Radio-Television-Film (RTF) Camps
The Department of Radio-Television-Film (RTF) at The University of Texas (UT) at Austin offers summer media production programs for youth of various ages. Taught by some of the best media makers in Austin, our summer camps take place on the UT campus.
Swimming with Recreational Sports
The swim lessons offered in the department of Recreational Sports at Gregory Gym are for a variety of ages, which include infants, preschoolers and youth. The age range is from 6 months to 12 years old. The instructors focus on comfort level, water adjustment, beginning skills, stroke techniques and endurance.
The Barrio Writers program is focused on teen-age participants and consists of free workshops and additional one-on-one tutoring throughout the academic summer break, with monthly cultural arts events during the school year. Through these workshops and events, students build their skills in reading, grammar, creative writing and freedom of expression through the cultural arts.
The writing workshops are designed to empower the teenage community while establishing a self-sufficient educational program that will represent community pride, perseverance and endless possibilities for following generations.
One goal of the program is to publish an anthology collection of written works demonstrating the diverse backgrounds of teenagers. All profits from the book will be returned to the Barrio Writers program for future years. The long-term goal is to publish a new edition each year with hopes that more neighborhoods will adopt the program.
UT PREP 1 is a 6-week academic enrichment program for students currently in 6th or 7th grade in the Austin community who have an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Courses include Logic, Problem Solving, Engineering, and College and Career Exploration.
Research in Life Science is for current 5th graders. Girls Leadership in Physics and Mathematics Camp is for current 8th grade girls. Register at: https://outreach.uteach.utexas.edu/summer-camps
McCombs Future Executive Academy (MFEA)
The McCombs Future Executive Academy (MFEA) brings high school students together for a week of hands-on workshops and learning opportunities. This all expenses paid program takes place from June 5-10, 2016 on The University of Texas at Austin campus. It’s a great way to meet new people, challenge yourself, and gain experience you can use when applying for college.
Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers (DYNAMC)
The Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers (DYNAMC) is an all-expenses paid program, which offers high school students from all backgrounds the chance to explore career paths in accounting. DYNAMC is the perfect opportunity to learn new skills, make new connections, and see all the advantages there are to being a part of the nation’s #1 accounting program.
The Academy for Rising Leaders is a summer program hosted by the McCombs School of Business. Current high school juniors apply for this unique opportunity to address real world challenges with today’s top business, political, and educational leaders. Subiendo aims to prepare these young leaders to address the needs of the next generation by problem solving issues in healthcare, energy/environment, and education.
UT Project on Conflict Resolution 2014
The University of Texas Project on Conflict Resolution hosts the Global Ethics & Conflict Resolution Summer Symposium for high school students. This exciting program explores sources of conflict and how to discover effective resolution at all levels, from the personal to the international.