Villa Maria College is hosting 10 in-person summer camps this July. The camps, which were designed with high school students in mind, offer students the chance to learn more about a topic that interests them in an educational setting that is laid back and fun.
“Villa Maria’s diverse summer camp line-up allows high schoolers the opportunity to further develop their talents or to explore a new or existing interest,” said Scasha Smith, Villa Maria’s Workforce Development Coordinator & Community Liaison. “This year, we’ve introduced several new camps that cover a variety of unique subjects like design, music, animation, digital media, game design, occupational therapy, young adult fiction, and more. Each program is planned and taught by a College faculty member with several years of professional experience.”
This year’s summer camps are:
- Character Design & Storyboarding Basics (Morning Session)
- C.R.A.M Week with the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program (Morning Session)
- Digital Storytelling (Afternoon Session)
- Into to 3D Modeling (Afternoon Session)
- Prime Design (Afternoon Session)
- Recording Studio (Morning Session)
- Stop-Motion Animation (Afternoon Session)
- Trackin‘ In GarageBand 101 (Afternoon Session)
- Worldbuilding & Concept Art for Games (Morning Session)
- Young Adult Fiction (Morning Session)
This year, all camps will be held the week of July 12, either from 8:30 AM until 12:15 PM or 1:00 PM until 4:45 PM. All camps are structured to include a 45-minute activity break in the middle. Students who register for both a morning session and an afternoon session will receive an individual, boxed lunch. Students who register for either a morning session or an afternoon session can add lunch for $10/day.
For camp descriptions, instructor bios, and to register, visit www.villa.edu/summercamps.
All New York State and Erie County COVID-19 protocols will be followed strictly, including physical distancing and the requirement of facial coverings. For more information on Villa Maria College’s COVID-19 policies, visit www.villa.edu/coronavirus.