Summer is just around the corner and you are likely in the planning phase of deciding what your smart girl(s) will be doing during the break. Use this guide as inspiration to explore rich and exciting summer camps experiences for your kids that will deliver
If a camp you are interested in is not accessible to you, use this list to inspire you to search for local alternatives.
Bring a language to life through an immersion experience at these language villages in Minnesota. The immersion program is just like entering a new country. You’ll get your Village passport stamped at customs, receive your cabin assignment, and help us determine your language proficiency (don’t worry—no experience required!). Their summer camps can be anywhere from a week to a month. Your smart girl must be at least age 7 to participate.
Not quite a summer experience as the currently available date is in the spring. Nevertheless, this is a great program by the Girls in Politics (GIP) Initiative, a leadership program to introduce girls age 8 to 15 to politics, policy, the United States Congress, parliaments and the work of the United Nations. Keep an eye out for launch dates for the other programs offered by GIP.
3. Space Camp
Suit up for a mission to the International Space Station or train
A summer camp for girls and young women who intend to make a positive difference in a global world and to have fun doing so. With the guidance of
An intensive and fun five-day summer workshop held at the Moses Brown School in Providence, RI that exposes young people to the basic elements of the filmmaking process, culminating in a premiere screening of their finished work.
A unique summer camp in a spectacular location exclusively for girls located in Montreux, Switzerland. At Surval Summer Camp we welcome girls from all over the world, aged between 10 and 16, to enjoy the exciting and challenging linguistic, sporting and recreational activities which a Swiss school has to offer.
This camp teaches students ages 11 – 15 the skills needed to run a business in a flat, competitive world. Kids work on business problems for innovative companies, gain real-world experience in a positive, team-based environment, and learn through the mentorship of top executives.