Below is a list of some of the other camps at UNM that will continue to serve hundreds of New Mexico children this summer.
UNM Women’s Basketball will convene Mike Bradbury Basketball Camps June 18-24 for children ages 10-18 at DreamStyle Arena, aka The Pit, for approximately 200-300 campers. Visit the website for more details.
Lobo Volleyball Camps run for three day a week from June 18 through July 22 with more than 500 kids total participating. Visit the website for more details.
UNM offers Junior Tennis Camps for players 8 to 18 years old, from beginner to competitive tournament players from June through mid-August with about 120 kids taking part. Visit the website for more details.
The Lobo Soccer Academy provides camps for developmental through elite players during July. Visit the website for more details.
UNM Women’s Soccer program will be holding summer camps the following dates with nearly 300 children and teens participating.
Youth Camp: July 9-12
ID Camp: July 14-15
High School Camp: July 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25
Visit the website for more details.
Men’s golf will be hosting the camp Monday thru Thursday of the first two weeks of June and are expecting about 75 kids total ranging in age from 6 to 16. Visit the website for more details.
Arts & Science
The Music Prep School offers a wide variety of affordable music classes for Albuquerque-area students, birth through adult. Highly qualified music educators, many of them UNM graduates, teach the classes. Visit the website for more details.
The Department of Music is planning a two-day camp entitled the Lobo Vocal Academy in the Center for the Arts. The camp is tentatively scheduled for August 2 and 3, with an anticipated 10 to 20 high school age participants. The registration site is not yet active. In the meantime, students may contact Paula Corbin-Swalin directly for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
In collaboration with the College of Engineering and Anderson School of Business, UNM’S Honors College will be hosting a two-week summer program (EUREKA) for high school students in June. More information to come…
New Mexico Youth Shakespeare Project through the Department of Theatre and Dance has scheduled a 4-week long camp in June running Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. About 16 participants between the ages of 9 to 15 are to attend the camp in the Hartung building. Visit the website for more details.
College Prep/ Leadership
UNM offers a number of college preparatory programs for teens during the summer. Among them are a Summer Law Camp for two dozen high school students designed to cultivate career goals and prepare them for college life. It features two sessions, from June 24-29 and from July 8-13. The registration deadline is March 30. Visit the website for more details.
About 20 students will participate in the College Readiness Program’s summer residential session at UNM. It is a two-day, one-night stay on campus to introduce high school juniors to the University departments and programs, presentations, leadership skills activities and team building exercises. Visit the website for more details.
UNM’s Hispanic Youth Research & Leadership Program (HLEAD) is available to about 30 high school age students from July 15-23. It is designed to focus first-generation and low-income youth on the opportunities in pursuing a degree and the careers available in the STEM fields. Visit the website for more details.
UNM Health Sciences Center
HSC Office of Diversity offers several summer programs for high school students interested medical professions. These include Health New Mexico and Building Outstanding STEM-H Students summer programs:
Health NM Summer Programs: ~35 students
Health Careers Academy (HCA): A six-week nonresidential summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Program is designed to enhance ACT performance and provide exposure and information about various healthcare professions. Competitive application found online.
The Undergraduate Health Sciences Enrichment Program features a six-week pre-med, pre-college summer program to about 15 students.
Building Outstanding STEM-H Students (BOSS): ~100
The Building Outstanding STEM Students (BOSS) program of the University of New Mexico Office for Diversity provides K-12 STEM education for underserved students in the community with a particular focus on increasing the number of African American students who are interested in and excel in STEM.
Native American Community Academy (NACA) hosts a summer chess camp with a local chess club for about 40 students ages 7 to 12. Visit the website for more details.
The Education Department at the Harwood Museum of Art will be offering Art Explorations and Teen Art Salons during the summer months as well as outreach to the Taos Farmer’s Market. Visit the website for more details.
UNM-Taos Upward Bound Math and Science will host a 6-week Summer Academy on campus. While the dates have not been finalized, they are planning for June 18th-July 26th. Can take up to 20 high school students. Visit the website for more details.
UNM-Los Alamos Community Education hosts the Summer Program for Youth the last two weeks in July with approximately 150 participants from grades one through 10. Last year’s website, updating soon.
The Upward Bound Valencia will be having a 6-week non-housing summer program that will tentatively have about 30 students attend. Tentative dates: 6/11-7/19, 2018. Visit the website for more details.