This three-week camp is designed to offer exciting, hands-on learning projects that will empower learners to creatively express themselves and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) fields. Each day, in and out of the museum, campers will engage in challenges that help learners problem-solve, code, conduct science experiments, create interactive artwork with electronics, and more! With stable groups of 10 or fewer kids and two consistent educators, your learner will have a safe and fun opportunity to experience summer camp! (Limited availability for full scholarships via an application)
Duration: Three-week camps (10 children maximum), June 7th – June 25th (6-8 year olds), July 12 – July 30th (9-12 year olds), Monday – Friday (9 am – 5 pm)
Registration and Scholarship Applications Open: 5:00 pm on Friday, February 5, 2021. Read more about scholarships and the application process in the section below. Limited scholarships are available.
COVID-Safe Camp Protocols:
- Staggered drop-off and pick-up of campers and a minimum of 15 feet between camper groups during drop-off
- Kids bring their own snack and lunch to camp
- Campers grouped in stable groups of 10 for three weeks with two consistent staffers
- Campers, staff, and any caregivers (dropping off) wear masks and maintain a minimum of six feet distance.
- Daily camper and staff screening, with adherence to sanitation and handwashing protocols, and thorough staff safety training
Refund and Cancellation Policy for in-person Camp Sessions:
- 100% refund if you cancel your in-person camp session before May 1, 2021
- 50% refund for camp sessions canceled after May 1, 2021, and up to seven business days prior to your camp start date
- No credit or refunds for cancellations within seven business days of the camp start date
- In the event that Children’s Creativity Museum needs to cancel as a result of city or state mandates, you will receive a 100% refund
- Please email email@example.com for all cancellations
Scholarship Eligibility and Priority
- Limited scholarships are available.
- Applications will be accepted and processed on a first come first serve basis. Applications will close once all spots are filled.
- Prioritized students are members of a household whose previous year’s total annual income does not exceed 200% of the federal poverty level, based on household members.
- Prioritized students attend the following schools: Bessie Carmichael, Gordon Lau, Lee Newcomer, and Tenderloin Community School.
- Students who are siblings of students who qualify for receiving a scholarship based on the above criteria will be prioritized.
Select a camp date according to your child’s age below.
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In the event that our S.T.E.A.M. Camps have sold out, please add your information to this waitlist and we will be in touch with you shortly.