We are excited to announce our new UMN Virtual Online Summer Youth Programs! We have designed a variety of activities to keep youth engaged and learn while having fun and connecting to others. Join us on this adventure! Please click on the links for more details on the specific online camp or activity.
Virtual Summer Programs 2020
4-H [Virtual] Campus Immersion
Dates: Monday, July 27, 2020 - Friday, July 31, 2020
The 4-H Campus Immersion program supports youth who have completed grades 7-11 in achieving their aspirations for higher education. Participants of this program will virtually explore campus life at each University of Minnesota campus, connect with current college students, create personal plans for higher education, while meeting youth from across the state.
Arboretum Summer Kids Activity Kits To-Go
$75-$125 per to-go kit
Experience the wonder and excitement of Arboretum programs at home this summer! These all-inclusive activity kits allow kids to explore science, nature, and the arts through a wide variety of self-guided hands-on activities.
Arboretum Virtual Summer Camp Programs
Start Date Mon, 06/15/2020
End Date Thu, 08/20/2020
Dependent upon program
Description Kits and virtual activity packages available to inspire hands-on plant learning, and fun all summer long, any place, anytime.
Community Music Program
Varies, dependent upon instructor, lesson length, and number of lessons
A professional unit within the School of Fine Arts, the Fine Arts Academy offers high quality community music instruction to students of all ages and levels. Voice as well as a variety of instrument types are available.
Girls Talk Math 2020
July 6- August 7 on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Discover the history of women in mathematics, challenge yourself to explore the problems they worked on, and share your experience by creating a blog and podcast series.
K-12 Learning Resources : Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve
Resources available year round!
Resources related to Cedar Creek ecology research and natural landscapes for students and families to use: Virtual tours, curated data sets, backyard investigations etc.