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    Taxonomy Code: PL-6400.1500-700

    Programs that provide creative recreational experiences in indoor and/or outdoor group living for children, usually age seven to 16, or adults who remain overnight at the camp and participate in a 24-hour schedule of activities.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BAITING HOLLOW SCOUT CAMPProvides overnight and day camping opportunities for males ages 6-18 years old. Call main office for more information.SuffolkBAITING HOLLOW SCOUT CAMPBOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA/SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
    ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPOffers a one-week residential/nonresidential program which will introduce students to electrical engineering and also to computer programming. No background in programming, physics, or advanced mathematics is necessary. Students will investigate concepts in electricity and magnetism by building electromagnets, electromagnetic motors, and generating electricity. They will connect these concepts to larger applications in electrical engineering. The participants will begin to develop their skills in electronics by building some basic circuits and will advance to more complex electronics projects using breadboards and microprocessors. They will each receive a credit-card sized computer called a Raspberry Pi and will learn how to develop code with it. The course will culminate with a project interfacing the Raspberry Pi with electronics components. The students will be able to take home these projects. Throughout this program students will gain insight into how basic engineering concepts relate to the world around them. They will also learn about some of the current developments in the fields of electrical engineering and computer programming. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    FOOTBALL CAMPCamps offered include the Priore One Day at Stony Brook University which is open to any and all players entering 9th grade through 12th grade. It is our goal at the Chuck Priore Football Camp to improve a young man’s performance on the football field through quality individual instruction. Under the guidance of Head Coach Chuck Priore and the Seawolves Football Staff, each young man will learn sound football fundamentals. The camp features intensive fundamental instruction at every position, speed training, and allows these young men to display competitiveness and football ability. Note: All campers must have a filled out Health Form and Assumption of Risk Form in order to participate in either camp. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp.SuffolkFOOTBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    FREEPORT CORPS/COMMUNITY CENTERProvides emergency financial assistance; food and nutrition programs; seasonal services; camping activities; senior citizens clubs; visitation services; youth worship services; worship services; Christian education; men's ministries; music and arts programs; Sunday school; women's ministries; character building programs and residential camping activities. Call for more information.NassauFREEPORT CORPS/COMMUNITY CENTERTHE SALVATION ARMY GREATER NEW YORK DIVISION
    I-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMOffers students a summer residential/nonresidential laboratory program whose goal in this program is to introduce motivated high school students to the techniques used in modern biotechnology research. The students will begin by learning concepts and techniques as a class but will quickly move to working in small groups or with a partner. We will use lectures by university faculty, library research and model systems such as bacteria, yeast, Euglena, C. elegans and Dictyostelium, to help the students choose and explore topic areas that interest them. Students working in groups will use the information and techniques to develop and test a hypothesis using one of the model systems. The students will present their work to their classmates at the end of the session. A background in biology is required and chemistry is suggested. The students will have the opportunity to live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus. Residential staff is available at all times. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. During their stay, students are afforded the opportunity to learn about areas of scientific research from the Stony Brook faculty. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkI-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    MATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a 2-week residential/non-residential program designed for students who will be entering their junior or senior year in high school and have an interest in enriching their mathematics education. During the two-week program students will explore several branches of mathematics, including: Knot Theory; Number Theory; The mathematics of puzzles and games; Cryptography; how public-key cryptography works and how to create your own codes; Cryptography - An introduction to the mathematics of finance and Statistics for the Biological Sciences. In addition students will learn to use MAPLE, an invaluable tool for anyone who is interested in studying Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Economics at the college level or beyond. The students will live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus, residential staff is available at all times. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMTeachers and students live and learn together at sites on or off Long Island for several days where they focus on the natural environment and traditional curricula. This is preceded by in-service training and planning guidance. The following are On Long Island sites: Camp Quinipet and Dorothy P. Flint. The following are off-Long Island sites. Ashokan Center Kingston, NY; Frost Valley Environmental Education Center, Frost Valley YMCA, Oliverea; Greenkill Outdoor/Environmental Education Center, Huguenot, New York and Sharpe Reservation, Fishkill. Call for specific facility information.SuffolkOUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
    RECREATION/CAMP PROGRAMOffers summer day camping for children 2-17 years old preschool camp held at Mid Island Y, day camp for grades K-6 held at Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Wheatley Heights, special teen and travel programs for 7-11th grade. Before and after care provided if needed.NassauRECREATION/CAMP PROGRAMMID-ISLAND Y-JCC
    RESIDENTIAL CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CHILDRENProvides residential camping facilities and activities including tennis, track, swimming, arts and crafts, computers, basketball, baseball, fishing, music, sailing as well as off-site trips for physically challenged individuals age 8-18 years. Also offers two three-week sessions and a one-week session for ages 8-18 years. Call.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CHILDRENSOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME
    SIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPProvides academically talented, motivated high school students who are between their junior & senior years the opportunity to engage in hands-on research in science, math or engineering at the Stony Brook University. Simons Fellows work with distinguished faculty mentors, learn laboratory techniques and tools, become part of active research teams and experience life at a research university. The Simons Summer Research program now attracts applicants from all across the country to the Stony Brook campus: Simons Fellows are matched with Stony Brook faculty mentors, join a research group or team, and assume responsibility for a project. The Simons Fellows conclude their apprenticeship by producing a written research abstract and a research poster. In addition to learning valuable techniques and experiencing life at a major research university, Simons Fellows attend weekly faculty research talks and participate in special workshops, tours and events. At the closing poster symposium, students are presented with a $1,000 stipend award. Participants may elect to live on campus with other student researchers or to commute. The Simons Summer Research Program is supported by the Simons Foundation and individual faculty grants. Call for more detailed information and application guidelines.SuffolkSIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SUMMER RESIDENTIAL CAMPOffers dozens of one-week camping experiences for children 7-17 Programs include travel, kayaking, sailing, nature, athletics, dance, arts, and more. Call for further information.SuffolkSUMMER RESIDENTIAL CAMPQUINIPET CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER
    TOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGOffers a one-day clinic is designed to provide an opportunity to female high school aged soccer players to be instructed by a collegiate coaching staff in a competitive atmosphere. This clinic will include a Q&A with current collegiate soccer players and a three hour training session broken down into skill work, small sided play, and 11v11 scrimmaging. This clinic is open to any and all high school aged female soccer players. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    WEEKEND RESPITE PROGRAMOffers a weekend respite for campers with physical and developmental disabilities between ages 6-21 years old. Check in is Friday evening at 8pm and check out is Sunday at 3pm. Campers enjoy arts and crafts, music, games, movies, and walks in the woods. The program benefits parents by giving them a break from very demanding responsibilities as their child's caregiver. Call or visit website for dates and additional information.SuffolkWEEKEND RESPITE PROGRAMCAMP PA-QUA-TUCK

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