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Jun
24
Mon
Jun
28
Fri
RoboCamp - Beginner (Grades 4 - 9)

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
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - Art with Turtle (Grades 5 - 7)

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, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
11
Thu
Sports Camps - Baseball Mid-Summer Classic Camp (Ages 7-12)

This camp offers each player the unique opportunity to experience the fun of competition, as well as, learn the fundamentals of position specific skills from experienced college and professional instructors. Each day will be heavy on games to help develop understanding and love of the game. We will also have specific time for individual skill development.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Lill Kids on Campus - Who Dunnit? (Grades 1-4)

Who? What? Where? How? These are questions every good detective must answer in order to "crack the case". Follow clues, examine fingerprints, and decipher codes with your friends. Be prepared for a week full of fun activities that require super sleuth skills to solve mysteries.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Printmaking & More! (Grades 5 - 7)

Campers will learn about design and print their own images in this messy and fun workshop! Explore with the monoprinting process and other non-traditional printing while creating landscapes, photo transfers, cards, abstract art, and much, much more! Enjoy applying printmaking methods such as stamping, relief printing, monoprinting using foil, vegetables, block printing, plastic, wood printing, stamps, fabric, paper, flowers, nontraditional objects such as puzzle pieces, and foam. Campers will show off what they have learned when they bring home the fine art cards and print editions that they make throughout the week! 1-week workshop. Cost of $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:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - Basic Digital Arts (Grades 7 - 9)

In this introductory workshop campers will create original works of art using mixed media techniques. They will learn basic elements, and principles, and apply those to traditional pieces. Afterwards campers will scan their artwork and be able to create original digital paintings. Use Adobe Photoshop and traditional drawing techniques. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn how to create digital art. 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
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
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
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - Minecraft Programming with Python (Grades 7 - 9)

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 and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - Students Leading Business (Grades 9 - 12)

What types of jobs are most in demand in today’s technology driven, global environment? What skills do students need to succeed in their careers? The RIT Saunders Business Leadership workshop will provide campers with the opportunity to learn about a variety of business fields while engaging them in dynamic leadership skill-building activities. Campers will participate in activities that will expose them to current career fields where business and technology intersect. Career fields can include: entrepreneurship, supply chain management, hospitality and tourism, accounting and finance, digital marketing, international business and management. Campers will leave with new knowledge about exciting business careers and enhanced leadership 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:
Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - 3D Graphics Modeling for Games (Grades 7 - 9)

This workshop is for campers interested in Art, Design, 3D, and Animation. Campers will learn how to model and texture 3D assets and how to animate them. Campers will explore 3D simulations that include cloth and rigid bodies, as well as, particle effects. Campers will learn to use Autodesk Maya, the industry standard 3D animation software used for nearly all major video games and 3D animated films like Frozen, Despicable Me, and How to Train Your Dragon. Campers with prior experience in Maya will be introduced to advanced topics such as lighting, rigging and preparing models for 3D printing. 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:
Arts, 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
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - DIY: Design It Yourself, A Fashion Maker's Camp (Grades 7 - 12)

This workshop is for campers who love Project Runway! Campers will be fully engaged in an interactive two-week “fashion” themed makers camp, where they will apply STEM principles through art and design to create their own garments, utilizing several DIY techniques. This fun hands-on workshop will culminate with a Camp Tiger runway show in which campers will debut a small “collection” of their own self-designed pieces. 2-week workshop. Cost of $750 includes a $50 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Intro to SketchUp: 3D Architectural Modeling (Grades 9 - 12)

Interested in architectural design? Interested in 3D modeling? This hands-on workshop will consist of demos, short lectures, and a student project. Campers will utilize SketchUp, a 3D modeling computer program, to design their own architectural 3D model. Campers will take home their 3D digital files and a 2D print of their project. No prior knowledge required, basic computer skills are necessary to complete the workshop. This workshop is offered in collaboration with the RIT College of Art and Design Dean's Office. 2-week workshop. Cost of $750 includes a $50 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Engineering/Technology, Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Advanced Experiments in Science (Grades 7 - 9)

Did you love Experiments in Science? Do you want to push yourself to higher levels of understanding and improve your skills as a scientist? If so, Advanced Experiments in Science is the workshop for you! This workshop is preferred for campers who have already taken Experiments in Science and want to learn more about biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
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
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
RoboCamp - Beginner (Grades 4 - 9)

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
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
10
Wed
Sports Camps - Women’s Lacrosse DSD Youth Camp (Ages 8-16)

The RIT Women’s Lacrosse DSD Youth Camp is designed to teach, motivate, and cultivate a passion for the game of lacrosse for girls in 4th through 10th grade. At RIT, our focus is on improving, discovering, and enjoying the game of lacrosse. You will be taught the concepts you need to be more confident. We will offer individual instruction on dodging, shooting and defending conducted by the RIT coaching staff and players. Goalies will receive instruction in positioning, clearing, and leadership. This year we are looking for the most passionate lacrosse players willing to learn, compete and have some fun. This year we are featuring a surprise competition on the final day. You don’t want to miss it!
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - GenCyber (Grades 8 - 12)

**** SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE -- APPLY NOW!!! *** 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. Students will love this hands-on camp taught by RIT faculty and staff 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 students to attend. Eligibility: • middle/high school youth (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 • Upload a letter of recommendation for the camper from a school teacher of their choice. The letter should contain the teacher's contact information. SELECTION and NOTIFICATION We will begin reviewing applications on May 15th. After this, applications will be reviewed based on availability (SPOTS AVAILABLE AS OF MAY 21st!!!). Campers from groups historically underserved and underrepresented in STEM are especially encouraged to apply. Campers will be notified of their acceptance during the week of May 20th. 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:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
12
Fri
Jul
14
Sun
Sports Camps - Women’s Soccer Academy (Ages 14-18)

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.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
SMASH Experience for Girls

SMASH is a special program for rising 8th grade girls, designed to build confidence in science and math. The curriculum focuses on improving the two attitudinal values, perceived usefullness of mathematic and mathematical self-efficacy, impacting math-related achievement. Girls about to enter the 8th grade can join us at RIT for five days of cool science fun with math. Sponsored by RIT's College of Science
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School
Camp Category:
SMASH Experience for Girls: College of Science/Math

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
18
Thu
Sports Camps - Women’s Hockey Youth Camp (Ages 7-14)

The RIT Women’s Hockey Youth Camp is designed to be a fun environment to learn the game for girls in grades 1-8, ages 7-14. Campers will be instructed by RIT Women's Hockey NCAA coaches and players in skills including skating, puck handling, and passing, as well as play small arena games.
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Blasting into Computing (grades 5 - 7)

Develop a big-picture understanding of many diverse areas of computing, ranging from programming a robot to creating a personal website, in this introductory workshop. Campers will use industry-standard software such as Unity for designing games and Adobe Premiere Pro for creating professional-looking video animations. Each day incorporates a different area of computing, with most workshops providing campers with a take-home project so they can share what they’ve created with family and friends. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
15
Mon
Jul
19
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
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Drawing and Painting (Grades 5 - 7)

Campers will draw with their hands, splatter paint onto canvas, drip paint from a ladder. The possibilities are endless! This workshop promotes critical and creative thinking through instruction. Campers will learn and try new techniques while using a wide range of materials such as a pencil, charcoal, ink, acrylic paints, watercolor paints, and much more! Projects will focus on traditional and non-traditional artists, art movements, and cultural traditions from around the world. 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - App Inventor (Grades 7 - 9)

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 $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Java (Grades 9 -12)

Start from the basics and quickly learn advanced programming concepts with the Java programming language. Campers will learn object-oriented programming, basic graphical-user-interfaces, and create original programs that they can bring home. No prior coding experience needed, though campers should be familiar and comfortable with using computers. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Design it. Build it. Engineer it. (Grades 7 - 9)

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 $375 includes a $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
RoboCamp - Mobile App Development (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:
Computing, Other
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
18
Thu
Sports Camps - Volleyball All Skills Camp (Ages 10-18)

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.
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

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - WiC & AT&T Present: Python Coding Camp for Girls

This RIT camp is funded by a grant from AT&T and taught by Women in Computing students that is FREE for accepted girls to attend. No prior programming experience is needed. Campers will learn about essential programming concepts like variables, loops, functions, conditionals through coding projects using Python, a programming language. Engaging activities, both on the computer and off, will also help participants understand what ​computer science really is. They will ​be apart of a community​ ​of​ ​girls​ ​who​ ​are​ ​using​ ​computer​ ​science​ ​to​ change the world! They will use their creativity to create projects while exploring the process of coding. Our summer coding day camp at RIT is a place where campers can learn, connect and have fun. Your child’s coding path can start here! To be considered for this workshop apply here: http://bit.ly/2019PythonCodingCampGirls
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Computing
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

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 • Upload a letter of recommendation for the camper from a school teacher of their choice. The letter should contain the teacher's contact information. 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. Campers will be notified of their acceptance during the week of May 20th. 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 - 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
1
Mon
Jul
5
Fri
Lil Kids on Campus - Hooray for the USA! (Grades 1-4)

Three cheers for the red, white, and blue! Have a Yankee Doodle Dandy good time creating crafts and enjoying fun activities all while celebrating the United States. In honor of the 4th of July, this week includes a patriotic community service project.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
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
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Experiments in Science! (Grades 5 - 7)

Science is fun! In this hands-on workshop campers will learn the science behind everyday life phenomena through experiments in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 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:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Blasting into Computing (Grades 7 - 9)

Develop a big-picture understanding of many diverse areas of computing, ranging from programming a robot to creating a personal website, in this introductory workshop. Campers will use industry-standard software such as Unity for designing games and Adobe Premiere Pro for creating professional-looking video animations. Each day incorporates a different area of computing, with most workshops providing campers with a take-home project so they can share what they’ve created with family and friends. 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 and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
CBET Bioscience Camps - Epidemics and Infectious Disease

This camp will give students interested in biomedical research an exciting opportunity to explore the diverse world of microbes. Students will participate in the collection and isolation of microorganisms and learn laboratory techniques required for growing, visualizing, and identifying bacterial organisms as a basis for gaining valuable insight into the world of epidemiology. They will learn about infections and epidemics, and how science is attempting to stay one step ahead of microbes in an arms race that threatens our very existence.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
CBET Bioscience Camps

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Cardboard Camp (Grades 5 - 7)

Attention Makers! Campers will take their creativity to the next level through life-size cardboard creations. They’ll spend a week learning and applying new techniques on how to take an everyday material to the extreme. 1-week workshop. Cost of $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:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Crash Course in 3D Printing (Grades 9 - 12)

Experience STEAM through 3D printing! This workshop will give campers the tools to turn their ideas into reality through the revolutionary technology of 3D printing. Campers will learn the basics of CAD (the computer side) and how to use 3D printers. Campers will take home the items they have designed to show off their new 3D printing skills! 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. 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
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
Camp Tiger - Intro. to Electronics (Grades 9 - 12)

A perfect introduction to hands-on electronics. This workshop, based on the best-selling workbook "Make: Electronics, 2nd Edition" by Charles Pratt, is all about experiments. Working at their pace, campers will start with the basics and build up to more complicated projects. Every camper will receive their own copy of the book to continue the learning at home. 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $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:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Game Development w/Unity (Grades 5 - 7)

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, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Design & Develop Games with Scratch (Grades 7 - 9)

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, world-building, 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 information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
22
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Game Design in the Unreal Engine (Grades 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 campers how to create 2D or 3D interactive environments and characters, place them into a scene and connect the logic to breathe life into the designed worlds. Unreal Engine has a free version, allowing campers to continue work on their projects after the workshop ends. 2-week workshop. Cost of $700. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Home Is Where Your Design Is - An Introduction to Interior Design (Grades 9 - 12)

This workshop is for campers who can't get enough of HGTV! Campers will learn about the profession of interior design, design thinking, and methods for exploring the ideation process. Project-based activities will focus on volumetric and spatial explorations, and color and materials connections. 2-Week Workshop. Includes a $50 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Engineering/Technology, Other
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
12
Fri
Camp Tiger - Design it. Build it. Engineer it for Girls (Grades 5 - 9)

An introduction to the engineering design process - just for girls! 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. Girls only. 1-Week Workshop. Cost of $375 includes a $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Girls Only
Focus Areas:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
CLOSED - Pre-College Portfolio Preparation

Pre-College Portfolio Preparation is a two-week visual arts workshop designed for high school students (ages 16-18) run by Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Art. Pre-College Portfolio Prep focuses on the process of preparing portfolios for admission to college art programs. Throughout the two weeks, students prepare at least five finished pieces for the college application process. In-depth investigations of media concept development and critical analysis are emphasized. Expressive art assignments, group and individual critiques and visual research will help guide students through the process of portfolio selection and documentation.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
High School
Camp Category:
Pre-College Portfolio Preparation: College of Imaging Arts and Science

Jul
8
Mon
Jul
11
Thu
Sports Camps - Volleyball All Skills Camp (Ages 10-18)

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.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
10
Wed
Jul
13
Sat
Sports Camps - Men’s Soccer College ID Camp (Ages 14-18)

RIT Men’s Soccer invites you to join us for a great training experience. RIT’s College ID Camp is a residential camp for boy’s grades 9-12 seeking exposure to the collegiate soccer environment. The camp 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. In addition to field instruction and competitive opportunities, RIT's College ID Camp prepares young players for the next level by providing a “total body & mind” approach to optimum soccer performance. Nutrition, dynamic stretching, speed and strength training, sports psychology and the college recruiting process will all be addressed by the coaching staff. One on one interaction with the coaching staff is a key element of the structure training approach by staff. While at camp, campers will utilize the same facilities as RIT’s soccer athletes. During their stay, campers will reside in RIT residence halls and all meals will be provided by RIT Dining Services, to provide participants the opportunity to get the full experience of Rochester Institute of Technology. RIT Men’s Soccer Coaching staff also conducts team clinics at RIT or your location in the spring and late summer. If your team or group is interested in learning more, please contact the Men's Soccer office at: 585-475-2618.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
12
Fri
Jul
14
Sun
Sports Camps - Volleyball Position Camp (Ages 10-18)

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 12, lunch and dinner on July 13, lunch on July 14) and a camp T-shirt.
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

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
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 information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Experiments in Science (Grades 7 - 9)

Science is fun! In this hands-on workshop campers will learn the science behind everyday life phenomena through experiments in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Lil Kids on Campus - Artists in Action (Grades 1-4)

Explore the works of amazing artists and be inspired to create your own masterpieces! Work with a variety of art materials and media to help your ideas take shape. Experiment with color and design and when the week is over, you'll have your own gallery collection of amazing art work.
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Lil Kids on Campus

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Crash Course in 3D Printing (Grades 7 -9)

Experience STEAM through 3D printing! This workshop will give campers the tools to turn their ideas into reality through the revolutionary technology of 3D printing. This workshop will give campers the tools to turn their ideas into reality through the revolutionary technology of 3D printing. Campers will learn the basics of CAD (the computer side) and how to use 3D printers. Campers will take home the items they have designed to show off their new 3D printing skills! 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - So You Want to be an Engineer? (Grades 5 - 7)

What does it mean to be an Engineer? Engineering means problem-solving! In this workshop campers will explore basic engineering problems such as reaching, lifting, launching, crossing, and detection. Campers will build machines and program simple circuits to solve problems. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://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
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Digital Medical Arts (Grades 7 - 9)

Since DaVinci, Medical Illustrators have been a valuable resource for doctors and physicians. In this workshop campers will utilize Adobe Photoshop and traditional drawing techniques to learn basic human anatomy and create their own scientific illustrations. Campers will work digitally, drawing several organs and anatomical landmarks. This STEAM workshop is perfect for anyone interested in medicine and the arts. 1-week workshop. Cost of $350. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Jul
29
Mon
Aug
2
Fri
Camp Tiger - Advanced Experiments in Science (Grades 5 - 7)

Did you love Experiments in Science? Do you want to push yourself to higher levels of understanding and improve your skills as a scientist? If so, Advanced Experiments in Science is the workshop for you! This workshop is for campers who have already taken Experiments in Science and want to learn more about biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. 1-week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. For more information on Camp Tiger, please see: http://kidsoncampus.rit.edu
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Science
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
RoboCamp - Beginner (Grades 4 - 9)

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
Camp Category:
RoboCamp

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
18
Thu
Sports Camps - Men’s Lacrosse Tiger Camp (Ages 7-18)

With a wonderful week of camp in 2018, the Tiger camp staff is excited for another great camp in 2019. 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.
Gender:
Boys Only
Focus Areas:
Sports
Target Grade Level:
Elementary, Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School, High School
Camp Category:
RIT Athletics Camps

Jul
15
Mon
Jul
19
Fri
Camp Tiger - Sue's Tech Kitchen presents... Mission to Mars! (Grades 3-5)

This week-long workshop invites kids on an immersive storytelling adventure with Sue, a friend from the near future who can lead the way to the Red Planet! Color-changing Martian crafts, edible MarshMolecules (TM), weather-predicting AI tools, and Mars Rover models are just a few of the projects students will complete together while learning the basics of Coding, Machine Learning, Environmental Science, and Engineering and honing their skills as budding Innovators. Campers at RIT will have the first, exclusive opportunity to experience this brand new program before it expands to New York City and beyond! Envisioned by best-selling author and Zuckerberg Media Founder and CEO Randi Zuckerberg, Sue's Tech Kitchen creates STEM-inspired adventures that inspire children from all backgrounds to engage with tomorrow's technologies today.1- week workshop. Cost of $375 includes $25 supply fee. For more info on Sue's Tech Kitchen visit: https://www.suestechkitchen.com/ For more info on Camp Tiger visit us online at: https://www.rit.edu/academicaffairs/koc/
Gender:
Boys and Girls
Focus Areas:
Arts, Computing, Engineering/Technology, Science, Other
Target Grade Level:
Elementary
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

Jul
22
Mon
Jul
26
Fri
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
Camp Tiger - Intro to Scientific Research (Grades 7 - 9)

Become a junior scientist! Campers will investigate some of the most interesting questions (past, present, and future) in biology, chemistry and genetic engineering. We will keep your camper's curiosity peaked with exploration, activities & experiments designed to help them understand how to think like a scientist and explore problems and solutions that have the ability to have an amazing impact on our society. 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:
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- So You Want to be an Engineer?

What does it mean to be an Engineer? Engineering means problem-solving! In this workshop campers will explore basic engineering problems such as reaching, lifting, launching, crossing, and detection. Campers will build machines and program simple circuits to solve problems. 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:
Engineering/Technology
Target Grade Level:
Elementary and Middle School, Middle to High School
Camp Category:
Camp Tiger (formerly Kids on Campus)

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