Camp Summer Fun
UM-Flint Recreation Center and the Flint Cultural Center
A FUN and ENRICHING CAMP EXPERIENCE
for Summer 2016!
For ages 6 – 11.
Campers benefit from the expertise and quality programming developed with supervision from faculty and students of the UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services. Camp Counselors are Education majors from the University and/or community members with demonstrated experience supervising young people. Education staff members from the Flint Cultural Center organizations are degreed educators in their respective fields.
Campers spend their mornings at the Flint Cultural Center, with Tuesday through Thursday dedicated to the weekly theme.
Every summer, the University of Michigan-Flint offers area youth the opportunity of joining the UM-F Camp Summer Fun.
It’s both an enjoyable and an educational opportunity for children ages 6 through 11 to be on campus and take advantage of the various services and opportunities here, supervised by qualified staff.
This summer, the Campers had a new experience — a Day in the Library — where they selected from a wide range of books they could sit and read — or have a camp staffer read with them.
The campers had a great time walking through the Thompson Library, listening to a brief presentation by a librarian, and speaking with the Reference Librarian (Micky Doyle), who demonstrated how a librarian could help them find a book from in our collection on any topic they wanted.