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Customize your own summer camp by taking your research and teachings from the university classroom to children ranging from kindergarten to 12th grade.

Camps can run between June and July and typically range from one to ten days, with multiple sessions possible, depending on demand. Faculty manage their own programs including: identifying space, managing registration lists and communication, developing curriculum, collecting fees if applicable, and ordering supplies.

If you are interested in hosting a summer camp in summer 2018, or know of any other faculty that might, the Fulton Schools K12 Education Outreach team would love to assist. Below is a graph of the summer program services the team provides, along with due dates for each service.

For those of you who would like your information marketed in our Fulton Schools Summer Academy materials, please fill out our Summer Camp Intake Form by Monday, January 15, 2018.

Submitting your program information prior to Monday, January 15, 2018 will allow your program to be shared with hundreds of K-12 students this spring. If you are unable to make the deadline for any of the printed materials, you can still enter your information on the intake form up to Sunday, April 1, 2018 and have it published on our website.

Timeline/Due Date

Printed 
Market Materials

Market Materials on the Fulton Outreach Website

Registration System

Curriculum and Activities Consultation 

 

Up to January 15

x

x

x

x

January 15 to February  1

No longer available

x

x

x

February 1 to March 1

No longer available

x

No longer available

x

March 1 to April  1

No longer available

x

No longer available

No longer available

After April 1

No longer available

No longer available

No longer available

No longer available

Market Materials: The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering K12 Education Outreach team will collect your information to promote on our website, newsletter, and other marketing opportunities.

Consultation on Curriculum and Activities: The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering K12 Education Outreach team is happy to meet with you to discuss questions you may have on your summer program curriculum and activities. Examples include: is this tailored to the right age, what kinds of supplies can I use that are safe and inexpensive, what kind of work flow is best for this age group?

Registration System: ASU is in the process of migrating to a new online registration system. E-Touches will replace RegOnline as the software used to track summer camp registrations, collect payments, and send communications. We can assist you with setting up your ETouches system and training staff on how to use the program. Please indicate your interest in the Summer Camp Intake Form and we will send you additional information as we learn more. Please note: once the system is set up each faculty member will be responsible for managing the participants list, needs, and communication.  To get you started we will need an account number and department signature.

Questions? Contact Brittney Martin at brittney.martin@asu.edu.

Looking for other ways to engage? Check out our other faculty outreach opportunities.

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