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    Hokie BugCamp 2021 , video

    Armed with nets and jars, kids of all ages explored Heritage Park in Blacksburg, Va to find and capture flying and crawling insects during Hokie BugCamp 2021. The Virginia Tech Department of Entomology in partnership with the Virginia 4-H Virginia Cooperative Extension and the New River Land Trust hosted three mini sessions of Hokie BugCamp which focused on insect collecting–the most popular component of the youth camp–in which kids collected, identified, and learned how to pin their found specimens. In addition to insect collecting, campers also participated in an insect scavenger hunt and an insect collection contest.

    Date: Aug 26, 2021
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    Middle schoolers design, build arcade games as part of annual ICAT Maker Camp , video

    Virginia Tech faculty and graduate students, as well as Maker Camp alumni welcomed middle school-aged students to a four-day camp designed to harness students’ creativity and encourage them to act on their curiosity. Maker Camp is a project of Virginia Tech's University Libraries and the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology within the Virginia Tech Creativity + Innovation District.

    Date: Aug 06, 2019
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    Virginia Tech welcomes TechGirls for 12-day camp , video

    TechGirls is an international exchange program designed to inspire and empower high school girls from the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia in STEM. The 60+ girls visited Virginia Tech to learn from faculty experts in coding, programming, and cybersecurity. They also visited local businesses for a job shadowing day. Their visit was facilitated by the Center for Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED) at Virginia Tech. TechGirls is a program of the U.S. Department of State, administered by Legacy International.

    Date: Jul 30, 2019
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    Kids learn about gardening, food prep at Family Food Fest camp , video

    Family Food Fest is a partnership between Hahn Horticulture Garden at Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension through Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. The youth day camp featured various hands-on educational gardening activities and field trips to gardening enterprises.

    Date: Jul 19, 2019
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    College of Science hosts high school teachers for Nanoscience camp , video

    The College of Science hosted 16 high school science teachers from across Virginia, Maryland, and Tennessee for three days of in-depth lab experiments and demonstration centered on bringing nanoscience into the classroom.

    Date: Jun 26, 2019
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    Exploring wood science with InsideTREES , video

    InsideTREES, a three-day educational summer program for high school students provided by the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials, was held June 10-12, 2019 on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg Campus. The camp gave high school students an opportunity to explore aspects of wood science, forestry, engineering, and design.

    Date: Jun 19, 2019
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    Public health graduate students lead camp to teach children about health, well-being , video

    Market Kids is a 13-week camp based in Christiansburg that teaches local kids (ages 6-13) the importance of health and well-being. The kids learned to plant vegetables, learned about nutrition, took field trips, and sold the vegetables they planted at two local farmers markets. The program was awarded the John E. Dooley Student Engagement Grant of $1,500. Market Kids is a partnership between the New River Health District and the Virginia Tech Public Health program.

    Date: Aug 21, 2018
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    TechGirls from Middle East, Africa visit Virginia Tech for coding camp , video

    TechGirls is a is a program of the U.S. Department of State, administered by Legacy International in partnership with CEED. TechGirls brings high school girls from the Middle East and North Africa to the United States for a three-week exchange. While here, students take part in an interactive technology and computer camp, join a tech company for a day of job shadowing, and participate in community service initiatives. The TechGirls program improves the participants’ ability to enter tech fields and gain access to higher education, as well as offering them a rich cultural immersion experience. The CEED office provides programming for just part of the visit.

    Date: Jul 26, 2018
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    Culinary Camp opens the world of haute – and hot – cuisine to young chefs , video

    Guess what was on the menu when Virginia Tech Dining Services’ Culinary Camp opened this summer? Ten young culinary students – aged 9 to 14 – spent a day learning how to make Virginia Tech’s buffalo sauce from scratch. Replete with their tiny chef’s hats and chef coats monogrammed with their names, this new generation of future Tech students were acting out their part in the evolution of buffalo cauliflower tacos from a campus favorite to a campus tradition. Culinary Camp 100 has itself become a rather beloved campus tradition. Since 2013, when the first Culinary Camp 100 class opened its doors to area youngsters, Chef Randall Van Dyke and his team have been shepherding an increasing number of would-be chefs into the world of haute – and sometimes just hot – cuisine.

    Date: Jul 20, 2018