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2021 Summer Camps

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Adventure WV First-Year Trips

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Adventure WV First-Year Trips are peer-led, adventure-based experiences that prepare students for life at WVU. Trips offer participants diverse opportunities to meet other first-year students, learn about themselves, and connect with WVU.

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Forensic Science Summer Camp

The Next Generation Forensic Science Initiative will be hosting an introductory forensic science summer camp for high school students (9th – 12th grade) for one week this summer. Through hands-on, experiential learning, participants will acquire the practical knowledge and skills that forensic scientists employ in their day-to-day casework. At the conclusion of the week, participants will take their newly acquired knowledge and skills and apply them to a mock crime scene at the Crime Scene Complex.

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Brain Camp

Brain Camp is a unique, immersive science-based camp experience. A wide range of neuroscience related topics will be discussed through lectures, activities, and lab demonstrations.

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Campus Rec Kids Summer Camp

Campus Rec Kids Summer Camp will offer nine weeks of fun in-person activities and crafts to children ages five to 12, beginning June 1. Weekly themes will include the following camper favorites: To Infinity and Beyond, Dino Days, Bippity Boppity Boo, Mountaineer Magic, Animal Planet, Holiday Madness, Going for Gold and Pirates and Mermaids.

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Appalachian GeoSTEM Camp

A camp experience that will go far beyond indoor lessons and lectures by putting learning into the field alongside experts, to create hands-on experiences that allow students to explore the natural world while recreating in the outdoors.

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Sports Camps/Clinics

WVU Athletics, in accordance with local officials is now accepting camp entries for the 2021 camp season. Please follow the link for all sport camp opportunities.

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Statewide Virtual 4-H Programs

West Virginia 4-H is excited to announce our Summer 2021 virtual programming experiences that will launch in June. These virtual 4-H Special Interest (SPIN) clubs will focus on different topic areas (Cloverbud, Civic Engagement, Healthy Living, and STEM). The programs will meet daily for five sessions or meet weekly for four sessions. Do not hesitate to register. We anticipate these programs to fill quickly. These summer 4-H virtual experiences are open to any youths. Be sure to read each program description to determine which age groups are invited to participate. Each program various in audience age range. Some programs are designed for Cloverbuds (any youths with birthdates between October 1, 2012, and June 30, 2015), while others are geared towards youths who will be 9 years old or older by September 30, 2021. All of our virtual summer programming options have a small fee to allow us to provide a program kit of supplies for youths to engage in hands-on activities at home with the instructors during each session. There are scholarships available for youths to participate in all of our virtual summer programs.

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Monongalia County 4-H Fun Camp Events

Missing 4-H camp this summer or new to the program and wanting to learn more about what it is? Join us for our camp-themed fun events on June 13 at 4-H Camp Muffly. Kindergarten through 2nd graders are invited to take part in the Cloverbud Camp Day event from 2:00-4:00pm and 3rd-6th graders are invited to attend our Amped for Camp event from 6:00-8:00pm. These two camp-inspired events will include a lot of camp activities including crafts, STEM, and snacks. Space will be limited to 24 participants at each event, due to COVID-19 regulations, so do not delay in registering. The cost is $10 per participant. Masks are required and those participating are required to complete the COVID-19 WVU Extension waiver, as well as the other required forms. Those who register will be invoiced the $10 and will not be considered registered until that fee is collected (scholarships are available). Registration will close on May 28, 2021. Please note that if WVU Extension limits in person activities, this session may be postponed or activity bags may be distributed in place of the in-person activity.

Register here, click “sign up” and then enroll your child or children in 4-H to see the other fun activities available. If you have questions, contact the WVU Monongalia County Extension Office at (304) 291-7201.

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