Texas A&M University-San Antonio is organizing two, one-week virtual summer camps for your middle school students (6th to 8th grade students)! This virtual summer camp, Challenge to ASPIRE with A&M-San Antonio, will be geared towards providing daily sessions and challenges in science, technology, art and more!
During these daily challenges, campers will have interactive and informative sessions with University staff and organizations for a challenge to complete! These sessions and challenges will allow students to interact with other campers and virtually visit various organizations, such as The DoSeum, Texas Parks & Wildlife, The Scobee Education Center and NASA!
Here are some more details about this free virtual summer camp:
Dates: June 22-26, 2020 (35 spots) and July 13-17, 2020 (35 spots)
Audience: 6th-8th grade students
Time: 9 am to 12 pm daily
Materials: A&M-San Antonio will provide materials for each challenge!
So why should your students join us for Challenge to ASPIRE? This new virtual summer camp, hosted by A&M-San Antonio, will provide interactive activities, collaboration with amazing organizations and fun in learning! Our community partnerships will give your students an introduction to local museums, national research organizations and alumni from the University!
We need your help in sharing this opportunity with your students and parent(s)/guardian(s) to participate in this new virtual camp! Additional information about Challenge to ASPIRE, including the Camp Registration Form can be found at:
The Camp Registration Form is now live and enrolling students. Please note that there is limited space per week (35 students per week). Students and their parent(s)/guardian(s) may choose one week they are most interested in attending: