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Camp Voyager

For:

Ages 8-14

Where:

Youth Learning Institute (YLI) Headquarters and Education Center
698 Concord Church Road
Pickens, SC 29671

When:

June 8-13, 2014
June 22-27, 2014
July 6-11, 2014
July 13-18, 2014
July 20-25, 2014

Price:

Before April 1, 2014: $470
After April 1, 2014: $510
Returning 2013 YLI campers are eligible for a $40 discount!

Young techies, gamers and engineers test their creativity and problemsolving skills at Camp Voyager, where technology meets outdoor adventure. The camp is held at YLI headquarters in Pickens, S.C., on a 33-acre property with views of Table Rock. Amenities include air-conditioned dorms, a full-service dining facility, a gymnasium, a computer lab, an outdoor team course, a water slide and a go-cart track. Campers will participate in activities that use technologies such as GPS navigation, Lego Mindstorms NXT® robotics, video and digital cameras, video games and Microsoft Office® software applications.

C-CATS

For:

Ninth and 10th graders

Where:

Youth Learning Institute (YLI) Headquarters and Education Center
698 Concord Church Road
Pickens, SC 2967

When:

March 7-9, 2014
March 14-16, 2014
March 28-30, 2014
April 4-6, 2014
April 11-13, 2014
April 25-27, 2014

Price:

$220 per session

Clemson's Challenge for Academically Talented Students (C-CATS) recruits top students from South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia to participate in high-powered weekend retreats at YLI Headquarters in Pickens, S.C. The program challenges students academically, physically and socially offering tools and techniques to achieve and maintain high-quality performance in school and in life. Top Clemson students with a passion for sharing what makes Clemson one of the best public universities in the nation lead campus tours. Sessions focus on testtaking skills; learning styles; personal branding; and fun, adventurebased activities like a ropes course and climbing wal

Clemson University Summer Scholars

For:

Gifted middle and high school students

Where:

Clemson University

When:

Session 1: June 8-14, 2014
Session 2: June 15-21, 2014
Session 3: June 22-28, 2014
Session 4: July 6-12, 2014
Session 5: July 13-19, 2014
Session 6: July 20-26, 2014
Session 7: July 27-August 2, 2014

Price:

One-week courses (unless otherwise noted):
Before April 1, 2014: $850
After April 1, 2014: $950

Two-week courses (unless otherwise noted):
Before April 1, 2014: $1,950
After April 1, 2014: $2,050

For the past 30 years, Clemson University has offered a summer enrichment program for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes for all students.

A balanced schedule of educational, recreational and cultural activities will help broaden your academic skills and develop your creative abilities. You’ll take exciting classes during the day. Your evening and weekend activities may include nature study hikes, small group discussions with Clemson faculty, and career and educational guidance. In addition, you’ll enjoy movies, tennis, swimming, racquetball and trips to University laboratories, the John C. Calhoun House, the S.C. Botanical Garden, the Hanover House and the Clemson Forest.

This summer experience will give you a taste of life as a Clemson student. Clemson University faculty will conduct your classes in University facilities. You’ll use University materials and equipment to conduct your scientific investigations. You’ll live in a semiprivate room in a campus dormitory and eat in a University dining hall. Qualified counselors will supervise dormitory life and all activities. You’ll have complete access to area medical facilities, including the University health center.

If you’re an advanced high school student, the two-week classes provide a great opportunity to delve deeply into specialized topics. All middle and high school students will enjoy the one-week introductions to college subjects. If you've attended this program in the past, you'll see we're offering five new and exciting courses. We encourage you to take a look at Clemson’s Summer Scholars program.

Project WISE

For:

Rising sixth, seventh, and eighth grade girls

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 22-27, 2014

Price:

$700

Do you ever wonder who created and designed that cell phone you can’t live without? What about those great colors in the new makeup lines — where do they come from? And how do they make those designer jeans that everyone’s wearing? Engineers and scientists created them all! There are many exciting opportunities for women in engineering and science. Come learn about them in the Project WISE summer science program. Sponsored by Duke Energy since 1997 Rising eighth-grade girls participate in this one-week camp in which noncredit minicourses in engineering and science are taught by Clemson professors. The students have the opportunity to experience collaborative and hands-on learning through practical applications of math and science. Science, engineering and mathematics offer a world of interesting and exciting careers that improve our lives. And women are an important part of these fields. Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science would like to give you a better introduction to these disciplines and the opportunities they offer. Project WISE is a fun-filled academic summer camp for girls. It’s open to young women who will enter Middle School in the 2009-2010 school year. Project WISE will give you a chance to experience Clemson University and the many wonders of science, mathematics and engineering. You’ll live in a campus residence hall and eat in University dining halls. Your counselors will be Clemson undergraduate women who are majoring in science, mathematics or engineering. They’ll live with you to assist during the program and oversee activities in the residence halls.

South Carolina's Commissioner's School for Agriculture

Each summer, top high school juniors and seniors from around the country gather together for a week at Clemson University to learn about the diverse industries of agriculture and natural resources. These select students participate in academic tours and presentations as well as conduct laboratories and research projects. Over 235 students have attended this program since its establishment in 2004.

Students choose from one of three academic tracks including:

  1. Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  2. Horticulture, Turfgrass & Agronomy
  3. Forestry, Wildlife and Environmental Science

Summer Program for Research Interns (SPRI)

The Summer Program for Research Interns is designed to motivate bright, academically talented rising high school seniors in public and private schools in South Carolina to pursue careers in science, mathematics, or technology. To do this, students are paired with researchers at various state universities and given an average of six weeks to conduct an original research project in a wide variety of subjects in both a field and laboratory setting. At the end of the six week period, the students present their findings in a poster session. In addition, the students will submit a formal abstract and present their work again at the annual South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics Research Colloquium the following February. Several students have also chosen to submit their projects to the South Carolina Junior Academy of Science for competition.

USA Computing Olympiad (USACO)

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We Do Math!

For:

Rising ninth through tenth graders

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 15-20, 2014

Price:

$700

In our one- week “We Do Math!” camp, students will review and utilize algebraic and geometric concepts while working on critical thinking and problem solving skills. Students will engage in hands-on activities led by CU faculty and graduate students, receive continuous feedback throughout the camp, and practice communicating and problem solving through a team approach.

Outdoor Camps/Programs

4-H Summer Camp

For:

Ages 8 to 14 (Standard) and 7 to 9 (Mini Camp), open to both 4-H member and nonmembers

Where:

Camp Bob Cooper
8001 M.W. Rickenbaker Road
Summterton, SC 29148

When:

July 6-11, 2014
July 13-18, 2014
July 20-25, 2014
July 27-Aug 1, 2014
Aug 3-8, 2014

Mini Camp:
June 13-16, 2014

Price:

Before April 1, 2014: $400
After April 1, 2014: $440

Mini Camps:
Before April 1, 2014: $270
After April 1, 2014: $310
Returning 2013 YLI campers are eligible for a $40 discount!

A South Carolina tradition for over 50 years, 4-H Summer Camp is held at Camp Bob Cooper on the beautiful shores of Lake Marion. Campers will enjoy traditional camp activities with plenty of fun, friends and adventure! 4-H Mini-Camp also offers first-time campers a shorter session packed with all the fun!

Campers are divided into groups for daily activities based on age and experience, and at night campers come together for camp-wide activities designed to encourage camaraderie and friendship. You do not need to be a member of 4-H to attend this camp.

Camp Sewee

For:

Ages 8-14 and 13-16 (Teen Week)

Where:

Camp Sewee
Sewee Coastal Retreat Center
7407 Doar Road
Awendaw, SC 29429

When:

June 8-13, 2014
June 15-20, 2014
June 22-27, 2014
June 29-July 4, 2014
July 6-11, 2014
July 13-18, 2014
July 20-25, 2014
July 27-Aug 1, 2014
Aug 3-8, 2014 (Teen Week)

Price:

Before April 1, 2014: $505
After April 1, 2014: $545
Returning 2013 YLI campers are eligible for a $40 discount!

Exploring the wonders of marine science and the S.C. coast at Camp Sewee provides great summer fun and inspires future marine biologists, naturalists and anyone who loves the outdoors. The Sewee Coastal Retreat Center — just a short drive from Charleston — boasts airconditioned dorm rooms, a full-service dining facility, recreational fields, nature trails and a fishing dock, creating an ideal camp environment.

Campers will enjoy activities including a study of island ecology and salt marshes, marine wildlife exploration, crabbing, a birds of prey demonstration and a study of late archaic Native American culture. Activities include visits to the S.C. Aquarium, the Sewee Environmental Education Center and a local water park; tubing; swimming; fishing; kayaking; night hikes and more!

Camp Wildlife

For:

Ages 8-14

Where:

Camp Bob Cooper
8001 M.W. Rickenbaker Road
Summerton, SC 29148

When:

June 8-13, 2014
June 15-20, 2014
June 22-27, 2014
July 6-11, 2014
July 13-18, 2014
July 20-25, 2014
July 27-Aug 1, 2014
Aug 3-8, 2014
Price:

Before April 1, 2014: $425
After April 1, 2014: $465

For those who love shooting sports and the great outdoors, Camp Wildlife offers standard and advanced tracks with activities based on age and experience. Campers bunk in yurts and earn their hunter education certification.

Younger, first-time campers can enjoy Wildlife Mini-Camp, a shorter session packed with all the fun. Camp Wildlife is held at Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, situated on a 110-acre peninsula on beautiful Marion Lake. Amenities include air-conditioned dorm rooms, a fullservice dining facility, a waterfront area with multiple docks and a water slide, a gymnasium, nature trails and a climbing tower.

Camp Hannon Adventures

For:

Ages 10-16 (Excursions); 12-17 (Expeditions)

Where:

Camp Hannon of Pinnacle Falls
391 Moorefield Memorial Highway
Sunset, SC 29685

When:

Six-day Excursion Sessions:
June 8-13, 2014
June 15-20, 2014
June 22-27, 2014
July 6-11, 2014
July 13-18, 2014
July 20-25, 2014

10-day Expedition Sessions:
July 27-Aug 5, 2014

Price:

Excursions (six-day sessions):
Before April 1, 2014: $505
After April 1, 2014: $545

Expeditions (ten-day sessions):
Before April 1, 2014: $740
After April 1, 2014: $780
Returning 2013 YLI campers are eligible for a $40 discount!

With Camp Hannon Adventures, choose from six-day Excursions or 10-day Expeditions for extreme outdoor adventure in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North and South Carolina.

Excursions include activities on- and off-site, with nightly accommodations in Camp Hannon’s beautiful new cabins. Each session includes two activity tracks: land-based activities include off-site mountain biking and rock climbing, and water-based activities include rafting and canoeing.

Expeditions include mountain biking, hiking and canoeing while traveling more than 30 miles from base camp and back over the 10-day session. Campers will enjoy activities such as rock climbing, rappelling, a ropes course, fishing, canoeing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, nature hikes, wilderness training and natural resources instruction.

Camp Odyssey

For:

Ages 6-12

Where:

Clemson Outdoor Lab
415 Charlie White Trail
Pendleton, SC 29670

When:

July 6-12, 2014

Price:

$600
$500 for additional children from same family

Camp Odyssey is the perfect program for first-time campers as well as “veteran” campers who enjoy exciting activities in the outdoors and making new friends

During the week, campers may participate in new adventures, including, but not limited to: archery, sailing, arts and crafts, overnight camping, swimming, canoeing, tower climbing and fishing. Campers also get to enjoy an overnight campout, cooking their food over an open flame and having a true outdoor adventure!

Our trained staff provides 24-hour supervision and maintains a 1:3 camper ratio in the cabin and 1:4 during activities.

Each comfortable cabin is equipped with showers, bathrooms and 10 single beds for campers and supervising staff. Cabin groups are determined by age, providing campers with opportunities to enjoy time with new friends. We have an on-site health center and employ nurses to work and live here during camp.

Jaycee Camp Hope

For:

Children and adults — Ages 8 and older — who have developmental disabilities

Where:

Clemson Outdoor Lab
415 Charlie White Trail
Pendleton, SC 29670

Camp Hope is a statewide residential camp for citizens with intellectual disabilities. Its purposes are to give the camper helpful experiences in an outdoor environment, develop the ability to work and play in a group, and provide new encounters unique to a camp setting. The S.C. Junior Chamber of Commerce has provided financial support for every participant of Camp Hope since 1969. Campers are grouped according to age, level of function, and previous camp and social experience.

Camp Sertoma

Camp Sertoma provides a unique summer experience to 240 disadvantaged, or speech or hearing impaired children. Funded by South Carolina Sertomans, the camp is fully accredited, expertly staffed, character building, educational, and FUN!

Camp Sunshine:

Weekend camps for children and adults who have severe or profound developmental disabilities.

Sports Camps/Programs

Baseball
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Jack Leggett

For:

Baseball players ages 8 to 18

Where:

Clemson University

When:

Overnight Camps:
Week 1: June 22-26, 2014
Week 2: July 6-10, 2014
Week 3: July 13-17, 2014

Half-day Camp:
June 23-27, 2014

Price:

Overnight sessions: $595
Half-day Camp: $225

The Clemson Tiger Baseball Camp is known to be one of the very top fundamental baseball camps in the country. Four-year college coaches, assistants, junior college and high school coaches blend their instructional abilities and perceptions with help from college players in a program designed to give strong attention to every camper. The Clemson Baseball Camp is for the young player who sincerely wishes to learn and improve. Campers practice up to eight hours per day, so they must be in good physical condition.


Basketball

Audra Smith House of Hoops Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Audra Smith

  • Team Camp

For:

Middle School, JV, Varsity and AAU Teams

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 13-June 15, 2014

Price:

Overnight Camper: $240
Commuting Camper: $180

 

Team Camp is a great opportunity for your team to play together, improve their skills and bond, all while staying in the beautiful confines of Clemson University. It is open to all middle school, JV, Varsity and AAU teams. Each team is guaranteed 6 games over 3 days. There will also be sessions for team building and special game situations. A minimum of 8 players is required per team. Schools bringing more than one team must have 7 or more per team.

  • Individual Camp

For:

Girls’ ages 8 to 18

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 22-June 25, 2014

Price:

Residential Camper: $350
Commuting Camper: $300

This camp is designed to give each camper a chance to improve their skills through instruction and competition. The camp will emphasis important fundamentals, including ballhandling, shooting, defense, and rebounding. Each camper will be able to play against other campers of similar age and abilities.

  • Elite Camp

For:

Rising 8th to 12th Grade

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 25-June 26, 2014

Price:

Overnight Camper: $150
Commuting Camper: $125

 

This is a fast-paced, advanced level camp that will prepare campers for the next level. This is our most in-depth camp and will focus on teaching athletes the skills necessary to succeed at their individual position. Campers will get a feel for everything that goes into playing at the collegiate level, including agility, conditioning, and film breakdown.

  • Super Shootout

For:

AAU Teams

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 28-June 29, 2014

Price:

Team: $150
Camper: $25

 

This one day camp is the perfect opportunity for AAU teams to get a final tune-up before the July Evaluation Period and for high school teams, one last chance to play together this summer. Teams are guaranteed 3 games on the same game and practice courts that the Lady Tigers train. Housing and meals are not provided.

Brad Brownell Boys Basketball Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Brad Brownell

For:

Boys in second to 12th grade

Where:

Clemson University

When:

Individual Camp: June 15-18, 2014
Team Camp: June 20-22, 2014

Price:

Boarding Camper: $440
Commuter Camper: $300
Day Camper: $200

The Brad Brownell Boys Basketball Camp strives to provide a competitive learning environment for each camper to improve his skill level. Fundamentals will be stressed in order to build a strong foundation from which to grow. Campers will be divided according to age and ability to provide the best possible basketball camp experience. If you’re a beginner, you’ll learn the proper fundamentals of the game. If you’re more of an advanced player, you’ll be coached to refine your skills so that you’ll become a more skilled and knowledgeable player.

The key to success in anything you do is to not only work hard, but also to enjoy what you’re doing. This camp helps you have fun while working hard to become a better player. So, if you’re looking for a camp with a first-class staff, good basketball and top-notch coaching, join us!

 

Dabo Swinney Football Camps
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Dabo Swinney

 

High School Football Camp

For:

Grades 8-12 for fall of 2014

Where:

Clemson University

When:

First Session: June 9-11, 2014
Second Session: June 13-15, 2014

Price:

Resident: $320
Evening Commuter: $260

This high school football camp provides each participant a solid foundation of the basic football fundamentals necessary to excel at his specific position. Each camper will be coached by the Tiger coaching staff and guest coaches; the player-to-coach ratio is 10:1 regardless of enrollment. You’ll receive the same instruction our own Tiger players receive and learn various techniques that our players use in every aspect of the game. You’ll also work directly with our first-class strength and conditioning staff, using the most up-to-date training techniques. All campers will be placed on teams to compete in game-like situations to apply techniques taught in camp as well as learn the team concept. This is a non-contact, skill teaching camp.

 

Youth Football Camp

For:

Grades 2-7 for fall of 2014

Where:

Clemson University

When:

First Session: May 31st-June 1, 2014
Second Session: June 7-8, 2014

Price:

Resident: $215
Evening Commuter: $170

Please join us for a camp that specializes in the teaching of kids from 2nd through 7th grade for the fall of 2013. Kids at this age have different development needs as a football player than older, more mature kids. We will focus on 5 areas to develop the young football player.

 

Golf
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Golf Coach Larry Penley

 

Clemson Tiger Golf Academy

For:

Boys and girls ages 10-17

Where:

Clemson University

When:

First Session: June 7-11, 2014
Second Session: June 14-18, 2014

Price:

Overnight: $1045
Commuter: $825

The Clemson Tiger Golf Academy groups campers by age and ability. Highlights include technical swing coaching with video analysis; instruction on course management strategy; short game (putting, chipping, pitching and bunkers); how to practice, prepare for tournaments and be mentally tough (sports psychology); rules; drills; and an 18-hole championship. Each academy participant will receive a golf hat, golf balls, a camp golf shirt and a video of his or her swing. There are 40 slots for each session, so registration is on a first-come, firstserved basis.

 

Lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse Camp

For:

Boys Ages 9-18

Where:

Clemson University

When:

July 13-16, 2014

Price:

Overnight: $495
Commuter: $395

Buff Grubb, men’s head lacrosse coach at Clemson University, leads this camp for boys that includes multiple focused-instruction sessions for all positions and skill levels. Daily emphasis will be on position training and strategy, and activities will transition from situational drills to live scrimmages as the camp progresses. There will be a total of 10 practice sessions. There is a camper-to-coach ratio of 6:1, so players will receive personalized instruction. Overnight campers are supervised in the student dormitories located a short walk from the fields. Nike sponsors the camp and provides every camper with a reversible Nike practice jersey. Campers may win Nike and STX Prizes for outstanding play, sportsmanship and improvement.

 

Girls Lacrosse Camp

For:

Girls Ages 9-18

Where:

Clemson University

When:

July 13-16, 2014

Price:

Overnight: $495
Commuter: $395

Bob Dachille, head women’s lacrosse coach at Erskine College, leads this camp for girls that includes multiple focused-instruction sessions for all positions and skill levels. Daily emphasis will be on fundamentals, position training (including goalies), drills and scrimmages. There is a camperto- coach ratio of 6:1, so players will receive personalized instruction. Overnight campers are supervised in the student dormitories located a short walk from the fields. Nike sponsors the camp and provides every camper with a reversible Nike practice jersey. Campers may win Nike and STX Prizes for outstanding play, sportsmanship and improvement.

 

Soccer

Mike Noonan’s Clemson Tiger Soccer Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Mike Noonan

  • Pre Academy Camp

For:

Third through eighth graders

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 26-29, 2014

Price:

Commuter Base Fee: $450
Early Overnight Registration: $525 (before April 15th, 2014)
Overnight Base Fee: $540

A one-of-a-kind experience tailored to the development of the preacademy level player, this camp will provide youth players with the specific training needs for their age and ability. This program will emphasize technical-skill development and small-group tactics to help the younger player recognize situations presented in the later 11v11 evening matches. It’s a terrific camp experience for the youth player who’s ready to begin taking the game to the next competitive level. This camp is a residential camp, but commuters are welcome!

 

  • Elite Week College Prep Camp

For:

10th through 12th graders

Where:

Clemson University

When:

July 24-27, 2014

Price:

Commuter Base Fee: $575
Early Overnight Registration: $590 (before April 15th, 2014)
Overnight Base Fee: $625

This four-day camp, geared toward developing the ‘total’ soccer athlete who’s committed to performing at the most demanding levels, draws players from around the country and many parts of the world. The camp is divided up into eight teams and focuses on match playing in a competitive tournament setting. The camp will also provide daily seminars covering strength and conditioning for the elite player, the psychology of success, time management skills for the college athlete, short- and long-term goal setting, positive self motivation and how to succeed in the admissions and recruiting process. The staff will do a college evaluation for each camper, and a college recruiting book will be compiled and given to each of the visiting college coaches.

This is a rigorous ‘elite’ program that does not guarantee a college scholarship or admission to an elite school. As part of the application submission we request a soccer résumé and player recommendation written by a regional, state-level or premier-club coach. Your application is not complete until such materials are provided.

 

  • College Prep and Team Week

For:

Eighth through 12th graders

Where:

Clemson University

When:

June 26-29, 2014

Price:

Commuter Base Fee: $490
Early Overnight Registration: $525 (before April 15th, 2014)
Overnight Base Fee: $550

This highly competitive residential week, although intense, provides a positive learning environment for each participant. Small and full-sided matches, combined with individual technical and tactical training, will challenge each camper to play at a faster pace. Although this camp is not limited to teams, it is a terrific opportunity for a team to receive firstrate instruction by our quality coaching staff.

High school state championship teams from various states have participated and benefited from this unique environment. A challenging curriculum and cutting-edge training methods will enable each athlete to go home with new and improved skills and the motivation to maximize potential. A unique feature of this camp is a ‘futures’ panel that will discuss playing opportunities in select clubs, ODP, college and beyond.

Clemson Women’s Soccer Academy
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Eddie Radwanski

Please visit the above link for additional information regarding 2013 Women’s Soccer Camps


Tennis

Clemson Tiger Tennis Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Nancy Harris

For:

Boys and girls ages 9-17

Where:

Hoke Sloan Tennis Center
Clemson University

When:

June 1-5, 2014 (ages 9-17)
June 8-12, 2014 (ages 9-17)
June 15-19, 2014 (ages 9-17)
June 22-26, 2014 (ages 9-17)

Price:

Overnight campers: $695/session
Day campers: $425/session
Camper desposit: $150
Weekend fee: $235

The Tiger Tennis Camp at Clemson University provides the camper with one of the most innovative learning experiences in the country.  From beginner to nationally ranked tournament juniors Tiger Tennis Camp at Clemson University welcomes boys and girls ages 4-17 years. If you are looking to make significant improvement in your tennis skills and competitive game while enjoying a fun filled week of planned activities (Olympic Night, Swim and Championship Night, and Movie Night) Tiger Tennis Camp at Clemson University is for you.  With over 100 cumulative years of instructing juniors the professional and caring Tiger Camp Staff makes your child's camp experience a life time memory.  Please check out our web site at www.clemsontenniscamp.com and we look forward to seeing you at our 2014 camp.
 

 

Purple Tiger Cub Tennis Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Nancy Harris

For:

Boys and girls ages 4-8

Where:

Hoke Sloan Tennis Center
Clemson University

When:

June 22-26, 2014 (8:30 a.m.-noon)

Price:

$265/session

Whether you’re just learning the game or are looking to make significant improvement with your tennis skills, the Clemson Tiger Tennis Camp is for you. Directed by Clemson tennis coach Nancy Harris, professional and experienced staff — with more than 100 cumulative years of teaching experience — will help young players of every skill level create lifetime memories. Competitive matches and a fun-filled week are in store for participants, including an Olympic night, a championship night and a movie night.

Track and Field

Track & Field and Cross Country Camp

Please visit the above link for additional information regarding 2014 Track & Field and Cross Country Camp

Volleyball

Girls Volleyball Camp
Directed by Clemson University Head Coach Jolene Hoover

For:

Girls, sixth to 12th grade

Where:

Jervey Athletic Center
Clemson University

When:

July 10-13, 2014: Training Camp
July 17-20, 2014: Team Camp

Price:

Overnight: $340
Commuter: $240

Whether you’re an individual seeking to improve your volleyball skills or a team looking for a way to jump-start your fall season, this camp is for you! Individuals focus on fundamental skill work as well as position-specific training for setters, middles, outsides, opposites and defensive specialists. Evening sessions focus on game situations. Teams have the opportunity to train together, and coaches are encouraged to attend. Outstanding college players, college coaches and club coaches are on staff.

Other Camps/Programs

Bring Your Daughter to Clemson

Girls ages 6 to 18 are invited! Each girl must be accompanied by an adult on her visit to campus — a parent, an aunt or uncle, grandparent or friend. The event is open to anyone interested in bringing a girl to learn more about Clemson. Come to the Clemson University campus to get a personal introduction to the college experience by staying overnight in a residence hall, exploring career options, meeting with professors and interacting with students, athletes and admissions staff members.

Call Me MISTER Project Middle Passage

The mission of the Call Me MISTER (acronym for Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) Initiative is to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader more diverse background particularly among the State's lowest performing elementary schools. Student participants are largely selected from among under-served, socio-economically disadvantaged and educationally at-risk communities.

Clemson Campus Recreation Summer Camps

Camps Recreation’s summer camp has a new name! Welcome to Camp ROAR! Formerly “Fike Day Camp,” we’re still the same on-campus summer day camp you know and love!

From start to finish, Camp ROAR is more than a camp, it's an adventure! Camp ROAR provides a variety of recreational activities that will create a fun learning environment for children ages 6-12. With all that Clemson University has to offer, campers will experience on-campus field trips, guest speakers from various Clemson departments, science experiments, crafts and, of course, plenty of recreational activities and games. Fike Recreation Center includes gym space, an eight lane swimming pool, a climbing wall and much more for campers to experience! Campers will get to experience fun throughout the entire facility, as well as on our outdoor field space. We encourage all parents and children to check out our program!

Clemson Career Workshop

The Clemson Career Workshop invites rising high school seniors to Clemson's campus each summer for a one-week residential recruitment program. Once on campus, students are introduced to Clemson University traditions while learning about academic degree programs, career services, financial aid, academic support services, and other programs designed to support student retention.

Clemson Summer Leadership Institute

For:

Rising Juniors and Seniors

Where:

Jervey Athletic Center
Clemson University

When:

June 15-20, 2014

Price:

$700

The Clemson Summer Leadership Institute is designed to positively transform Junior and Senior participants through a challenging atmosphere designed to improve critical thinking, leadership abilities, articulation, personal success, and networking – while being immersed in Clemson University culture. Each camp session provides a limited number of rising 11th and 12th grade participants with a personal enrichment experience integrating teamwork skills with business basics.

SC 4-H Horsemanship Camp

The purpose of 4-H Horsemanship Camp is to provide youth an opportunity to learn and improve techniques of horsemanship while enjoying the fellowship of other 4-H members from across the state. The camp is designed to increase horse knowledge and horsemanship skills-from basics for beginning riders to showing techniques for the advanced rider.

State 4-H Congress

State 4-H Congress is South Carolilna's Top 4-H Event. Senior 4-H Members (ages 14-19) who meet eligibility requirements, will spend four days on campus to learn about community involvement, cultural diversity and service to others while making new friends. South Carolina's best dressed event is the State 4-H Congress Awards Banquet where 4-H'ers meet donors who support the 4-H program throughout the year . State Winners, National Congress Delegates, National Conference Delegates and Presidential Tray Recipients are announced during the awards program, followed by the Clover Ball. Join us at Clemson University for State 4-H Congress!

Upstate Writing Project Day Camps

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