UMMA Art Camp for Kids
This year the museum offers 6 weekly sessions of art and fun for students from Grades 1 through 8. Please visit the museum website at www.umma.umaine.edu to register online or call us at 561.3350 for more information and to request a brochure.
Young Authors Camps
Young Authors Camp is a 5-day, 18-hour, summer experience that inspires creative thinking and writing. Young authors explore different writing genre including autobiography, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, share their writing in a supportive, encouraging community of writers, and have fun!
Consider Engineering 3-4 day summer session for high aptitude math and science high school students by invitation only.
Maine Summer Transportation Institute
The institute will run each day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the two weeks and is free. As participants in the annual transportation institute, up to 20 students from the greater Bangor area will get a close look at careers in engineering and transportation. The event is cosponsored by the Maine Department of Transportation, the UMaine College of Engineering, and the Federal Highway Administration. It is designed to introduce students at an early age to jobs and careers available in Maine’s transportation industry.
Accepted students will participate in field trips, leadership and team-building activities, and a series of age-appropriate workshops, with hands-on laboratory experiences all related to transportation mode, safety and products, alternative fuels, construction materials, and computer-aided design. Students also will participate in recreational activities at the Student Recreation and Fitness Center. The majority of the daylong activities will take place at the Bion and Dorain Foster Student Innovation Center, at different engineering labs and at various off-campus locations.
For more information please call Sheila Pendse: 207.581.2225 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maine Summer Youth Music Camps
The Maine Summer Youth Music Program offers opportunities in study and performance through band, orchestra, chorus, stage band, piano, small ensembles and classes in music listening and theory.
Campus Recreation Summer Camps
UMaine Campus Recreation and the Town of Orono have teamed up to offer Summer RAD camps for kids K-5th grade. These camps are designed for campers looking to explore many different activities and share those experiences with other campers. Your child will engage in their choice of activities in a safe, supervised, stimulating, non-competitive environment. Our home base is located in the New Balance Student Recreation Center on campus, and we will be venturing into the town of Orono for many activities as well as the Greater Bangor Area. RAD Camp offers an assortment of activities including swimming, rock climbing, soccer, arts and crafts, canoeing, field games, library time, and many more. These specific opportunities we offer, are designed to develop self-esteem, leadership skills, responsibility, and teamwork. Our philosophy is environmentally oriented, so while at camp our directors and counselors will be promoting environmental consciousness/sustainability in all aspects of camp; a skill that your child will take into everyday life. Dates, times, and fees vary by the camp.
Maine Summer Sports Camps
Our goal is to provide a quality camp experience and memories to last a lifetime. Our UMaine coaches have designed their camps to give each participant a good foundation in sports skills, techniques, and the strategies of the game. This, we believe, will set the groundwork for a quality camp experience!
4-H Camp & Learning Centers at Tanglewood & Blueberry Cove
Wild wonders abound in the woods along the Ducktrap River where art, music and science meet; day, residential and trip programs for ages 4-17.
Experience the enchantment of living by the sea with islands to explore and adventures to be had; day, residential and trip programs for ages 4-17.
4-H Camp & Learning Center at Bryant Pont
Summer camp at Bryant Pond is a unique blend of traditional camp activities, with fun and challenging outdoor and conservation.
Academic college preparation experience for economically disadvantaged high school aged youth.