ATTENTION ALL PARENTS:
Please use the link below to register for Auburn Summer Camps for GEAR UP BIRMINGHAM. Some of you have indicated that a credit card is required to secure registration. The link below is the one that should be used. There should not be any financial obligations required on the part of parents. Thank you for your patience.
Parents this is the link to sign your child up! Let’s Gear Up!
There will be a parents meeting in the O. W. Mitchell MS Library May 18, 2015 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. We will answer you questions and address your concerns. This is a great opportunity for our children. Please come out and attend, but most of all "Let's Get Geared Up Birmingham!"
Chef Tech Academy is excited to announce a new 2015 partnership with Auburn University for 6th and 7th grade students. Chef Tech Academy is a professional and fun introduction for students to the culinary arts world. Campers learn about food safety, kitchen, skills, nutrition, and food science. Participants will also experience campus-life while residing in Auburn's resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social and recreational activities. Camp participants will have 24/7 counselor supervision.
Want to feel confident about how to manage money at any stage of your life? Want to empower yourself while helping others? Want to leverage your natural talents, skills, and treasures to benefit others? Want to learn how to create a lasting legacy? Let's get REAL! AND make positive things happen!
The REAL Cents REAL Change® Summer Camp is a week-long residential camp produced by the Cary Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies and College of Human Sciences that empowers teens through education, leadership and philanthropy. Throughout REAL Cents REAL Change® Summer Camp, participants will learn the basic skills of financial management and how to maximize their philanthropic impact.
Participants will experience campus-life while residing in Auburn's resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social and recreational activities. Camp participants will have 24/7 counselor supervision.
Through this camp Auburn University Outreach provides rising 6th & 7th grade Gear Up students the chance to go beyond dreaming of their future. Students engage in hands-on career exploration in a variety of fields including academic, technical and civil service (firefighter, police, EMT etc.).
Each day students will be introduced to new career possibilities by actual professionals in designated areas. Students will learn what people actually do, what they have to know and how one gains the education and experience to have a career in their chosen field.
In addition to working with Auburn University professionals on campus, students will meet technical and civil service professionals during field trips to actual job sites.
The Auburn University Robo Camp K12 outreach team is offering the CS4ALL-G residential Camp in May 2015 for girls in grades 6 - 7. The purpose of the summer camp is to foster interest in Computer Science among middle schools girls (including those with special needs) by providing an engaging and active programming development experience using CS Unplugged (CSU) kinesthetic activities (http://csunplugged.org/) and Microsoft Kodu (http://www.kodugamelab.com/) to teach basic computer programming skills in a fun environment. Prior computing experience is NOT required but we are looking for participants with interest in computing.
Jr. Sports Science Camp, conducted by faculty and staff from Auburn University’s School of Kinesiology in the College of Education, is an opportunity for rising 6th through 8th grade students nationwide interested in the field of health science, physical activity, and sport performance.
This one-week, residential program provides middle school students the opportunity to learn about the research and outreach initiatives in Auburn’s School of Kinesiology. Students meet faculty and mentors to guide them in the many opportunities within the field of Kinesiology, which prepares students for careers in medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical education, athletic training, academia, and coaching.
Students will experience work conducted in the many laboratories, including biomechanics, motor learning, cardio protection, thermal and infrared, molecular science, neuromechanics, vascular physiology, exercise psychophysiology, behavioral fitness, and muscle biochemistry.
Birmingham Design Camp – New for 2015!
1 | July 20-24, 2015 (8:00 am - 4:30 pm daily)
Session 2 | July 27-31, 2015 (8:00 am - 4:30 pm daily)
Auburn University's Design Workshop
offers an engaging program for rising 6th - 8th grade students interested
in a professional career in design. Hosted by the School of Architecture,
Planning, and Landscape Architecture and the School of Industrial and Graphic
Design, both located in the College of Architecture, Design, and
Construction, this week-long day camp offers an intensive design experience
while exploring the various disciplines.