Butler University’s Creative Writing Camp offers an intensive and entertaining week of workshops to help young writers develop their talent and passion for writing. Campers will converse and work with accomplished novelists, poets, editors, and teachers of writing. Camp is open to students grades 3 – 12. 2 sessions are offered: June 18-22 and June 25-29. Cost is $275.
St. Thomas Aquinas, in conjunction with National Inventors Hall of Fame, is offering 4 invention camps and needs student leader interns for the camps. Camps run from July 16-20. The experience can be counted as BCHS regular service hours.
Flyer with details.
The Joseph Maley Foundation is inviting high school students to volunteer at the first annual Sibs Summer Camp, which will be held at the Joseph Maley Foundation Center, 7128 Lakeview Pkwy W Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46268, USA. This camp promises to be a week of hands-on, activity-based learning and exploration of each child’s unique social and emotional needs as a sibling of an individual with disabilities. Volunteers will support facilitators and JMF staff during camp programming each day.
View information and online application at josephmaley.org
Project Indy is comprised of a network of community organizations, employers, and corporate partners who are providing job opportunities, soft-skill development and job-readiness training to in-school and out-of-school youth in Marion County.