ODU Announces 2010 Summer Camps Schedule
Old Dominion University is again offering a number of summer camp opportunities for children in the community.
The ODU Athletic Department will offer summer camps in 14 different athletic disciplines: men's soccer, women's soccer, football, field hockey, men's basketball, women's basketball, lacrosse, baseball, wrestling, tennis, sailing, swimming, cheerleading and dance.
Click here for general information, camp schedules and registration materials or call the Athletic Camp Office at 683-3375 for more assistance.
Big Blue Summer Camp
The Division of Recreation and Wellness offers quality programs designed to develop youth, strengthen and support families, and create health and wellness for all. This year six different recreational activities are offered over an eight-week period for children ages 6-12.
- Week 1: June 21-25 - Outdoor Adventure Camp
- Week 2: June 28-July 2 - Art Camp
- Week 3: July 6-9 - Wacky Sports Camp
- Week 4: July 12-16 - Rockwall Climbing Camp
- Week 5: July 19-23 - Kids Fit Camp
- Week 6: July 26-30 - Outdoor Adventure Camp
- Week 7: August 2-6 - Aquatics Camp
- Week 8: August 9-13 - Wacky Sports Camp
Click here to download registration forms or call the Office of Recreational Sports at 683-3384 for more information.
Child Summer Fun Camps
The ODU Child Study Center offers three summer sessions of fun 1/2 day programs for preschool and kindergarten children ages 3-6, beginning May 17.
Click here for information about the center and call 683-3081 to register.
The Virginia Applied Technology and Professional Development Center of the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology is offering two summer camps: Future Engineers for middle school-age children and Nano Engineers for ages 7-10.
Click here to register and for more information or call 683-5479.
Sponsored and supervised by the Fashion Program in the Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies in the Darden College of Education, this one-week fashion education day program provides high school students hands-on college-level experiences in fashion merchandising. Students will complete exciting activities in sales promotion, market planning, computer-based design and production, fashion research and fashion career planning.
This article was posted on: April 7, 2010
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