages 7-18 the opportunity to learn a cheer, jumps, dance, tumbling, stunts, and a routine. Participants will perform the routine at the conclusion of the clinic for their families. Age: Girls & Boys ages 7-18. Registration: $225, includes instruction, lunch, bow, and t-shirt. Things to Bring: Please wear a tank top, shorts, and have your hair pulled back. Please bring a labeled water bottle and athletic shoes. Press DETAILS to register.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Forests – Flora and Fauna

Forests – Flora and Fauna Get ready for ‘tree-mendous’ fun and adventure as you investigate the mysteries of forests. Learn about individual trees, urban forests and amazing animals that live in forests around the world. Make a terrarium and maybe try a taste of ‘Rain Forest Cake’. July 31-Aug 4 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Fun with Fossils

Campers will examine human fossils, make their own fossils, and experience fun in the field as they go on a real fossil dig. They will also examine living animals and look for similarities and differences between extinct organisms and those still in existence today. At the end of the week campers will leave with the fossils they excavate and the ones they make!Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT. Each summer, experienced science educators use RIT’s expansive natural environment and high-tech labs to provide an extraordinary learning experience for our campers. Grades 6 - 8. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.approaches to study the world the way biologists do.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Delve into Design at the Vignelli Center for Design Studies (7-9)

Delve into Design is an interactive, collaborative and hands-on workshop for students in who love making things. Come and be creative working with design professors at RIT and special invited guests who will expose participants to design thinking and problem-solving along with basic design principles such as color, visual communication, form studies and considerations for human factors.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
11
Fri
2017 - RoboCamp@RIT - K-5 Camp

At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming. We currently offer different programs throughout the year that accommodate for different age/skill levels. The teaching environment focuses on fun and challenging team-based projects and mini-projects. Grades K-5. Camp Fee; Single Camp $400 Multiple Camps $350 per Camp. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
10
Thu
Aug
14
Mon
Aug
17
Thu
2017 - Men's Tiger Hockey School (Squirts 07,08)

Come learn from one of the top college coaching staffs in the country at the Tiger Hockey School. Teaching hockey is our business. We pride ourselves on running a top notch hockey school where kids learn and have a lot of fun on and off the ice. The RIT Tiger Hockey players are involved in drills, instruction. They also act as off-ice counselors, assisting the coaches so kids get to spend time with their local heroes. This program targets youth born in 2007 and 2008. Camp Fee $325. For more information, costs, and registration, click DETAILS.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
10
Thu
2017 - Men's Tiger Hickey School (Bantams 04, 05)

Come learn from one of the top college coaching staffs in the country at the Tiger Hockey School. Teaching hockey is our business. We pride ourselves on running a top notch hockey school where kids learn and have a lot of fun on and off the ice. The RIT Tiger Hockey players are involved in drills, instruction. They also act as off-ice counselors, assisting the coaches so kids get to spend time with their local heroes. This program targets youth born in 2004 and 2005. Camp Fee $325. For more information, cost, and to register click DETAILS.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jun
18
Sun
Jun
23
Fri
2017 - Droids and Drones

Droids and Drones is a FREE summer program for deaf and hard-of-hearing students who will be entering grades 10 - 12 in fall 2017, who are in excellent academic standing and who are residents of the southeastern United States. RIT’s Droids and Drones summer program will help you explore a range of career options and opportunities in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and robotic technology. This information also can help you select a major as you begin to look at colleges.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
NTID

Jun
26
Mon
Jun
30
Fri
2017 - Calling All Super Storytellers!

Calling All Super Storytellers! Once upon a time, there lived children who had the most wonderful ideas… Enjoy some of the magic of classic fairy tales and then become the author of your very own modern tale. Bring along your imagination and sense of adventure as we enter the wonderful world of storytelling. June 26-June 30 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
3
Mon
Jul
7
Fri
2017 - Under the Sea

Under the Sea You may know the song but what do you know about sea creatures like sea horses and sea turtles? Explore the depths of the ocean to learn about coral reefs and a variety of aquatic animals. Find out what we can all do to help marine life flourish. July 3-7/closed July 4 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
13
Thu
2017 - RIT Men's Soccer Summer Youth Development Camp

RIT Men's Soccer invites you to join us for a great training experience. RIT's Summer Youth Development Camp is a commuter camp for youth ages 8- 18 seeking exposure to an advanced soccer training & development environment. The camp will provide young players an opportunity to elevate their soccer skills, grow their love of the game, & improve in the mental, physical, technical, and tactical aspects of their game. Ages 8-18. Select details button to go to their website.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - 3D Digital Graphics Modeling for Games (7-9)

In this introductory course, students will learn how to create their own 3D game assets and import them into a virtual environment. They will learn Autodesk Maya, the industry standard 3D animation software used for nearly all major video games, as well as, 3D animated films like Frozen, Despicable Me, and How to Train Your Dragon.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Creative Coding with Java I (7-9)

In this class, students will be diving into the world of game making and computer programming. We will start by learning simple programming techniques in Java and move on to apply those concepts to a more complex game with awesome visuals. Java is a very versatile language, providing students with a solid foundation for future programming.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Website Design (5-6)

Every day, we use websites to look up information, play games or connect with friends. What separates a good website from a great website? In this intro-level website design course, students will create their own website with original graphics created in Adobe Photoshop.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Video Production (9-12)

In this intense and exciting workshop, students will learn the basics of video production. Working in teams, students will explore documentary filmmaking, learning about Generation Youth and the critical craft of storyboarding. After students have shot their footage, they will be taught professional editing techniques and a few special effects tricks. This Kids on Campus workshop is offered in cooperation with Generation Outreach.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Game Design with the Unreal Engine (9-12)

Unreal Engine is one of the most popular game engines used for making commercial and indie games. Unreal takes advantage of the Blueprints Visual Scripting system, which allows you to program game logic without actually knowing how to type code. This workshop is designed to teach you how to create 2D or 3D interactive environments and characters, place them into your scene and connect the logic so you breathe life into your own designed worlds.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - Magic of Flight and Aeronautics (7-9)

The Wright brothers are famous for flying airplanes. Their inspiration came from flying a model airplane as children. Seeing planes float in the air is magical! In this class students will learn to build and fly model airplanes. Different glider designs will be discussed, including ornithopters and ribbed wing designs. Up to four different designs will be built and kept by the students. This class will focus on the principles of physics, including Newton’s three laws, inertia, friction, lift, drag, center of balance, and stability.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Engineering/Technology, Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - Medical Science 2: Solving Crimes with DNA: Facts, Fiction and Television

The use of DNA evidence in the courtroom has not only become widespread due to advancing technologies, but it has become misunderstood because of several popular television programs. DNA analyses have become powerful tools that have the potential to convict criminals and exonerate the innocent. It has even been used to exonerate criminals who were convicted decades ago. However, the sensitivity of the tests and an undercurrent of misinformation confuse jurors and complicate the criminal justice system. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT and enrich your high school education. For high school students entering grades 9 – 11. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
13
Thu
2017 - RIT Women's Lacrosse Academy

The RIT Women’s Lacrosse Academy is designed to teach, motivate, and cultivate a passion for the game of lacrosse for girls finishing 2nd through 7th grades. Focusing on the fundamentals of girl's lacrosse, campers will learn and work with the RIT coaching staff and current RIT Women's lacrosse players. All campers will go through skill stations, competitive and fun drills, as well as live game play. Instruction will cover all positions including specialized goalie training. Grades 2-7. Registration Fee $225 (includes pinny and lunch the last day 7/13). Select details to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Advanced Java - CCW Java prerequisite (9-12)

Prerequisite: Creative Coding with Java (this summer or a previous summer) In this workshop for the experienced coder, students will work with instructors to to develop an achievable project plan for an app or game. This challenging class is designed for the independent coder who wants to improve their skills with guidance and coaching.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
24
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Electronic Dance Music Production (9-12)

Have you ever wanted to learn how to produce electronic dance music (EDM)? RIT Performing Arts will be holding a two week in-depth summer workshop course for high school students! Learn how to compose, synthesize, edit, mix, and even master a finalized electronic music track.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
10
Mon
Jul
14
Fri
2017 - GenCyber Summer Camp: Cyber Defense

This comprehensive, five-day workshop will provide participants with an introduction to cybersecurity, networking, system administration and security controls. Through collaborative, hands-on lab activities, participants will learn how to create a lab composed of several virtual machines, write a TCP-client/server that implements a substitution cipher, set up a small virtual network to specifications, and configure host security controls. The workshop also includes a mini-CCDC challenge where students will have to create and secure an infrastructure against attackers. Note: As this workshop is funded by a federal grant to RIT, the KOC registration fee will be paid by the grant for each accepted student. Grades 8 - 12. Cost: Free. Information on the application process can be found online at: https://www.rit.edu/gccis/computingsecurity/gencyber NOTE: STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE AN APPLICATION PROCESS. SELECTED STUDENTS WILL BE PROVIDED A SCHOLARSHIP CODE TO USE DURING REGISTRATION. Click DETAILS for information on the application process.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
14
Fri
Jul
16
Sun
2017 - RIT Women's Lacrosse College ID Camp

Come join the RIT Women’s Lacrosse staff for the chance to learn fundamental and advanced skills! The RIT Women’s Lacrosse College ID Camp. is designed to give high school lacrosse (grade 8-12) players intense and fast paced skill specific training. The camp will provide the opportunity for interested student athletes to experience college level instruction from the RIT Women’s Lacrosse staff. The camp will utilize individual instruction to focus on stick work, positional work, transition play, and team competition. Grades 8-12. Registration Fee $400 for Residents (overnight - includes all meals and a pinny), $350 for Commuters (day only - includes lunches & dinners and a pinny). Select details to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
16
Sun
Aug
17
Thu
2017 - Imaging Science - Summer Internship Program

The summer of 2017 will mark the eighteenth year of the high school summer internship program at the Center for Imaging Science. This unique program offers a limited number of highly qualified juniors the opportunity to work side-by-side with world class scientists on a variety of imaging-related research projects. These unpaid internships give students the chance to get valuable hands-on experience in a real laboratory setting as contributing members of a research team. The internship program also provides an opportunity for interaction with other students from surrounding school districts who have similar interests and ambitions. Applications will only be considered from current high school juniors (students who will graduate in June 2018). Select DETAILS button to get more information on their website.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Imaging Science Internship

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - RoboCamp@RIT - Beginner

At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming. We currently offer different programs throughout the year that accommodate for different age/skill levels. The teaching environment focuses on fun and challenging team-based projects and mini-projects. Grades 4-9. Camp Fee; Single Camp $400 Multiple Camps $350 per Camp. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Photoshop Foundations (5-6)

In this introductory course for 5th – 6th graders, students will use Adobe Photoshop to create their own digital works of art! Some of the projects include: monster truck mashup, face swaps, ultimate bedroom design, and superhero creation. Students will create their own digital art series that they will be able to print and take home.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - Cellular and Genetic Mysteries

From Robert Hooke’s first microscope to the sophisticated state-of-the-art imaging systems found on the RIT campus, scientists have worked hard to unlock the secret life of the cell. This camp is for young scientists that are curious about what cells and DNA are and how they make us who we are. We will make the invisible visible, as we explore and inquire. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT. Each summer, experienced science educators use RIT’s expansive natural environment and high-tech labs to provide an extraordinary learning experience for our campers. Grades 6 - 8. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Girls Who Code

Curious about a career in tech? Get started with Girls Who Code's 2 week Campus program at RIT (July 17-28, 2017). Girls Who Code Campus is a two-week immersion program for high school girls to learn computer science fundamentals, gain exposure to tech jobs and join a supportive sisterhood of tens of thousands of girls who code across the US! Beginners welcome; no experience required! Cost $2,000. Scholarships available to those who qualify! Questions: director@wic.rit.edu. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
WIC: Women in Computing

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - 3D Medical Modeling (9-12)

Since the days of DaVinci, medical illustrators have been a key resource to doctors and physicians. For hundreds of years, the detailed drawings of these specialized artists have filled medical textbooks. In this workshop, students will take on the role of medical illustrators and animators and use Autodesk Maya and Keyshot to create 3D renderings of the body.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Introduction to Textile Arts (7-9)

Create a pillow that shimmers with a starry sky, a bag patterned with intricate molecular structures, a beaded forest wall hanging, or design your own custom fabric project. In this hands-on workshop, students will create their own fabric patterns using classic printmaking techniques, dyes and natural materials.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
17
Mon
Jul
21
Fri
2017 - GenCyber Summer Camp: Cyber Offense

This comprehensive, five-day workshop will introduce participants to topics such as reconnaissance and enumeration, network exploitation, understanding network exploits, and web application exploitation. Through collaborative, hands-on lab activities, participants will learn how to conduct reconnaissance and enumeration on a domain, exploit several computers based on reconnaissance and enumeration findings, write a network service exploit in Python, test a small web application, and participate in penetration testing. Note: As this workshop is funded by a federal grant to RIT, the KOC registration fee will be paid by the grant for each accepted student. Grades 8 - 12. Cost: Free. Information on the application process can be found online at: https://www.rit.edu/gccis/computingsecurity/gencyber NOTE: STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE AN APPLICATION PROCESS. SELECTED STUDENTS WILL BE PROVIDED A SCHOLARSHIP CODE TO USE DURING REGISTRATION. Click DETAILS for information on the application process.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
22
Sat
Jul
27
Thu
2017 - TechBoyz

TechBoyz is a week-long summer camp for deaf or hard-of-hearing boys entering 7th, 8th, or 9th grade who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Computing, Engineering/Technology, Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
NTID

Jul
22
Sat
Jul
27
Thu
2017 - Health Care Careers Exploration Camp

Interested in pursuing a career in the fast-growing field of health care? Deaf and hard-of-hearing students who are entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade in fall of 2017 and are in excellent academic standing may attend. The Health Care Careers Exploration Camp will help you explore a range of career options in the field and learn about important issues in health care. This information can help you select a major when you have chosen a college. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
NTID

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Artists in Action

Artists in Action Explore the works of amazing artists. Experiment with a variety of art materials and techniques to create colorful works of art. By week’s end you’ll have your own collection of unique masterpieces to share with your family and friends!marine life flourish. July 24-28 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - Sustainability

There is only one earth and there is a lot we can learn about keeping it balanced. From our apples to our iPods the things in our life have an effect on our lives and the planet. For a week we will study the science that is making our world a better place. During the time we spend at camp we will learn how we can shape the future with the help of biologists and engineers on campus. Do something different this summer, explore the biosciences at RIT. Each summer, experienced science educators use RIT’s expansive natural environment and high-tech labs to provide an extraordinary learning experience for our campers. Grades 6 - 8. Cost $300. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
24
Mon
Jul
28
Fri
2017 - So You Want to be an Engineer...? (7-9)

Ever wonder what an engineer does? How do these analytical inventors create complex machines and electronics? Engineers investigate a problem, then use science and math to design a solution. In this entry-level class, students will look at basic engineering problems such as reaching, lifting, launching, crossing, and detection. This camp is offered in conjunction with RIT’s office of Project Lead the Way.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
29
Sat
2017 - RIT Cheerleading Youth Clinic (ages 6-17)

RIT Cheerleading invites you to join us for a great athletic experience. This clinic will provide aspiring youth cheerleaders ages 6-17 the opportunity to learn a cheer, jumps, dance, tumbling, stunts, and a routine. Participants will perform the routine at the conclusion of the clinic for their families. Age: Girls & Boys ages 6-17. Registration: $40, includes instruction, snack, bow, and t-shirt. Things to Bring: Please wear a tank top, shorts, and have your hair pulled back. Please bring a labeled water bottle and athletic shoes. Click DETAILS for registration information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Restaurant Management Experience (9-12)

Ever wonder what it’s like to run a real restaurant? This workshop is great for anyone interested in exploring a career in the culinary arts. Go behind-the-scenes into a large commercial kitchen! Workshop participants will learn from professionals how to think like chefs as they explore menu planning, recipes, nutrition, and the process of ordering ingredients. This is so much more than a cooking class! Registration space is intentionally limited.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Jul
31
Mon
Aug
4
Fri
2017 - Dungeons and Dragons (7-9)

Where can students learn team building, storytelling, probability, research, improvisation, critical analysis and be challenged to flex their creativity? Around the table in the world of Dungeons and Dragons! In this workshop, students will be taught how to to play and lead this wildly popular, complex tabletop roleplaying game. Each decision a student makes requires consultation of charts and mathematical estimation to determine success of the dice roll. More than a math game, students must work together to unravel the game master’s puzzles.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Kids on Campus

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
11
Fri
2017 - RoboCamp@RIT - Expert

At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming. We currently offer different programs throughout the year that accommodate for different age/skill levels. The teaching environment focuses on fun and challenging team-based projects and mini-projects. Grades 6-10. Camp Fee; Single Camp $400 Multiple Camps $350 per Camp. Select DETAILS button to go to their website for more information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
11
Fri
2017 - Under the Big Top

Under the Big Top Come one…Come all! See the greatest show on campus! Enjoy the fun and excitement of being a circus performer while learning about what goes on under the big top. Clowns, jugglers, tight-rope walkers…don’t miss your chance to be one of the stars of the show! (RIT pool may not be available.) Aug 7-11 Select the DETAILS button to go to their website for more information about Margaret's House: Lil Kids on Campus program for grades 1-4.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Aug
7
Mon
Aug
10
Thu
Aug
14
Mon
Aug
17
Thu
2017 - Men's Tiger Hockey School (Peewees 05,06)

Come learn from one of the top college coaching staffs in the country at the Tiger Hockey School. Teaching hockey is our business. We pride ourselves on running a top notch hockey school where kids learn and have a lot of fun on and off the ice. The RIT Tiger Hockey players are involved in drills, instruction. They also act as off-ice counselors, assisting the coaches so kids get to spend time with their local heroes. This program is for youth born in 2005 and 2006. Camp Fee $325. Click DETAILS for more information, cost, and to register.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Aug
12
Sat
Apr
12
Wed
2017 - RIT Cheerleading Youth Clinic (ages 6-17)

RIT Cheerleading invites you to join us for a great athletic experience. This clinic will provide aspiring youth cheerleaders ages 6-17 the opportunity to learn a cheer, jumps, dance, tumbling, stunts, and a routine. Participants will perform the routine at the conclusion of the clinic for their families. Age: Girls & Boys ages 6-17. Registration: $40, includes instruction, snack, bow, and t-shirt. Things to Bring: Please wear a tank top, shorts, and have your hair pulled back. Please bring a labeled water bottle and athletic shoes. Click DETAILS for registration information.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps