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Computer Science Summer Camp More info

Interested in learning how to program in high demand languages like Java, C++, and C#? Would you rather learn by making movies and video games? Are you tired of rhetorical questions with obvious answers?

Located 35 miles south of Florida Tech’s Melbourne campus, the Vero Beach Marine Laboratory is offering five days of fun, hands-on learning activities built around seahorses, clownfish, corals, and much more! 

Campers will enter the world of Florida Tech’s aquaculture and conservation biology professionals and leave with a greater understanding and appreciation for marine conservation The camp is open to all students entering 6th through 8th grade.

Summer Camps Rock!  Leadership is one of the most overlooked skills and transcends almost everything we do in life. Join us for a youth leadership camp that incorporates a combination of classroom training and active learning at the Florida Tech Challenge Course. Students will learn the attributes of a leader, team leading procedures, leadership styles and problem solving, along with other tools that make a well-rounded and effective leader.

Marine & Environmental Science Summer Camp.  July 20- 24, 2015.  Registration info

Camp runs from Monday through Friday,  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Overnight campers can arrive on Sunday July 19 and depart Saturday July 25.

Check out the sample itinerary on our website. Overnight campers will also be involved in nightly educational and fun activities.

All campers will receive a bag lunch.  Breakfast, dinner, and snacks are provided for overnight campers, as are linens.  

The Indian River Lagoon Teachers’ Workshop will provide tools, lesson plans and continuing education

credits for teachers working in counties which border the Indian River Lagoon (IRL). Over the course of four days, teachers will be engaged in a series of lectures, classroom demonstrations and field activities to expand their knowledge of the IRL. Example topics may include: history of the IRL, the presence of invasive species, trends in seagrass health, impacts of nutrients, resources for species identification, management strategies and much more.