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Camp Tiger - Art with Turtle (Grades 7 - 9)

Looking for a STEAM experience? This workshop will integrate computing and art. Based on an exercise taught to first year software engineering students at RIT, campers will use Turtle in Python to create art. At the end of the week, campers will print their poster to bring home to showcase both their artistic abilities and coding skills. 1- week workshop. Cost of $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Lil Kids on Campus - Fantastical Creatures of the Deep Blue Sea (Grades 1-4)

Join us to explore the creatures of the deep blue sea for a fun-filled week of ocean-themed crafts and activities. Discover and learn about interesting and unique sea life and use your imagination to create your own fantastical ocean creatures.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Media Crew (Grades 7 - 12)

Media Crew is for campers who love social media, taking pictures, and/or making videos. The Media Crew is a 4-person team of campers that works together with their instructor to chronicle the Camp Tiger experience while learning skills in new media, marketing, communications. As part of the Media Crew, campers will observe every workshop in action and have the opportunity to interact with all the Camp Tiger campers. At the end of the week the Media Crew will have posts and a video of the week to show off to the world (but mostly our followers). 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Game Development w/Unity (Grades 7 - 9)

In Game Development with Unity, campers will create their very own Super Mario Bros.-esque game. Campers will have complete creative freedom, making their own visual and audial assets, levels, enemies, platforms, and more! Scripts will be provided to minimize the difficult bits of Unity coding, without inhibiting the camper’s control of their project. No experience necessary. 2-week workshop. Cost of $700. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Intro to STEM Research - eCYBERMISSION (Grades 7 - 9)

How does STEM apply to your real life? Learn the scientific research and engineering design process as you investigate some of the most interesting STEM questions (past, present, and future) in biology, chemistry, and genetic engineering. This camp will prepare you to participate in eCYBERMISSION – a web-based STEM competition where you will work in a small group to explore problems and solutions that have the ability to have an amazing impact on your community. Do you accept the challenge? 1-week workshop. FREE - apply here: https://forms.gle/6k2grQKW3SgBRq2v7
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Acting and Improvisation 101 (Grades 9 - 12)

Did you know that you can get involved with the performing arts at RIT? This workshop will engage campers in acting improvisations and scene work to develop skills in the craft of acting. Campers will present a showcase of their scene work and/or improvisations for parents at the end of the workshop. Offered in collaboration with the department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture. 2-week workshop. Cost of $700. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Electronic Music & Sound Production

Have you ever wanted to learn how to produce Electronic Music or EDM? In this workshop offered in collaboration with RIT Performing Arts, learn how to compose, synthesize, edit, mix, and even DJ electronic music tracks. You will learn how to: use a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW); create sample-based percussion tracks; layer basslines; design sound effects and ambience; create lead melodies and harmonies; synthesize pad and atmospheric sounds; add vocals or vocal effects; process tracks with EQ, compression, delay, and reverb. The workshop will also include an introduction to synthesizers, arranging, and mixing with Ableton Live. 2-week workshop. Cost $700. For more information on Camp Tiger visit: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing, Engineering/Technology, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
23
Tue
Jul
24
Wed
Sports Camps - Women's Hockey Development Camp (Ages 14-18)

The RIT Women’s Hockey Development Camp is designed to educate girls on what it takes to play at the NCAA level for high school girls in grades 9-12. There will be attention to detail in skill development with all instruction provided by RIT Women's Hockey NCAA coaches and players. There are limited spots at each position. Come and join us for a first class experience!
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Lil Kids on Campus - Passports, Please! (Grades 1-4)

Take a trip around the world! Each day you will visit a different location. You will experience other cultures through stories, music and art. Your taste buds will travel, too, when you sample traditional foods from other countries. Make sure to bring a bag to take home the souvenirs you collect!
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - App Inventor (Grades 9 - 12)

In this introduction to Apps, campers will design, create, and publish an Android application to the Google Play Store. This rigorous test of creativity and problem solving will allow campers to showcase their designs to colleges and employers alike. No coding experience required! 1-week workshop. Cost of workshop: $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - ASL SPLASH! (Grades 7 - 9)

Campers will immerse themselves in the world of ASL and Deaf people. They will become comfortable using their face and body for communication and learn everyday/basic sign. Campers will... See the world through Deaf eyes. Pick up some new friends along the way. Learn a really different and cool language. Awaken a new sense of curiosity and appreciation. Support the Deaf community locally and globally. And, Heighten their awareness of diversity. 1-week workshop. Cost of workshop: $350 For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
RoboCamp - Advanced (Grades 4 - 10)

RoboCamp @ RIT is a series of week-long day camps that let students design, build, and program robots from Lego Mindstorm EV3 and other robotics kits.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Aug
5
Mon
Aug
8
Thu
Aug
12
Mon
Aug
15
Thu
Sports Camps - Men’s Hockey Tiger School

The Tiger Hockey School is in its 20th year of operation and is considered the premier hockey school in the Rochester area. This summer, the Tiger Hockey School will be held again in RIT's Gene Polisseni Center, one of the top college hockey arenas in the country. Campers will actually gain a feel for what is is like to play in a big-time arena and hopefully dream of someday playing for the RIT Tigers.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Aug
5
Mon
Aug
9
Fri
RoboCamp - Expert (Grades 6-10)

RoboCamp @ RIT is a series of week-long day camps that let students design, build, and program robots from Lego Mindstorm EV3 and other robotics kits.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Dungeons & Dragons (Grades 5 - 12)

Where can you learn team-building, storytelling, probability, research, improvisation, critical analysis and be challenged to flex your creativity? Around the table in the world of Dungeons & Dragons! In this workshop, campers will be taught how to to play and lead this wildly popular and complex tabletop role-playing game. Each decision made requires consultation of charts and mathematical estimation to determine success of the dice roll. More than a math game, campers must work together to unravel the game master’s puzzles. The possibilities are infinite as campers figure out how to work with (and around) the rules, and gain confidence as they take on the role of a wizard, paladin, warrior or a rogue. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
CBET Bioscience Camps - Solving Crimes with DNA

High school students will spend the week isolating DNA, analyzing it through methods commonly employed in forensic laboratories, and interpreting the results. They will not only learn and practice these laboratory techniques, but will also discuss the ethics of forensic DNA testing and explore the application and implications of DNA evidence in real cases. They will apply these techniques to "solve" a hypothetical crime through the use of DNA analyses and reasoning. While doing this, they will learn about the life of a 'real' CSI.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Minecraft Programming with Python (Grades 5 - 7)

Learn programming concepts in a fun way! Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox indie game where users dig (mine) and build (craft) minerals in a world filled with varying terrains and habitats. Python, with its clear readable code style is a great programming language to learn the basics of computers and programming. In this workshop, campers will learn to program in Python as they build huge structures in Minecraft. Once campers get the hang of it, there is no stopping their imaginations - they will build things even the creators of Minecraft didn’t think of! 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Design & Develop Games with Scratch (Grades 5 - 7)

In this exciting workshop, campers will be introduced to the fundamentals of game design and development using Scratch. Topics will include problem solving, logic, storytelling, worldbuilding, and creation of art. By the end of the course, campers will get to present what they learned by creating their very own 2D game. 2-week workshop. Cost of $700. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Arduinos & Robots (Grades 7 - 9)

Learn the basics of robotics engineering and hardware programming! Campers use the popular Arduino microcontroller to design and build fully-autonomous robots to their liking, including programming the bot to follow a line. Campers will take home a supply kit at the end of the workshop. 2-week workshop. Cost of $750 includes a $50 supply fee. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing, Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
RoboCamp - Advanced (Grades 4 - 10)

RoboCamp @ RIT is a series of week-long day camps that let students design, build, and program robots from Lego Mindstorm EV3 and other robotics kits.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - GenCyber for Girls (Grades 8 - 12)

Meet new people and encounter new challenges! With hacking stories appearing daily in global news headlines, and a world that's more interconnected than ever, we need sharp minds focused on safeguarding online communities and capabilities. Girls will love this all-girls hands-on camp taught by RIT faculty and students that emphasizes cyber ethics, online safety, cyber security and defense. This RIT camp is funded by a federal grant from the NSA GenCyber program and is FREE for accepted girls to attend. Eligibility: • middle/high school youth girls (incoming grades 8-12) • this is a beginner camp, so no previous experience is necessary • students will need to complete the application process to be considered for acceptance • NOTE - students who have participated in the RIT GenCyber camp in the past are not eligible to apply • NOTE - this is not a residential camp, there is no provision for overnight stay for campers HOW TO APPLY: Acceptance into GenCyber is determined through an application process. In order to apply, please complete this application form: http://bit.ly/2019Gencybercamp It will ask you to: • Provide contact demographic information for the camper • Upload a short essay written by the camper describing their background for the workshop and explaining why participating in the workshop would be meaningful SELECTION and NOTIFICATION We will begin reviewing applications on May 15th. After this, applications will be reviewed based on availability. Campers from groups historically underserved and underrepresented in STEM are especially encouraged to apply. Admitted students who accept their spot in GenCyber will then be given a code to complete camp registration forms through the Camp Tiger registration page. (Note: health and immunization forms are required before the start of camp.)
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Dungeons & Dragons (Grades 5 - 12)

Where can you learn team-building, storytelling, probability, research, improvisation, critical analysis and be challenged to flex your creativity? Around the table in the world of Dungeons & Dragons! In this workshop, campers will be taught how to to play and lead this wildly popular and complex tabletop roleplaying game. Each decision made requires consultation of charts and mathematical estimation to determine success of the dice roll. More than a math game, campers must work together to unravel the game master’s puzzles. The possibilities are infinite as campers figure out how to work with (and around) the rules, and gain confidence as they take on the role of a wizard, paladin, warrior or a rogue. 1-week workshop. Cost of workshop: $350. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
CBET Bioscience Camps - Medicine and Human Disease

The focus of this camp will be on systemic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, metabolic disease and cancer. Students will conduct tests for measuring normal organ function and will learn how to perform several routine diagnostic and medical laboratory procedures. They will also examine preserved human organs, both macroscopically and microscopically, and will learn how to distinguish healthy and diseased tissues.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - 3D Medical Modeling (Grades 7 - 9)

This introductory course is a gateway to the world of 3D medical illustration. In this workshop campers will use Autodesk Maya and Cinema 4D to create brief 3D animations of the body. Campers will learn animation software, and create short videos. They will work digitally and learn how to animate internal structures of the body. 1-week workshop. Cost of workshop: $350 For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing, Engineering/Technology, Science
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Design it. Build it. Engineer it. (Grades 5 - 7)

An introduction to the engineering design process! Designed by the women of RIT's Women in Engineering Program (WE@RIT), this workshop uses a series of hands-on activities to explore real-world energy problems and a variety of engineering disciplines with a focus on sustainability. Campers will create a bigger picture to apply problem solving to issues involving the environment, sustainability and energy. Campers will build sustainable dog houses, explore ergonomic design, and so much more. Through it all campers will get a better understanding of what engineering is and how engineers can make a difference in the environment. 1-Week Workshop. Cost of workshop is $375 includes a $25 supply fee. For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
RoboCamp - K-5 Camp

RoboCamp @ RIT is a series of week-long day camps that let students design, build, and program robots from Lego Mindstorm EV3 and other robotics kits.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Aug
5
Mon
Aug
9
Fri
Lil Kids on Campus -- Music Extravaganza! (Grades 1-4)

There's nothing better than enjoying music with friends. Classic, jazz, country, folk...they are all special and unique. Come expand your love of music, create your own instruments, and write songs with your friends during this fun-filled camp.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Aug
5
Mon
Aug
9
Fri
RoboCamp - K-5 Camp

RoboCamp @ RIT is a series of week-long day camps that let students design, build, and program robots from Lego Mindstorm EV3 and other robotics kits.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp