Even though we are still in a pandemic, I know parents are looking for opportunities this summer. Below is a list of some options to consider that my office is aware of right now. Some are being offered on site and some virtual. We hope you find this list helpful and can share with friends and family.
The Prince George's County Department of Parks & Recreation offers more than 600 camp sessions for children ages 3-17! Registration opens Monday, April 19, 2021.
Imagine, Innovate and Create with Art Works Now in Hyattsville this summer! Camps offered virtual, in-person, and hybrid.
Ancestral Knowledge offers summer day camps which are 100% outdoors and filled with forest exploration, hands-on projects and games for ages 7 and older. Learn more here, space is very limited.
The City of Hyattsville offers a Field Day Summer Camp for children in grades K-5th.
Excelon is offering a STEM Innovation Leadership Academy August 1 - Friday, August 6, 2021 at the University of Maryland College Park. This residential leadership program for young women currently in 10th or 11 grade includes field trips and hands on activities. Application deadline is April 25, 2021. Apply and learn more here.
Little Friends for Peace Peace Camp provides children ages 4-14 with the opportunity to explore cooperation and conflict resolution in safe and supportive environments during their in-person and virtual programs.
University of Maryland offers numerous summer programs for K-12 students camps including engineering programs, business programs, and more. Learn more about specific programs through these links:engineering programs, computer camps, Terp Quest.
#OnlyTogether - Ways to Help
Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers are needed to help with vaccine distribution. Learn more and sign up ere: https://bit.ly/PGCMedicalReserveand be sure to select Prince George's County.