Students attending the SPHHP Summer Day Camp.
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Youth Camps and Programs

UB offers academic and recreational programs for children and teens. These camps and programs are held at UB and are open to all children of faculty, staff, returning families and the community.

Musicians

Summer Strings Institute
June 24–June 29, 2017

Intermediate and advanced strings students from middle school level to young professionals will work intensively to improve their skills in solo, chamber music and orchestral playing. The workshop will include hourly lessons, chamber music coaching, master classes, contemporary music workshop, string orchestra rehearsals, faculty recital, student recitals and a string orchestra concert. For more information, please contact ubsummerstringworkshop@gmail.com.

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UB Child Care Center Summer Program
June 26 - Sept. 1, 2017

UB Child Care Center (UBCCC) offers a summer program for school-age (5-12 years old) children with programming that includes weekly themes filled with lots of hands-on activities, weekly field trips, swimming and other UB sports experiences as well as offering nutritious boxed lunches and cool summer snacks. The summer program takes place at the UBCCC South Campus location and offers the flexibility to arrange and fit your child/children’s full-time or part-time scheduling needs. For more information, please visit UBCCC’s summer program page.

Students participating in BEAM.

The Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science
June 26 - July 7, 2017

This two-week workshop strives to introduce students to the application of computer modeling and simulation to solve important problems in science and engineering. The 2017 workshop focuses on Bioinformatics and research in the life sciences. It is open to students who have completed the first year of high school, taken a year of high school algebra, and have taken at least one high school science course — biology, chemistry or physics. The application deadline is May 1, 2017; however, students are encouraged to apply early. For application instructions, see the summer high school workshop announcement.

One-to-one Reading & Writing Sessions

One-to-one Reading & Writing Sessions
July 10 - Aug. 12, 2017

CLaRI’s summer 2017 tutoring program, One-to-one Reading & Writing Sessions, will run on-site at CLaRI for five weeks, from Monday, July 10 to Saturday, August 12. This program offers individualized tutoring to children entering kindergarten through 12th grade. Certified Literacy Specialists, as well as UB Literacy Specialist graduate students, provide weekly, hour-long literacy sessions that use authentic literature and best practices to tailor instruction to meet each child’s unique literacy and learning needs. All literacy instruction is individualized. Program information and application documents are available on the Center for Literacy and Reading Instruction website.

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Pre-Pharmacy Summer Camp
July 10 - July 13, 2017

The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SPPS) Summer Camp provides information about the challenging career pathway opportunities in the profession of pharmacy and exposure to the fields of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences to interested and motivated high school students.

engineering summer camp for high school girls

TINKER
August 7 - 11, 2017

TINKER is an engineering summer camp for high school girls. The camp is designed to expose the campers to the different types of engineering that UB offers through hands-on projects, tours of local companies and presentations from female engineers and professors. This camp is a day camp and will take place in Davis Hall on UB’s North Campus. No previous engineering knowledge is required!

Students participating in a football camp

UB Sports Camps & Clinics

UB coaches and faculty welcome your child to participate in a host of youth camps offered during the summer on the UB campuses. No matter what your child’s skill level — from beginner to advanced — there are opportunities for them to learn, play and make new friends while getting personal attention from faculty and Division I coaches.