SUMMER CAMPS AT UM-FLINT
UM-Flint Summer Camp Programs
Ready to get more out of your summer break? UM-Flint offers a variety of enriching programming in a variety of unique areas for K-12 students. Hosted by world-renowned faculty, these programs expand campers’ curiosity and develop their passions while offering an up-close look at the UM-Flint campus.
Learn more about the camps we offer this summer and have fun while exploring possibilities on a college campus!
2023 UM-Flint Summer Camp Line Up
Future doctor? Entrepreneur? Tech innovator? UM-Flint has a camp for that and more. Find your summer plans here. While these are not overnight camps, attendees will be immersed in their chosen topic!
Discovery Camp 2023
Camp Dates: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. June 12- August 18, 2023
Age Group: Grades K-2
Cost: Registration is $75 then $200 per week + field trips
UM-Flint Early Childhood Development Center’s school-age summer adventure includes:
Weekly Themes | Community Experiences | Character Building | Health and Fitness | Service Learning Project | Enriching Outdoor Experiences | Weekly Educational Field Trips
Camp Dates: June 20-22, 2023
Age Group: Incoming 9-12 Grades
The Innovation & Technology Scholars Program is a 3-day on-campus experience where you’ll explore the academic areas within the College of Innovation & Technology. Each day will consist of a different theme and offer students hands-on activities, presentations, field trips, and some delicious food.
Camp Dates: June 18-20, 2024
Age Group: Grades 11-12
The Summer Entrepreneurship Institute will assist participants with an interest in business and entrepreneurship to decide if this is a route they would like to pursue in college. The program will engage students in a series of life-changing sessions, allowing them to get a feel for the field. The mission is to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and to assist students in learning about the process of starting and growing new ventures.
Camp Dates: June 21-22, 2023
Age Group: Grades 9-12
Are you interested in a fulfilling career in health care, but aren’t sure which one is best for you? Explore in-demand health care careers through fun, hands-on activities and tours of our learning labs with faculty and students. Participate in an accident simulation and see how different health care providers respond to an emergency. Get introduced to many health care careers you may not be familiar with, including epidemiology and public health, exercise science, health care administration, health information technology, radiation therapy, respiratory therapy, nurse anesthesia, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and physician assistant.
Camp Dates: June 26-28, 2023
Age Group: Grades 8-12
Many dream about a legal career but have no idea how to explore if it is the right path for them. This camp will allow attendees to explore a legal career, hear from different lawyers, and prepare legal arguments. You’ll work alongside UM-Flint pre-law students as you build your knowledge about the law and your writing, speaking, and presenting abilities.
Camp Dates: June 26-29, 2023
Age Group: Grades 9-12
You will embark on a 4-day hero’s journey to becoming a better writer through an interactive role-playing adventure. Your guides and Dungeon Masters (DM’s) will be Writing Center tutors who will lead you through designing the world we’ll adventure through; developing a unique, compelling character and their backstory; creating fun non-player characters to interact with; and putting all together and go on a D&D one-shot campaign!
Camp Dates: June 27-28, 2023
Age Group: Incoming 6-8 Grades
Lunch and snacks will be provided for both days
CIT Summer Camp is a 2-day program held on-campus at the University of Michigan-Flint. Students will explore the academic areas within the College of Innovation and Technology through fun hands-on activities, presentations, and a field trip to one of our partner locations.
Camp Dates: July 11-12, 2023
Age Group: Grades 9-12
This 2-day interactive summer camp is for high school students who are considering a career in nursing. The camp will include fun, hands-on experiences to introduce campers to all that nursing has to offer. Campers will have the opportunity to participate in activities with the goal of developing a passion for nursing. Faculty, staff, and current students in the School of Nursing will be present to work with campers and answer any questions that they may have related to the nursing program as well as the nursing profession.