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Summer Camps and Summer Programs at Alfred University - Alfred, NY

Portfolio Preparation for College Bound Artists  |  Summer Institute in Creative Writing  |  Robotics Engineering Camp  |  Summer Theatre Institute  |  Equestrian Camps  |  Astronomy Camp  |  Ceramic & Glass Engineering Camp  |  Chemistry – Nature of Light  |  Competitive Swimming Camp  |  Computer Engineering Camp  |  Equine Business Institute  |  SuperCamps & SuperClinics- Basketball Camps

Portfolio Preparation for College Bound Artists

Description:
Portfolio Preparation for College-Bound Artists. This co-ed overnight art camp is a 4-day intensive program to aid in establishing a body of work in portfolio preparation. The goal of the program is to expose students to observational drawing, an understanding of color and a sound foundation in the vocabulary of art and art related pursuits. Students will create artwork and receive art instruction in daily classes. Each student must bring a portfolio for review and will receive constructive advice on how to accomplish the best college application portfolio they can.
This program is for students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school with a desire to continue his/her education at an art school of their choice. The number of participants will be kept small to allow for individualized attention.
When not in classes, students enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, and social gatherings at a local coffee shop, as well as a farewell party on the last night Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 10-12.
Dates: July 9-13, 2017
Cost: $910 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017.

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/art.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Summer Institute in Creative Writing

Description:
The Summer Institute in Creative Writing is designed for high school students interested in learning new ways to improve their writing skills. The program provides an introduction to four of the most important and powerful genres: poetry, short fiction, the essay, and drama. In the morning, students participate in a variety of writing-intensive exercises. These morning sessions cover such topics as voice, character, and narrative. In the afternoon, using a workshop model, students critique and revise the work produced in the earlier session.
When not in classes, students enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, hiking, social gatherings at a local coffee house as well as a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
The Summer Institute in Creative Writing is a coed, residential program for students who have completed their freshman, sophomore, or junior year in high school.
Dates: June 25-29, 2017
Cost: $910 (covers tuition, housing, food, supervision, activities and program materials)
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/writing.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Robotics Engineering Camp

Description:
Alfred University’s Summer Robotics Camp is a dynamic program based on the VEX Robotics System which offers high school students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Beyond science and engineering principles, a VEX Robotics project also encourages teamwork, leadership and problem solving among groups. Classes are taught by an Alfred University Professor of Electrical Engineering. Students will experience hands-on learning in small classes, through assembling and programming the VEX Robotics System to perform various functions. Topics include:
• Overview of a VEX Robotics System
• Assembling the VEX Robotics System
• Programming the VEX Robotics System using EasyC (a simplified version of the popular C language used by many engineers) for basic movements (going forward, backward, turning, picking up objects, responding to sensor inputs, etc.)
• Learning how to perform both radio control and autonomous control of the VEX Robotics System
• Programming the VEX Robotics System to go through a simple maze
• Programming the VEX Robotics System for classroom competition in a football/soccer game
When not in class, students enjoy planned activities on campus as well as free time for relaxation. Living, dining, and learning together as a team, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other well and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 10-12.
Dates: June 25-29, 2017
Cost: $910 covers tuition, housing, food, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/robotics.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Summer Theatre Institute

Description:
Alfred University Summer Theatre Camp is an exciting, intensive program for students interested in learning more about theatre production and performance. Summer Theatre at Alfred provides a great opportunity for students to create, experience and develop perspectives and skills in theatre through full group sessions and with a good deal of individual attention, training and experience in theatre from our distinguished faculty. Our unique blend of broad choices and training in specific areas leads to many energetic classes and much individual growth. With a dynamic, engaging, talented and caring faculty, terrific facilities, and lovely surroundings, the Alfred University Theatre Institute could make this your best summer ever!
Morning sessions focus on actor training. Afternoons are devoted to design, technical theatre, voice and voice development. In the late afternoons students choose particular areas to work on, including voice for the stage, acting, design, technical theatre and/or stage managing. At least one trip to a professional theatre will be included in the program. The institute will conclude with a public performance of scenes and at least one rehearsed short play.
When not in class or rehearsal, students enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, hikes, bowling, social gatherings at a local coffee house as well as a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining, and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
The Summer Theater Institute is a coed, residential program for students entering grades 10-12.
Dates: July 2-14, 2017
Cost: $1,995 covers tuition, housing, food, field trip, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/theater.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Alfred University Equestrian Camps

Description:
Alfred University offers two four Equestrian Camps – 2-Day and 2-Residential. These camps create a wonderful opportunity for all levels of riders from beginners through advanced. Campers can bring their own horses or use AU's lesson horses during their week of camp. They will be assigned a horse and during the week have the opportunity to ride and care for the horse as they refine their skills based on their own personal goals and direction.

Residential English Camp: July 9-14, 2017
Western Horsemanship Camp: July 23-28, 2017
Both of these camps are for boys and girls ages 14-17; these camp will offer specific riding instruction specific to your cmap choice as well as taking into account the gifts and needs of the participants. We have two riding sessions each day. For both camps, students will define realistic personal goals at the beginning of the week and their lessons will be directed toward helping them achieve their goals. A student show will be held at the end of the week to allow riders to demonstrate the skills they have learned. In the evenings, campers enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, visits to nearby Foster Lake for picnics and campfires, hiking, social gatherings at a local coffee shop and a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.
Equestrian Day Camp: June 27 26-June 29- open to riders of all levels, ages 8-13. 2. The camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Both English and Western instruction will be offered. Campers will be assigned a horse to ride during the week and will also be involved with the hands-on care for that horse. When campers are not involved in riding they will be busy with arts and crafts projects and other recreational activities as well as learning stable management skills. A horse show will be held at the end of the day on Thursday so campers can demonstrate for their parents the skills they learned during the week.
“First Touch”: An Introduction to Horse Care, Handling and Riding: July 5-7, 2017.
This “mini” camp is designed for the beginner who has a passion for horses. Emphasizing safety first, the aim of the camp is to build confidence in each camper while they learn to handle, care for and ride horses. Also covered will be horse behavior activities based on studies that tell us a little more about how horses think and what naturally motivates them to learn. Also education will be offered in horse anatomy, horse tack, g rooming/handling and riding. This is the perfect camp for campers with little to no experience with horses.

Program Information:
The English and Western Horsemanship Residential Camps are coed programs for riders ages 14-17.
Dates: English: July 9-14, 2017; Western: July 23-28, 2017
Enrollment deadline: June 1, 2017
Cost: $910 (covers tuition, housing, food, program materials, evening recreational activities and either use of an Alfred University horse or boarding of the camper’s own horse)
The Equestrian Day Camp (cost $306) is a (full-day) commuter program for campers ages 8-13.
Dates: June 26-29, 2017
Enrollment deadline: June 1, 2017
First Touch Mini Day Camp is a (half-day) commuter program for campers ages 8-13.
Dates: July 5-7, 2017
Cost: $165
Enrollment Deadline: June 1, 2017

Contact:
Nancy Kohler, Equestrian Program Director
AU Equestrian Center
5174 Lake Road
Alfred Station, NY 14803
Telephone:   (607) 587-9012
Fax:   (607) 587-9013
Email:   kohler@alfred.edu   (shank@alfred.edu)
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/w-equestrian.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Astronomy Camp

Description:
The Alfred University Astronomy Camp is designed for high school students who love astronomy and are interested in pursuing an education in the physical sciences or math. The camp is conducted at the Stull Observatory on the Alfred University Campus. The program is staffed by faculty of the Alfred University physics department. The camp covers topics like: astronomical basics, variable star photometry, asteroid astrometry and photometry, astronomical imaging of nebulae, clusters, and galaxies, observation and analysis of solar activity, imaging and analysis of solar system objects, lunar and planetary science, asteroids, solar flares, stellar evolution, CCD imaging, galactic structure, cosmology and spectroscopy.
When not in classes, students enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, hiking, social gatherings at a local coffee house as well as a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 10-12.
Dates: July 16-20, 2017
Cost: $910 covers tuition, housing, food, supervision, activities & program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/astronomy.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Ceramic & Glass Engineering Camp

Description:
The Alfred University Ceramic & Glass Engineering camp is for students who wish to learn about this exciting field. Students participate in fascinating hands-on lab experiences in ceramic processing & tape casting and glass melting & press forming, working alongside faculty. Ceramic Processing and Tape Casting: Ceramic components are at the heart of a vast majority of our everyday items, from cell phones to toilets. At the center of the manufacturing process is ceramic processing - using powders to make usable items. This summer lab exercise will focus on making a ceramic “sun-catcher” that will be fabricated using tape casting, lamination, and glazing, capturing aspects of both historical and advanced ceramic materials and processing techniques. We will discuss the chemistry involved, the reactions that occur at both room temperature and at high temperature, and how these processes affect the properties (light transmission, strength, etc.) of the ceramic component. Glass Melting and Press Forming: Glass is everywhere in our daily lives, from the screen on your cell phone and LCD television, to windows, bottles, and fiber optic cables. Unlike other ceramics and materials, glass is not a solid, but a super-cooled liquid. How glass is made, however, is an exciting and visually spectacular event, where raw materials (sand, limestone, and soda ash) are blended and melted at high temperature to form a viscous liquid that can be cast and shaped into objects. This lab exercise will discuss how chemistry affects glass properties and color, making glass, and stress in glass due to cooling. In addition, each student will cast a glass piece to take home! In the evenings, students have lots of fun participating in a variety of activities including indoor and outdoor games, movies, hikes, social gatherings at a local coffee house, a farewell party on the last night, and more. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 11 or 12.
Dates: June 25-29, 2017
Cost: $910 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, N.Y. 0
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/science.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Chemistry – The Nature of Light

Description:
Alfred University’s Consumer Chemistry: The Nature of Light is a dynamic camp for students aged 14-17 who want to know more about spectrophotometry. Participants will use the scientific method to design and build their own spectroscopes, experiment with spectrophotometer, perform a colorimetric analysis and use their creativity to apply the wavelengths of light energy to clothing. Classes are taught by distinguished members of the Alfred University Chemistry faculty. The program emphasis is on learning and having fun!
Have you ever wondered . . .
• What causes the different colors in fireworks?
• Where the glow from a glow-stick comes from?
• What makes fluorescent lighting harsh for some people?
• Why there are summer colors and winter colors for clothing?
- Why greenhouses use blue lights for certain growth and red-blue for others?
This camp will help answer those questions and many more! You will discover how light works and much more! Camp topics are tailored to student interests and students are given the opportunity to explore topics of individual curiosity.The camp will also include daily labs as well as brief lectures and lively discussions about the nature of light.
When not in classes, students will enjoy planned recreational activities such as indoor and outdoor games, movies, visits to a nearby lake for picnics and campfires, social gatherings at a local coffee house and a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students ages 14-17.
Dates: June 25-29, 2017
Cost: $910 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/chemistry.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Competitive Swimming Camp

Description:
The Alfred University Swim Camp, for competitive swimmers, is designed to enhance the technical aspects of stroke, training, and the strategies needed for each camper to compete at the top level of competitive swimming. Technical instructions, stretching and dry land training, training principles and stroke development are an integral part of the program. Each athlete will be videotaped and receive a DVD with stroke analysis. Additional advanced workouts will be available for competitive swimmers who are in training.
In the evenings, campers enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, hiking, social gatherings at a local coffee house as well as a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed camp for students entering grades 7-12 who swim competitively.
Both residential and commuter options are available. (Students must be at least 12 years old to be accepted into this camp.)
Dates: July 9-14, 2017 (Sunday through Friday)
Enrollment deadline: June 1, 2017
Cost: $480 residential or $380 commuter (commuter rate includes breakfast and lunch).
Team and early bird discounts available.

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/swimming.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Computer Engineering Camp

Description:
Alfred University’s Computer Camp is an exciting program that offers computing experiences for both basic and advanced students. Students learn at their own pace, each at their own computer station. Both creative and practical programming will be covered, but the emphasis is on having fun. Classes are taught by college professors and advanced graduate students with experience in all realms of computer engineering. Students will experience 'hands-on' learning in small classes, through regular practice, seminars and demonstrations. They can choose to learn on their own, or work in a group. When they register, students can select the areas of computing they wish to study.
Instruction topics include: video game design, microcontrollers, computer languages, web page design, software applications and simple robotics. Students will learn an advanced language such as C++ or Java and can experiment with new graphics languages. Each will program different applications that they will then be able to take home. Students can learn advanced programming skills to program robots, sensors and security systems! Web page design will include instruction in HTML - the standard used to program web pages - as well as DHTML. Students will also learn to use software to create graphics. Each student will leave camp having designed his/her own web page that includes text and graphics!
When not in classes, students enjoy planned recreational activities which may include indoor and outdoor games, movies, hiking, social gatherings at a local coffee house as well as a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students aged 12-17.
TENTATIVE date: July 9-13, 2017 - check back for updated information
Cost: $910 covers tuition, housing, food, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802-1296
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/computer-engr.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Equine Business Institute

Description:
This dynamic program is for students entering grades 9-12 and is designed to provide an excellent opportunity for campers to learn more about the horse industry as a business and all concepts that entails from riding to caring for the horse and will end with a full day at a local county fiar. This camp will provide hands-on experience with handling horses as well as the business end of running a successful equine center from start to finish. The emphasis will be on providing campers the ability to see what running a successful equine center is all about. The program will be led by Alfred University’s Director of Equestrian Studies/Director of the Alfred University Equestrian Center.
Campers will participate in sessions that will cover:
• Issues facing the industry today
• How to care for a horse in the sagging economy
• Basic needs of a horse (feed, bedding, bandaging, first-aid, etc.)
• Knowing vital signs of a healthy horse vs. a sic horse
• Marketing/management of your barn and services which include building the barn’s identity, creating a business plan, pricing services, facility design and layout and staffing needs.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 9-12
Dates: July 16-20, 2017
Cost: $775 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and entry to county fair
Application deadline: May 1, 2017

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equine-business.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
SuperCamps & SuperClinics- Basketball Camps

Description:
2017 BASKETBALL CAMPS
Girls Basketball Offensive Skills Camp. Resident/Day. - June 26th - 29th
Boys Basketball Offensive Skills Camp. Resident/Day. - June 26th - 29th
BASKETBALL OFFENSIVE SKILLS Camp - A Comprehensive Basketball Skills Training Academy for ages 8 - 18. Strong emphasis on shooting fundamentals and offensive skills. Quality coaching staff with low coach-to-camper ratio. WE TEACH SKILLS… no nonsense camps with very little down time. Each camper receives a T-Shirt, Water Bottle and Personal Evaluation. Celebrating our 28th Year !
Contact Bob Guy: rguy2@rochester.rr.com / 585-478-7111
MORE CAMP INFORMATION ONLINE at www.supercampsandsuperclinics.com (Click link in Contact section below). Brochures/Registration Forms can be Printed off online or mailed.

Contact:
SuperCamps & SuperClinics
PO Box 541
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Telephone:   (585) 478-7111
Email:   rguy2@rochester.rr.com
Web Site:   www.supercampsandsuperclinics.com   


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