Faculty & Staff

SUMMER CAMPS

Featured Camps
Academic Talent Development Program | CAL 2016 Football Camps | Cal Youth Camps | College of Environmental Design Camps | Lawrence Hall of Science Camps | YEAH | B-BAY | Pre-Collegiate Program | University Village Camps | SPEAR Middle School Scholar Academy | UC Botanical Garden Green Stuff Day Camp | Bay Area Writing Project |

Residential Summer Programs for High-School Students at Other UC Campuses
COSMOS | UC Davis Young Scholars Program | UC Santa Barbara Pre-College Programs

Other Camp Resources
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Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP)

70 University Hall #1160, Berkeley CA 94720-1160
Phone (510) 642-8308
Fax (510) 642-0510
atdp.berkeley.edu

Elementary Division
ATDP’s Elementary Division offers exciting three-week academic enrichment courses in mathematics, science, writing, computers, and more for students completing grades K-6.

Dates: Jul. 11- Jul. 29
Location: Washington Elementary School in Point Richmond
Times: Morning (8:30 a.m.-noon) or afternoon (1-4:30 p.m.). For an extra fee, ATDP students can also attend an on-site half-day sports camp sponsored by Cal Youth and Outdoor Programs.
Level: Grades K-6
Tuition and Material Fees: $650- 700*

Application deadlines
For returning ED students: Wed., Mar. 16.
For new ED applicants: Wed., Mar. 30.

Secondary Division
ATDP’s SD offers 6-week enrichment and accelerated academic courses in writing, fine arts, languages, math, computer science, social science, and natural science for students completing grades 7-11. Tailor-made programs are also offered for international groups. Students who successfully complete courses receive a recommendation for credit at their school.

Dates: Jun. 20- Jul. 29
Level: Grades 7-11
Location: UC Berkeley campus
Times: Morning (8:30 a.m.-noon) or afternoon (1-4:30 p.m.)
Weekly schedule: 2 days a week (5-unit classes); 3 days a week (10-unit classes)
Tuition and Materials Fee: $650 - $1,500*

Application deadlines
For returning SD students: Tue., February 17.
For new SD applicants: Wed., March 2.

*ATDP offers limited need-based financial aid to qualified candidates.
** Late applications are accepted on a space-available basis.

CAL 2016 Football Camps

"Bears In Training"
Ages
: 5 - 13 years
Fees: Week Long Camp: $400, A-La-Carte: $100 per day, Aftercare $25 per day.
Dates: Session 1: June 13 - 17, Session 2: June 20 - 24, A-La-Carte (Any day during the 2 sessions)
Time: 9am - 3pm everyday, Aftercare 3pm - 5pm.

Website: www.sdfootballcamps.com

"Bears in Training" is a week-long camp during the summer designed to teach the fundamentals of football. Boys and girls ages 5-13 are eligible for participation. The camp is a non-contact camp, providing a fun learning experience for all campers. Each camper receives a camp t-shirt, and should bring a lunch from home. This non-contact camp is designed to improve a child's beginning, and intermediate skill level. Fundamentals of all positions on offense and defense are taught in addition to life skills such as respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, teamwork and the importance of education. Participants are grouped based on age and skill level. The camp is run by the Cal Football coaching staff, as well as current Cal players.

Offensive & Defensive Line Camp
Ages
: Open to all in grades 9 - 12
Fees: $40
Date:Saturday, June 11
Time: 9am - 12 pm
Location: CAL Memorial Stadium

Website: http://www.sdfootballcamps.com/ol-dl-camp.html

Offensive and Defensive Linemen will have the opportunity to enhance their individual skills and technique by working with the Cal Offensive Line and Defensive Line coaches. It is our coaching staff's goal to have every player improve their productivity in the trenches. Each session concludes with a spirited 1 on 1, OL vs DL competition. Two-way players will have the opportunity to work with both sides of the ball, leaving with skills ti both protect and sack the quarterback. A camp T-Shirt will be provided.

Skills Camp
Ages
: Open to all in grades 9 - 12
Fees: $40
Date: Saturday, June 5 or Saturday, June 11
Time: 9am - 12 pm on June 5th, or 2pm - 5pm on June 11th
Location: CAL Memorial Stadium

Website: http://www.sdfootballcamps.com/skills-camp.html

This camp has a focus on position-specific fundamentals, technique and skill development for QB's, WR's, RB's, TE's, LB's & DB's, while working with the Cal coaching staff, current Cal players and former collegiate and professional skill position players. Through a series of individual drills, and spirited one-on-one competition, players will learn the Golden Bears way of preparation and practice. Two-way players will have the opportunity to work with both sides of the ball. A camp T-shirt will be provided.

Specialist Camp
Ages
: Open to all in grades 9 - 12
Fees: $150.00
Date: Sunday, June 12
Time: 8 am - 3 pm
Location: CAL Memorial Stadium

Website: http://www.sdfootballcamps.com/specialist-camp.html

This One Day Clinic will be lead by Coach Mark Tommerdahl and several former collegiate and professional specialists to help fine tune your kicking, punting, and long snapping abilities. If you are an experienced kicker, punter, or long snapper or just starting out, our camps are an experience you will never forget! We concentrate on the fundamentals of the game. Our philosophy is simple — teach each athlete to be the very best kicker, punter, or long snapper they can be!

Post Graduate/ Junior College Camp
Ages
: Open to those who have completed high school
Fees: $40.00
Date: Sunday, June 5
Time: 2 pm - 5 pm
Location: CAL Memorial Stadium

Website: http://www.sdfootballcamps.com/junior-college-and-post-graduate-camp.html

This camp is open to Student-Athletes at all positions. Junior College and High School post graduate Student-Athletes will have an opportunity to work hands on with the Cal coaching staff to refine their skills and improve their technique. Participants will train in the same facilities as the Golden Bears and be put through a series of drills the coaching staff uses at practice. This camp is for those who have completed their high school playing career. Each camper receives a camp t-shirt. This non-contact camp is designed to improve a player's beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level. Fundamentals of all positions on offense and defense are taught in addition to life skills such as respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, teamwork and the importance of education.

High School Contact Camp
Ages
: Open to all in grades 9 - 12
Fees: $300 Commuter Camper, $375 Overnight Camper
Date: June 17 - 195
Location: CAL Football Facilities

Website: http://www.sdfootballcamps.com/high-school-full-contact-camp.html

Our contact football camp is an instructional camp for players stressing conditioning and football technique for every position both individually and as a team. Our coaching staffs' goal is to help each high school football player attain their football goals! All players will be assigned a veteran coaching staff to ensure individual and team instruction on both offense and defense. The coaching staff will thoroughly train and prepare each player during the entire camp to be a better, more confident football player! All Campers are grouped according to age, position and skill level to maximize the instructional and developmental opportunities. Skills and competitions are based on each camper's level of experience. Campers move from non-contact drills to full contact in a gradual progression, culminating with our final day "Live" scrimmage.


Cal Youth Camps: 2016

Camps are offered within a range of different areas. Please visit website for more information and registration: camps.berkeley.edu/

Blue Cubs, Blue Bears, Blue Grizzlies -
Multi-Sport Camps, 1 Week or 2 Week sessions
Ages: 7-16 years
Fees: Vary from $310- $525
Dates: Jun. 13- Aug 19

Cal Adventures “Outdoor Adventure” Camps
These include ATDP Sports (ages 5-13yrs), Discovery Camp, Afternoon Adventures, Rock Climbing, Sailing, Sea Kayaking, Windsurfing, Adventure Paddling Camps (ages 8-17) and Science Adventures (ages 11-13)
Ages: 5- 17
Fees: Vary from $190 - $675
Dates: Jun. 13 - Aug. 19

Cal Adventures After-School Programs -
Adventure Paddling and Windsports
Ages: 10-16
Fees: $299
Dates: Fall 2016 – 5 Week Session

CILT - Campers & Leadership Training
Ages: Completed grades 8-12
Fees: $270- $450
Dates: Jun. 13-Aug. 19

Golden Bear Gymnastics Camps & Classes
Ages: 18 months—18 years
Fees: Vary from $110- $295

GORP - Growing Outdoor Recreational Professionals Youth Leadership Training
Ages: Completed grades 10-12
Fees: $250 - $275
Dates: June - August

Science and Sports (S2) Camp
Full-day programs with mornings at Lawrence Hall of Science; afternoons at either Explorer or Blue Camp.
Ages: entering grades 1-6.
Fees: Vary from $715-795
Dates: Jun. 13-Aug. 19/one week camp

Skate Camp
Ages: 8-16 years
Fees: Vary from $315-$345
Dates: Jun. 13-Aug 19/ 1 week camp

Social Skills Camp
One-of-a-kind social skills camps for children with Nonverbal learning Disabilities, High Functioning Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and children with similar social skills deficits. See website for application.
Ages: Grades 4-13
Fees: $595-$2295
Dates: Jun. 29-Aug 7

Recreational Sports - Explorer Camp
1 Week and 2 Week sessions available
Ages: 5-6 years
Fees: Vary from $300-$545
Dates: Jun. 13-Aug 19/ 1 and 2 week camps

Swimming Lessons
Ages: 6 months-16 years
Fees: Vary from $70-$85
Dates: Jun. 13th-Aug 19th / Fall sessions available

UC Martial Arts Program
Ages: 6-16
Fee $279.20-$1400.70
Dates: Jun. 13-July 22/ 1wk-6wk camps

Custom Programs
Custom designed half-day, full-day, or multi-day events for groups of all ages.  Activity areas include Ropes Course and Teambuilding, Kayaking, Sailing, Backpacking, and more.  Prices vary based on duration and group size. Please see caladventures.berkeley.edu/custom  

Extended Care Options for Camps - AM and PM Extended Care options available for most programs.
Fee: AM or PM: $95/2 Week camps or $55/week - 1 week camps (depending on camp) or $15 daily.

College of Environmental Design Camps  (embARC, DISC* and Summer [IN]STITUTE)

Wurster Hall, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 643-1188
Fax:  (510) 643-4752


embARC Design Academy
Email: embarc@berkeley.edu
www.ced.berkeley.edu/college/academics/embarc
embARC is an intensive four-week summer design academy for high school students held at the College of Environmental Design (CED). embARC brings together students from diverse backgrounds to CED to study architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through four components: an architecture and urban design studio, a sustainable planning workshop, a lecture series, and a design-build project.
True to UC Berkeley’s public mission, embARC’s design-build project  includes an overall theme of civic responsibility by partnering with a local community organization to tackle an authentic community improvement project. Through this partnership, students will employ the tools they learn in studios, workshops, and lectures to make a difference on real-world community development and design issues.

Ages: Students entering their junior or senior year of high school
Dates: Jul. 5- Jul. 29, 2016

To Apply
To be considered for the program, you must submit the following by May 1, 2016:

  • Completed embARC online application with essay
  • $30 application fee
  • High school transcripts that include all grades from 9th grade through the fall semester preceding your application
  • Letter of recommendation from a high school guidance counselor, teacher, principal or community leader
     

We will review applications on a rolling basis beginning February 16, 2016, and welcome early submissions. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

Summer Tuition and Fees
Commuter program: Tuition for embARC is $3,200, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees.
Residency program: Tuition for embARC is $3,200, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees and room and board.
 
Tuition covers instruction, computer lab fees, fabrication shop training, field trips, a print card, some supplies, and catered welcome and commencement events. The housing fee covers four weeks of campus housing, a meal plan, weekend excursions, SFO airport shuttle service and chaperone services.

“This program guided my first attempts to design, model and draft my perception.... I had found a voice and a spunk within me that I did not know I possessed. — Meixi L., embARC alumna


Disc*2016 (Design and Innovation for Sustainable Cities)
Email: Chrissie Bradley, Program Manager, summerdiscovery@berkeley.edu
ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/discovery/

Disc*2016 (Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities) is an intensive, five-week program that immerses current college students in design-based solutions to the challenges of global urbanization. Guided by faculty, entrepreneurs, and professional practitioners, Disc* students will learn how to approach some of the most pressing global urbanization challenges through sustainable and innovative solutions. Through lectures, field trips, and design studios, students will propose and test their ideas while working with some of the most forward thinking researchers and practitioners. Graduates of Disc* will have a strong understanding of urbanization challenges, a broad toolkit to create more sustainable cities, and artifacts for their academic portfolio.

Ages: Current college students (must be 18 or older)
Dates: Jul. 6 – Aug. 5, 2016

To Apply
To be considered for the program, you must submit the following by May 15, 2016:

We will review applications on a rolling basis beginning February 16, 2016, and welcome early submissions. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

Summer Tuition and Fees
Commuter program: Tuition for DISC is $3,200, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees
International program: Tuition for DISC is $3,200, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees and visa fees

Tuition covers instruction, computer lab fees, fabrication shop training, access to all University facilities, field trips, print card, some supplies, and catered welcome and commencement events. 


Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design

Email: summer-institutes@berkeley.edu
http://ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/summer-institute/

The Summer [IN]STITUTE is a six week program that gives students the opportunity to test their enthusiasm for the material and culture of environmental design. The Institute consists of [IN]ARCH, [IN]LAND and [IN]CITY, three introductory programs in architecture, landscape architecture and sustainable city planning for post-baccalaureate students or senior-level undergraduates, as well as [IN]ARCH ADV, an advanced studio for post-baccalaureate students who have a degree in architecture or are senior-level architecture majors.

Students in the Summer Institute explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of design and planning studios, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application.

Ages: Participants must hold a Bachelors Degree
Dates: Jul. 5 - Aug. 12, 2016

To Apply
To be considered for the program, you must submit the following by May 15, 2016

Completed Summer [IN]STITUTE online application with essay
$80 application fee
Resume or curriculum vitae
Copy of most recent undergraduate transcript

We will review applications on a rolling basis beginning February 16, 2016, and welcome early submissions. Only complete applications will be reviewed.

Summer Tuition and Fees
Commuter program: Tuition for Summer [IN]STITUTE is $3,400, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees.
International program: Tuition for Summer [IN]STITUTE is $3,400, plus UC Berkeley Summer Sessions fees and visa fees.

Tuition covers instruction, computer lab fees, fabrication shop training, access to all University facilities, field trips, print card, some supplies, and catered welcome and commencement events.

Lawrence Hall of Science Summer Camps

Phone (510) 642-5134
Email: For questions about camp, email lhsreg@berkeley.edu. For scholarship applications, email Peggy Storrs at pstorrs@berkeley.edu
Register Online: www.lawrencehallofscience.org/camps

Signup begins Feb. 25 for non-members and Feb. 18 for members.

Kids get inspired as they explore, build, and create with new friends and cool tools in a Lawrence Hall of Science summer camp! Learn about animal adaptations by comparing real geckos, travel through space in the planetarium, and design their own animations to be featured on the museum floor. More than 40 camps for age 4 through grade 12 offer a variety of choices and schedules, so campers can do something they already love, or try something new!  

Half- and Full-Day Camps and Overnight Research Camps
Level: Age 4 through entering 12th grade.
Dates: Ongoing, Jun. 13 - Aug. 19
Fees: $220-1095; discounts for Hall members.
Supervised lunch and extended day options available for $60 each

Scholarships
Camp is an important part of growing up. Don’t miss out on your opportunity this summer. The Lawrence Hall of Science offers a limited number of partial scholarships to qualifying students. Email Peggy Storrs for application information at pstorrs@berkeley.edu


Young Entrepreneurs at Haas School of Business (YEAH)

Phone (510) 643-4622
Email Lucas Abbott at labbott@haas.berkeley.edu
www.haas.berkeley.edu/yeah/
Facebook Page

YEAH Saturday Business Academy
The YEAH Saturday Business Academy is a free four-year program in which high school students are mentored by UC Berkeley (HAAS) MBA and Undergraduate students through a fun and challenging business curriculum with a focus on entrepreneurship, college readiness and professional development. Preference is given to youth who come from low-income families, attend public schools, or would be the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college.

Level: Current 8th graders
Dates: Jul. 5 – Jul. 15, Mon. through Fri., 10:00 am-4:00 pm at UC Berkeley.


Berkeley Business Academy for Youth

Phone (510) 643-0923
Email Olive Davis at omdavis@haas.berkeley.edu
www.haas.berkeley.edu/businessacademy

The Institute for Business and Social Impact is offering a summer academy opportunity for students rising 7th -12th grades. Students will have access to the world-class resources of the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business in an engaging and age-appropriate summer academy called Berkeley Business Academy for Youth (B-BAY!). Students will work with Haas faculty, PhD candidates, and staff as well as guests from corporate America to learn about teamwork, entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, accounting, marketing, presentation skills, creating a web site for their business, case study/critical thinking and more.

For more information, please visit the web site. Students are required to fill out an application, write an essay, provide teachers recommendation and an unofficial transcript.

Middle School Session: Jun. 19- Jul. 1; 9 am - 3:30 pm
Level: Rising 7th-9th graders
Program Fee:
$1,600 per student
Application deadline: Jun. 2, 2016

High School Session: Jul. 9- Jul. 23, 2016 and Jul. 23- Aug. 6, 2016; 8:45 am – 3:30 pm
Level: Rising 10th-12th graders
Residential Program Fee: $5,200 per student
Application deadline: Jun. 20, 2016

 

Pre-Collegiate Program:
Berkeley Summer Sessions for High School Students

Berkeley Summer Sessions, Study Abroad & Lifelong Learning
1995 University Ave., Berkeley CA 94704
Phone (510) 643-3364
Fax (510) 642-2877
Email precollegiate@berkeley.edu
http://summer.berkeley.edu/special-programs/pre-collegiate

The Pre-Collegiate Program offers you the chance to join the community of more than 250 high school students who spend their time enjoying a summer at Berkeley. Get involved through Berkeley courses, co-curricular activities, and workshops planned just for you. Take advantage of everything campus has to offer, while simultaneously earning college credit.

Summer academic sessions begin with an orientation, a campus tour, and opportunities to meet your summer classmates. Co-curricular activities are planned to offer you a variety of helpful hints on both making the most of your Berkeley learning experience and planning for academic life beyond high school. Berkeley staff and students, as well as visiting professionals, lead seminars about the best practices of using University libraries, choosing a college, and writing a successful college application and personal statement. Hear from currently enrolled Berkeley students and get your questions answered about what it’s like to be study at Berkeley, and much more.

Dates: Jun. 20-Aug. 12, 2016 (Session C), Jul. 5- Aug. 12, 2016 (Session D).

Fees and application information: The cost of the program is based on the number of units taken. Visiting high school students pay $480 per unit with classes ranging from one to five units. Visiting student tuition applies to all students, who are not currently enrolled in a degree program at a University of California campus. This includes all other US college students, international students, and high school students. In addition, all visiting students are charged a registration fee of $335 and a document management fee of $54.
  
Enrollment: Opens Feb. 16; Applications are reviewed as they are received. All applicants must submit a completed application before they are considered for participation in the program. The deadline to apply is Mon., Jun. 6. Applications will not be accepted after this date.


Spring Break & Summer Camps at University Village

1125 Jackson St., Albany, CA 94706
Phone (510) 524-4926
Fax (510) 527-9934
Email uvrec@berkeley.edu
villagerecreation.berkeley.edu

Week-long co-ed camps and mini-camps in aerial arts, Kid’s in Creeks Science Camp, art, baseball, basketball, gymnastics, circus skills, chess, skateboarding, Common Ground Cooking & Gardening, RADKids Safety & Self Defense, Lego, soccer, and more!

Ages: 3-15 years (extended care available for children ages 7-11)
Dates: Jun. 13-Aug. 19, one-week camps
Fees: Discounted for Berkeley students, faculty and staff


SPEAR Middle School Scholar Academy

Student Learning Center, 143 Cesar Chavez Center
Phone (510) 643-8818
E-mail Cara Stanley at arac@berkeley.edu
summer.berkeley.edu/spear

SPEAR is a holistic six-week summer program designed to foster the academic, mental, and physical development of middle school students. Through our rigorous curriculum, students will practice the skills and mindset necessary for academic success. They will take courses in mathematics, science, writing, foreign languages, and will foster a body-mind connection through practicing dance, yoga, martial arts and other activities. Overall, SPEAR scholars will:

• Acquire close reading and critical thinking strategies
• Develop quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills
• Strengthen academic and physical stamina
• Hone oral and written communication skills
• Expand disciplinary lexicon and academic horizon

UC Botanical Garden Green Stuff Day Camp

200 Centennial Drive, Berkeley, CA 94720-5045 
Phone (510) 643-2755
Fax (510) -642-5045
Email garden@berkeley.edu
botanicalgarden.berkeley.edu/whatsnew/green_stuff.html

Every year from mid-Jun. to mid-Aug. the Garden's Education Program offers Green Stuff, a fun hands-on science day camp for children ages 5 to 11.  Examples of activities campers might do include:

  • Learn about amazing plant adaptations and habitat diversity
  • Taste foods growing in our Crops of the World garden
  • Become a young botanist, use microscopes and keep a Garden Journal
  • Experiment with growing your own seedlings
  • Enjoy stories and songs
  • Hunt for garden animals including birds, newts, lizards and compost critters
  • Discover Native California plants and how local Indian tribes use them
  • Create natural dyes and make crafts from plant material to take home
  • Investigate in a different part of the Garden everyday!

Green Stuff is wonderfully small camp, limited to 12 children per week with 2 counselors, where each child gets very personal attention. We break-up into even smaller groups for walks with our Botanical Garden docents - 6 children and a counselor with a docent.
The counselor team is comprised of a UCSB Education staff leader and a well-trained UC Berkeley student of plant sciences and education, both of whom have experience and a love for education young children and sharing the wonders of  plants and nature.

Ages: Sessions are grouped by ages: 5-7, 8-10, 9-11
Fee: $320 or $290 for Garden members at the Family level
Dates: Week long sessions, Jun. 13 - Aug. 19, 9:00 am -2:00 pm, Aftercare available 2:00-4:00 pm
See Website for details.

Bay Area Writing Project - Youth Summer Programming

Bay Area Writing Project - contact Tara Kaiser
Phone (510) 642-0971
Email bawp@berkeley.edu
www.bayareawritingproject.org

Ages: Students entering grades 3-9 in the fall
Fee: $600 (Scholarships are available - application is required and available on the website.)
$50 discount is given to families who register more than one child.

YA workshops vary in length and times, therefore costs vary.

YWC San Francisco @ St. Vincent de Paul
2350 Green Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
June 13 – July 1, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

YWC Walnut Creek @ Seven Hills School
975 N.San Carlos Dr.
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
June 20- July 8, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

YWC Kentfield @ Bacich Elementary School
25 McAllister Avenue
Kentfield, CA 94904
June 20 – July 18, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

YWC Oakland @ Westlake Middle School
2629 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
June 20 – July 8, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Digital Storytelling@ Westlake Middle School
2629 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
June 20 – July 8, 2016
12:30-3:30 pm

YWC Berkeley @ School of the Madeleine
1225 Milvia Street
Berkeley, CA 94709
June 27 – July 15, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

YWC San Ramon @ Dougherty Valley High
10550 Albion Road
San Ramon, CA 94582
July 11 – July 29, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

(Pending) Digital Stories @ Dougherty Valley High
10550 Albion Road
San Ramon, CA 94582
July 11 – July 29, 2016
12:30 pm- 3:30 p.m.

YWC San Francisco @ St. Ignatius College Preparatory
2001 37th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94116
July 25 – August 12, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm


Teen  Writing Workshops: The 2016 camps are still being finalized. Please visit http://bawpwritingcamporg/1379-2/young-adult-writing-workshops/ for further information.

Flash Fiction @ UC Berkeley

The Personal Statement: From Zero to Bang! in 5 Days @ UC Berkeley

Teenage Reporter: Backpack Journalism in the 21st century @ UC Berkeley

Rebellious Writing: Using the pen for social commentary and voice @ UC Berkeley

Residential Summer Programs for High-School Students at Other UC Campuses

COSMOS

www.ucop.edu/cosmos/
Residential academic program for high school students in mathematics and science at the following UC campuses:
Irvine: Jul 10– Aug. 5
Santa Cruz: Jul. 10 – Aug. 6
Davis: Jul. 10 – Aug. 6
San Diego: Jul. 10- Aug. 6

Application Fee: $30.00
Tuition Fee: $3,400 (includes room and board)
Students from outside of California pay the out-of-state fee of $6,000.

Application period: Jan. 19 – Feb. 19, 2016
For more information and application: www.ucop.edu/cosmos/

UC Davis Young Scholars Program

ysp.ucdavis.edu/

The UC Davis Young Scholars Program is a summer residential research program designed to expose approximately 40 high achieving high school students to the world of original research in the natural sciences with emphases on the biological, environmental and agricultural sciences. To be eligible for the summer of 2016, students must be currently enrolled as sophomores or Jun.iors in high school. UCD-YSP participation is not limited to California students.

Participants in the 2016 UCD-YSP will work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in state of the art laboratories for six weeks. Each student will work on an individual project and prepare a journal quality paper and symposium presentation about their work. In addition to scientific research, the UCD-YSP strives to introduce participants to the climate and culture of living and working on a university campus. Staff make every effort to model the experiences that participants will have during their first years of college.

Dates: Jun. 19—Aug.  30, 2016
Ages: High school rising juniors and rising seniors
Fee: $6,200 (A fee reduction based on need is available for a limited number of students)
Application deadline: Mar. 17, 2016
Application Fee: $25


UC Santa Barbara Pre-College Programs

UCSB Summer Sessions Webpage

UC Santa Barbara allows students to choose from five exciting programs which are designed for different kinds of students: the Early Start Program (ESP), Academic & Enrichment Program (1+1), Enrichment Program, Research Mentorship Program (RMP) and the Local High School Student Program. The programs give high school students the unique opportunity to take regular UC Santa Barbara courses.

Dates:
Summer 2016
Session A: 6/20 - 7/30 
Session B: 8/1 - 9/10 
Session C: 6/20 - 8/27 
Session D: 6/20 - 7/9 
Session E: 7/11 - 7/30
Session F: 8/1 - 8/20 
Session G: 8/22 - 9/10

Fees: See website here.

Other Camp Resources

Berkeley Parents Network

Moderated, parent-run online forum for local parents; subscribe to receive information on camps. as well as schools and pre-schools.
parents.berkeley.edu/recommend/summer/

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