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Allegheny County Camp Cadet
Allegheny County Camp Cadet
A free one-week residential camp designed to give youth a better understanding of law enforcement activities while living in an atmosphere similar to a police training academy. Emphasis is placed on improving self-discipline, building self-esteem and confidence through teamwork and making new friends. This camp is a mini version of a police academy; it is NOT a boot camp for troubled youth. The day will consist of physical training (PT), followed by a morning run then the cadets will return to their quarters for personal hygiene and prepare for inspection. During the day various activities are scheduled including presentations by various agencies, a mock crime scene investigation, mock criminal trial and sporting activities.
300 23rd street
Sharpsburg, PA 15215
Eligibility: Any youth between the ages of 12 and 14 who resides in Allegheny County and who is in good physical condition.
Hours: July 29, 2019
Allison Hill Community Ministry
Summer Celebration Day Camp
Education day-camp,encourages reading and writing, theater and arts & crafts. Students are enrolled in Harrisburg Parks and Recreation certified swimming program.
1501 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Eligibility: Grades 2 to 5
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am-3:00pm
Alternative Community Resource Program, Inc.
Alternative Community Resource Program - Summer Treatment Program
Provides treatment for children ages 5 to 12 and adolescents ages 13-18 with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or similar disorders. It is tailored to each child’s behavioral, emotional, and interpersonal needs. The ultimate goal is to build on a child’s social and emotional skills so he or she can return to school ready to succeed.
131 Market Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
Eligibility: Children ages 5 to 12 and adolescents ages 13-18 with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or similar disorders
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:15pm
American Diabetes Association
American Diabetes Association - Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp
A resident camp located near Bloomsburg in Columbia County. Camp is offered for children ages 8-15.
150 Monument Road
Suite 100
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Eligibility: Open to anyone interested.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
American Diabetes Association
American Diabetes Association Pittsburgh
Provides the Diabetes Expo, youth programs, summer camps, family resource networks, monthly magazines, speakers, health fairs, golf and cycling events, America's Walk for diabetes, fundraising events, and advocacy program initiatives.
112 Washington Place
1520 Two Chatham Center
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Eligibility: Anyone affected by Diabetes.
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Amputee Coalition
Amputee Coalition - Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp
The Amputee Coalition's Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp is a 5-day traditional summer camp experience for children ages 10-17 who have lost arms and/or legs or who were born with limb differences. The camp offers challenging activities that build campers' confidence regardless of skill level and takes place at Camp JOY in Clarksville, OH. A unique aspect of our program is that campers are not accompanied by their parents, which inspires campers to take on new challenges, be independent, test themselves and build new friendships in a supportive, caring environment.
10117 Old 3c Highway
Clarksville, OH 45113
Eligibility: Children ages 10-17 who have lost arms and/or legs or who were born with limb differences.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Music Camp - Archbishop Ryan High School
Provides classes in woodwind, bass, percussion, strings, piano, computer music writing, music theory and jazz basics. For jazz basics students must have had 2 years of an instrument.
11201 Academy Road
Philadelphia, PA 19154
Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Art Camp - Archbishop Ryan High School
Provides printmaking, wire sculpture, elements of drawing and design and painting. Supplies are included.
11201 Academy Road
Philadelphia, PA 19154
Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Percussion Camp - Father Judge High School
For students interested in learning or improving their abilities in all facets of percussion performance. Topics include basic rudiments, drum set styles, reading (moderate-advanced), auxiliary percussion instrument technique, Latin instruments/rhythms, mallet (scales & reading), ensemble playing and marching percussion.
3301 Solly Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19136
Belmont Theatre
Belmont Theatre
Voluntary, non-profit organization offering live entertainment, education and hands-on experience in the performing arts. Volunteers are needed for all aspects of productions and office assistance. Classes and summer camps are available.
27 South Belmont Street
York, PA 17403
Eligibility: Open to anyone.
Hours: Mon - Fri, 9 AM - 6 PM
Boy Scouts of America, New Birth of Freedom Council
Hidden Valley Scout Reservation
Overnight and day camping from June to August. Activities include hiking, boating, cooking, and archery. Winter weekend rental of facilities to the community.
268 Hidden Valley Road
Loysville, PA 17047
Eligibility: Member of Boy Scouts with completed application and physical.
Boys & Girls Club of Harrisburg
Angino Boys & Girls Club - Day Camp
Structured program including socialization through sports, trips, arts and crafts; basic skills education to enhance school achievement and readiness levels through day camping skills and techniques.
1227 Berryhill Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Eligibility: Boys and girls 6-13 years of age.
Boys & Girls Club of Harrisburg
John Hall Boys & Girls Club - Day Camp
Structured program including socialization through sports, trips, arts and crafts; basic skills education to enhance school achievement and readiness levels through day camping skills and techniques.
1700 Hanover Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Eligibility: Boys and girls 6-13 years of age.
Hours: 2:30pm - 8:00pm
Cambria County Camp Cadet
Cambria County Camp Cadet
A free one-week residential camp designed to give youth a better understanding of law enforcement activities while living in an atmosphere similar to a police training academy. Emphasis is placed on improving self-discipline, building self-esteem and confidence through teamwork and making new friends. This camp is a mini version of a police academy; it is NOT a boot camp for troubled youth.
7373 Admiral Peary Highway
Cresson, PA 16630
Eligibility: Ages 12 to 15. Resident of Cambria County.
Hours: July 28th through August 3rd
Camp Dreamcatcher
Camp Dreamcatcher - Therapeutic and Educational Camp Session
Camp Dreamcatcher welcomes 130 HIV/AIDS impacted youth to the session in August. Camp staff includes 250 counselors, medical personnel, professionals, community members and volunteer during the camp week.
148 West State Street
Suite 104
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Camp Hebron, Inc.
Camp Hebron, Inc.
Offers a summer residential camp Camp Location: 957 Camp Hebron Road, Halifax, PA 17032 Age Range: 1st-12th grade Financial Aid: Yes Overnight camping and outings with camps for youth and families, canoe trips, horseback riding, backpacking, handicapped 18 years and up, senior citizens, church retreat groups. Adventure challenge, onsite gymnasium and climbing wall. Banquets for nonprofits, churches and civic organizations. Training and leadership retreats using challenge activities. Options for day visits include picnics, hiking, boating and other activities by arrangement.
957 Camp Hebron Road
Halifax , PA 17032
Eligibility: All are welcome to join programs
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm; Saturday. 9:00am to 4:00pm; Sunday, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Carlow University
Carlow University - Summer Science Nation
Four day program (June 27,28,29,30) that introduces participants to career options in science. Through hands-on lab experiments, field trips to Pittsburgh’s research and industry facilities and meetings with scientists in the field, attendees will see the broad range of opportunities in science that are available- and meet women succeeding in these careers. Attendees will visit the McGowan Center for Regenerative Medicine and will also meet other girls who want to explore a future in science. Attendees will also get to enjoy 3 nights in Carlow’s dorms!
3333 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Eligibility: Students entering grades 9 - 12.
Hours: June 27,28,29,30 8:30 AM- June27- Noon on June 30, 2017
Carnegie Science Center
Carnegie Summer Science Camps
Half-day and full-day camps investigate science careers, experiment with roller coasters at Kennywood, build a bridge, explore our city and navigate the three rivers. With Carnegie Science Center as home base, campers have access to hundreds of hands-on
One Allegheny Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Eligibility: Children ages 4 to 14.
Hours: June, July, August: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Chambersburg Memorial YMCA
Specialty Sports Camps
Throughout the year, the Chambersburg YMCA  hosts a variety of specialty sports camps and clinics for students in 1st - 11th grade.
570 East McKinley Street
PO Box 279
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Eligibility: Eligibility is based upon the specific specialty camp that your child will be attending.
Hours: Hours vary, please call first.
Christian Residential Opportunities and Social Services (CROSS Inc.)
Camping
Children and adults with special needs love an opportunity to go camping. Each year an amazing group of volunteers from throughout the United States come together to provide and amazing experience for our campers. There are a myriad of activities to engage the campers and lots of one on one attention. The key to the success is the intergenerational staff working together for the well being of the campers and to the Glory of God. Camp is not respite care so we ask that our campers have the mental ability to grasp the concepts presented in our daily Chapels and Bible classes. In the summer, we provide several weeks of camping for youth and adults with physical and mental disabilities. We rent a camp in Mercersburg and one in Carlisle and have campers from Franklin, Cumberland, Perry, York, Adams and Dauphin counties.
712 Pinola Road
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Eligibility: Individual must be low-income with a primary diagnosis of a developmental disability and are not in need of medical care on a daily basis.
Hours: Hours vary, please call first.
Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)
CAPPA Summer Youth Basketball/ Gang Prevention Workshops
The Summer Basketball program promotes teamwork, strategic thinking, good sportsmanship and positive conflict resolution among all participants. All youth are required to attend "Gang Prevention Workshops" conducted by law enforcement officers and other community partners. The workshops give an overview of gangs with a focus on the realities of gang involvement. Parents are encouraged to attend all workshops with their children and to bring a friend or family member.
734 West Fourth Street
2nd Floor
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: Hours vary. Please call.
Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center
Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Camp Malchus for Boys
Flexible, innovative Jewish Camp provides daily shiur, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, woodworking, bowling, barbecues, baseball games, overnights, late nights, little league and weekly trips. Kosher breakfast, hot lunch and snacks are served. Extended care and transportation available for an additional cost.
198 Tomlinson Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116
Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center
Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Camp Kinderland for Girls
Flexible and innovative Jewish camp provides daily shiur, swimming, art, dance, music, baking, sports, field trips and more activities. Kosher breakfast, hot lunch and snacks served. Extended care and transportation available for an additional cost.
198 Tomlinson Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116
County Corrections Gospel Mission
County Corrections Gospel Mission - Camp at Old Mill
The camp at Old Mill was purchased, renovated and established to strengthen our effectiveness and impact upon Coatesville’s ‘at risk’ children and similar needs from Brooklyn, New York to Chester, Pennsylvania.
17 North 7th Ave
Coatesville, PA 19320
Covenant Academy
Covenant Academy - Summer Camp
Camp Covenant is an 8-week program designed for children ages 2½ - 7. Our program offers a fun-filled Christian environment where each day begins with morning devotions followed by fun activities, academic enrichment, arts and crafts, games, water fun and field-trips.
7500 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119
Cranberry Township Community Development
Cranberry Township - Camp Cranberry
Camp Cranberry provides a variety of day camps, overnight camps and themed camps designed to meet children's needs to create friendships, have fun and be creative. Adventure camps such as Time Travelers, Dinosaur Detectives, Island Explorers and Mad Scientist feature special theme-related games and crafts. Our camps meet children's needs for adventure, physical challenge, skill development and fun! Sports Camps include skill development for each sport and in the afternoon, regular camp activities such as environmental education, theme afternoons, arts & crafts, and guest speakers. Our Great Outdoors camps are filled with adventures - fishing, ropes course, canoeing, and more. Camp descriptions and fees available at website. Some camps take place at different local area locations.
2525 Rochester Road Suite 400
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Eligibility: Children of all ages.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
DreamWrights Center for Community Arts
DreamWrights Center for Community Arts
Fostering and inspiring growth, responsibility and creativity for people of all ages and cultures through an educational theatre arts program. Programs include: A season of large cast multi-generational live theatre performances. Theatre arts classes are available in the spring and fall. Week long classes in summer. Creativity camps are offered for all ages. Offers special programs for teens and children who are home schooled. Offers a Costume Shop. Outreach theatre sessions as well as touring shows are available to come to your location. Some scholarships are available for those in financial need.
100 Carlisle Avenue
York, PA 17401
Eligibility: Open to anyone.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Elizabethtown College
Elizabethtown College
Offers a variety of undergraduate liberal arts and pre-professional programs leading to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Degrees; Master’s Degrees in Occupational Therapy, Curriculum and Instruction, Special Education and Public Policy. The School of Continuing and Professional Studies provides adult education programs that lead to Bachelor's and Master’s Degrees. Also available: Evening classes, summer session, High Center for Family Business, Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies-world’s foremost experts on Amish culture, Social Enterprise Institute.
One Alpha Drive
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
Eligibility: Varies with program
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00 pm
Evolve Coaching
Evolve Coaching - Arts for Autism
Students will actively engage in teamwork with the objective of producing a short film. Concept development, storyboarding, acting, costume design, set design, production, and editing are just a few aspects of the real work experience gained through participation in the Joey Travolta Film Camp. The camp also offers an "alumni classroom” for transition-aged young adults that focuses on career readiness and exploration.
711 South 21st Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 3:00pm
Follow Me Christian Child Care
Child Care Center
Child care provided to infants 6 weeks to age 12 before and after school hours and summer camp. Programs Offered * Full Time Weekly Care Weekly care for the supervision and nurturing of children ages six weeks through twelve years of age is offered. This program is available for infants through pre-schoolers (full-day), kindergartner, and school-age children (before/after school, summer camp, school holidays, and drop-in care). * Before/After School School-aged children (K-12 years of age) are offered a program that includes a nutritious snack and a planned program of activities which provide a change of pace between school and home. *Summer Camp Summer camp is offered for children during the regular summer season. Children completing kindergarten through the age of 12 are eligible to attend. Additional expenses for special activities and field trips are the responsibility of the parent and are included in the activity fee. * Part-Time Part-time students will be accepted on a limited basis. Part-time at a minimum is 3 days. Part-time must give set days of attendance. If your set day falls on a holiday, you are still required to pay for that day as does our full-time students. We do not exchange or substitute days for any reason. * Child Care Network/Child Care Information Services: Accepted! In cases where the ceiling rate (the amount CCN/CCIS/CAO pays) is less than the private rate (what ``Follow Me!'' charges), CCN/CCIS/CAO families will be expected to pay the difference included with their co-payment each week.
6003 Jonestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Eligibility: Call for details.
Franklin Institute Discovery Camp
Franklin Institute Discovery Camp
Summer Camp offers hands-on science exploration for children. Each two week sessions has a different science theme. See website for program themes. Other activities include Science Park, interactive playground, Imax theater, Planetarium, and 3D theater shows. Science shows are performed by Franklin Institute's own science professionals. Extended hours are available for an additional fee.
222 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Free Library of Philadelphia
Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer College Camp - Philadelphia City Institute
Weekly sessions include computer lab, field trips, games, career exploration, theater & creative dramatics, library skills enrichment, sports, and art projects.
1905 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
French Communication Institute
French Communication Institute - Educational and Recreational Program
9 week educational & recreational programs provide: - A unique blend of traditional and teen travel camps. - Adventure, discovery, increased self confidence, exposure to different cultures, fun and new friendships. - Classes to introduce, stimulate or improve camper’s skills in the following areas: French, Spanish, Computers, Theater, Art, Hip Hop Dance, Karate, Science & Biology, Reading, Math, Book Clubs, Scrapbooking, Ceramics, Nature Projects and French Cooking & Baking. - Athletics such as Basketball, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Baseball, Tennis, Football, Track & Field, Dodgeball and Kickball that is led by our skilled coaches and counselors. The proper level of competition allows every camper to be comfortable joining in while promoting teamwork & spirit. Every camper walks off the field or court with more friends and feeling better about him or herself. - Daily Field Trips, most with an educational focus, in and around Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Washington, DC. - Swimming: Campers ages 4 to 7 will visit the water-filled theme park Sesame Place. - Campers 8 to 14 will learn basic swim techniques at a pool. - Optional overnight adventures. Provides soccer, baseball, tennis, street hockey, volleyball, football, indoor swimming, ultimate Frisbee, basketball, French, Spanish, theater, computers, French cooking and baking, etiquette, dance, martial arts, science, photography, art, reading and homework help. Fee required.
2133 Arch Street
Lower Atrium
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Good Works
Good Works - Youth Work Camp
The Good Works work camp is designed to provide youth with a meaningful service experience. In addition to accomplishing much needed repairs on homes, they also interact daily with the homeowners and their neighbors and friends. It is a double-edged ministry - we minister to our homeowners with our work and fellowship and they minister right back to us with their sincerity and gratitude. Projects are chosen to provide sufficient work so that all participants will be meaningfully involved. Details Dates & Location The Summer Youth Work Camp is held every year in Coatesville, PA. The 2011 camp has openings available for the week of July 31- August 6. For Whom Students entering 9th through 12th grades. Cost $260 per person Registration A deposit of $50 per person is requested with the completed registration form. Any registrations received after 2/25/11 will be awarded on a space available basis. The deposit is nonrefundable. Final Payment After receiving your registration form, a packet will be sent with more detailed information. Your final balance is due on or before May 7, 2011. Adult Supervision Each youth group should provide at least one male and one female leader who stay overnight. If the group is three or more work crews, it is helpful for the youth group leader to be free to visit all groups and help where needed. The youth pastor/leader is required to stay overnight to oversee his/her group. Work Crew Size 6 - 10 people, including at least two adults Work Crew Leaders Each church will provide Work Crew Leaders for each of their crews. The WCL's job is to coordinate the repair work and bring the youth and homeowner's families together during the workday. Opportunities for church members to assist the youth during work camp If there are adults in the church with skills in general home repair who would like to help but cannot commit for the entire week, please invite them to join the youth during the day. The additional technical assistance is always welcome! Work Schedule Each work crew works at a home for the entire week (Monday-Friday), from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transportation Each work crew must have a vehicle to transport them and the tools needed to the worksite each day. Tools Some tools/equipment should be provided by each youth group for each of their work crews. A list will be sent to all Youth Leaders prior to the Work Camp. Good Works Support We provide building materials, dumpsters, trucks to transport the materials, and an expert technical staff for advice on the repairs. This staff is comprised of local carpenters and professional contractors who love the Lord. Each project may have a full-time advisor or share one with another crew, depending on the scope of the repairs to be done. Accommodations Groups sleep and eat at a local church. Breakfast and dinner are prepared by the Good Works cook. Groups are asked to help with meals by setting the table, cleaning up, and washing dishes. Bag lunches are prepared by the youth and taken to the worksite. At the end of each workday, the youth are given an opportunity to shower at the Brandywine YMCA. Evening Programs These programs are planned, organized, and supervised by the Good Works Staff. The discussions and activities have proven to be an important part of the total Work Camp experience. For more information, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Cathy Gilbert, or call 610-383-9247.
544 East Lincoln Hwy
Coatesville, PA 19320
Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA
Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA - The Arts Center
Dedicated to helping individuals discover the joy of making art. Offers a variety of classes and instruction in mediums of drawing, painting, jewlery and pottery. Offers programming for all ages.
35 South 5th Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm
Greater Wyoming Valley Area YMCA
Power Scholars Academy - YMCA Wilkes-Barre
Power Scholars Academy™ is an exciting, fun summer program that will keep your child learning and growing all summer. Power Scholars Academy™ is a 6-week summer learning program designed to help advance. For additional information contact: Jennifer Brennan, PSA YMCA Coordinator Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA 40 West Northampton Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 570-970-5041 students’ academic achievement through a full day of challenging math and reading instruction; fun arts, science, technology and engineering enrichment activities, community and career exploration; and a healthy breakfast and lunch. Children who successfully participate can expect a 1 to 3 month gain in math and reading over the summer. What Grades: Current PreK-4, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders When: Monday through Thursday from June 29th through August 6th Hours: 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Regular attendance throughout the program is expected and required. Cost: FREE! The cost of $1,200.00 for each student is funded entirely by grants and contributions from your local community. Location: Bear Creek Community Charter School 30 Charter School Way Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 Transportation: Transportation via will be provided at several bus stops through out the community. There may be a fee per child for bus service. Pick up and drop off by parent is highly encouraged. Staff: Trained, certified teachers and professionals teach in the program. The YMCA Power Scholars Academy™ stops summer learning loss and gets students ready for back to school success; giving them new tools to become confident students and opportunities to explore new places and possibilities. Open to current students in PreK– 4, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd,4th and 5th grades in the Wilkes-Barre Area School District, Hanover Area School District and Bear Creek Community Charter School. *Other applications outside these districts may be considered pending availability.*
40 West Northhampton Street
Wilkes Barre, PA 18701
Hours: Monday through Thursday from June 29th through August 6th Hours: 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.
Hanover Area YMCA Association
Hanover Area YMCA Association, Hanover Branch - Sports Camps and Summer Camp
  • Nature Camp
    • STEM Camp
    • Art Camp
    • Sports Skills Camp
    • CIT Camp Registration starts in February for Summer Opportunities
  • 500 North George Street
    Hanover, PA 17331
    Eligibility: Ages vary based on the type of camp. Please check out our website for more details or just call. We are happy to answer all your questions.
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9am to 4:30pm
  • Camp Hours vary
  • Hope United Presbyterian Church
    Happy Hollow at Hope Child Care
    Preschool, daycare, school-age summer camp
    931 Red Hill Road
    Dauphin, PA 17018
    Eligibility: Call for details
    Hours: Call for details
    Lancaster Bible College
    Lancaster Bible College
    Degree and Certificate Programs: - Bible, one-year certificate - Bible, two-year associate degree - Bible Ministry - Children and Family Ministry - Communication Program - Counseling, Professional - Education, Bible K-12 - Education, Health and Physical Education K-12 - Elementary Education/Early Level - Elementary Education/Middle Level - Elementary Education/Middle Level: English/LAN concentration - Elementary Education/Middle: Social Studies Concentration - Intercultural Studies - Music Performance Program: Composition - Music Performance Program: Instrumental - Music Performance Program: Musical Theatre - Music Performance Program: Pedagogy - Music Performance Program: Vocal - Pastoral Ministry - Pastoral Studies, pre-seminary - Social Work - Spiritual Formation and Discipleship - Sports Management ad Ministry - Student Ministry - Teaching English to Speakers of other languages (TESOL) - Women in Christian Ministries - Worship Arts Program Graduate Program: - Bible (MA Bible) - Consulting Resource Teach (M. Ed) - Doctor of Philosophy In Leadership (PhD) - Elementary School Guidance (M. Ed) - Leadership Studies (MA Ministry) - Marriage and Family Counseling (MA Counseling) - Mental Health Counseling (MA Counseling) - Pastoral Studies (MA Ministry) - Reading Specialist Certification K-12 - Secondary School Guidance (M. Ed Counseling) - Small Group Leadership (MA Ministry) Degree Completion (DC): A program for adults 25 years or older with 50 or more college credits, which enables them to complete a Bachelor of Science in Bible degree in just 20 months, meeting one night a week or online. Adults 25 or older can also start in an associate program meets one night a week or online and have the opportunity to earn a bachelor degree through the same format. Institute of Biblical Enrichment: A non-college credit program of education designed to provide enrichment for adults in various areas of Bible study, ministry skills, cultural, and historical studies. Graduate School: Four degrees are offered, Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Ministry and Master of Arts in Bible and Master of Education. Program schedule is designed to be convenient for part-time students who work full time.
    901 Eden Road
    Lancaster, PA 17601
    Eligibility: High School Graduate, profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Savior
    Hours: Office and Intake: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm; Program hours vary
    LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve
    LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve
    LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve is a volunteer-run facility that offers therapeutic outdoor programs for wounded veterans with all levels of disabilities. It provides a friendly handicap-accessible camp environment and therapeutic outdoor activities like hunting and fishing and offers recreational opportunities specifically geared to each wounded veterans' needs and abilities. Many of the participants in LEEK's program come to the Preserve directly from medical facilities throughout the U.S. where they have been recovering from serious injuries. Designed to provide a therapeutic outdoor experience as the wounded veteran's introduction back into an accepting and appreciative society.
    497 SR 244 East
    Oswayo, PA 16915
    Eligibility: Wounded veterans with all levels of disabilities.
    Hours: Call for information.
    LPGA Foundation
    Junior Golf Clinics - Summer Camp Program
    Conducts a four-week summer day camp at Freeway Golf Course in Sicklerville, NJ. The program structure is consistent with the Academic Year Program. Sliding scale fees. Scholarships are available for those who qualify on a first-come, first-serve basis. PGM also provides transportation, equipment, refreshments, t-shirts, and playing privileges for those who qualify.
    100 International Golf Dr
    Daytona Beach, FL 32124
    LPGA Foundation
    Junior Golf Clinics - Academic Year Program
    Program is structured to build the fundamental golf swing through teaching theory, application of theory and competitive play; beginning with the putt and building to the full swing. Sliding scale fees. Scholarships are available for those who qualify on a first-come, first-serve basis.
    100 International Golf Dr
    Daytona Beach, FL 32124
    Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center
    Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center - Camp Xtreme
    Summer math and science enrichment camp that helps to develop and maintain skills throughout the summer for children ages 7 to 14 years of age. The program is all inclusive with meals and trips.
    1101 Arch St.
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
    Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania - Summer Adventure Camp
    wildwonders Discover the nature in your neighborhood on Monday. Go on a bug safari, listen for birds in the woods and uncover animal hideaways! Use your senses and imagination to detect where these creatures live and how they survive. greenmachines From roots to shoots to seeds and weeds, we will learn all about the tree-mendous plants we can’t live without on Tuesday. Why are they green? How do they grow? Dissect a flower, make a terrarium and examine tree cookies! arboretumadventurers Gear up for an exploration on Thursday! Navigate your way through all ends of the Arboretum. Work as a team to follow clues, complete a scavenger hunt and solve a garden mystery. groovygardening Do pizza and bubble gum come from a plant? Spend Wednesday learning where our food comes from. Visit Bloomfield Farm, harvest summer vegetables and prepare a picnic. muddymadness Bring your rain boots on Friday and get ready for a wet and messy day digging in the dirt and exploring the Arboretum’s streams.
    100 East Northwestern Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19118
    Neighborhood Center of the United Methodist Church
    Summer Adventures
    Weekly field trips, swimming, arts and crafts, reading, writing, math and sports. Includes breakfast, lunch and snacks.
    1801 North Third Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17102
    Eligibility: Students in grades K5-6
    Hours: Monday throughFriday, 6:30am to 6:30pm
    North Light Community Center
    North Light Community Center - Teen Services
    USLA helps in-school youth build core 21st Century Skills including post-secondary enrollment and retention and proficiency in workplace competencies.
    175 Green Lane
    Philadelphia, PA 19127
    Eligibility: USLA: 11th grade, Low income required WIM: Female 13-18 years old YLC: 9TH thru 11TH grade SCEP: 16years old or 11th/12th grade
    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts - Summer Fundamentals Arts Camp
    Provides one week sessions. There are four different camp sessions to choose which include drawing, filmmaking, cartooning, sculpture, world fest, circus arts and more. Extended hours are available.
    118-128 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Pennsylvania National Guard - Child and Youth Program
    The Child and Youth Program implements and facilitates training/readiness programs for military youth. It also provides child and youth referral and resources to Service members and Families to reduce the challenges that arise from military service. Child and Youth Programs
    • Day and Overnight Camps
    • Family Camps
    • Military Child and Youth Resource Center
    • State and National Conference Opportunities
    • Summer Teen and Youth Camps
    • Volunteer Opportunities and Workshops
    • Weekend Camps
    • Baby Bundles
    Fort Indiantown Gap
    Building 7-36
    Annville, PA 17003
    Eligibility: Children of military parents.
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - Camps
    Offers a wide variety of cultural camps, overnight and day camps and sports and athletic camps in the Philadelphia region.
    1515 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    Hours: Please Call
    Philadelphia Zoo
    Philadelphia Zoo - Zoo Camps
    Philadelphia Zoo Summer Camp gives children the opportunity to learn and have fun with hands on games and activities around the Zoo. Full and half day camps available for 1-3 week programs throughout the summer months.
    3400 West Girard Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Pittsburgh Chess Club Summer Chess Camps
    Pittsburgh Chess Club
    Offers chess camps and classes year round at the Pittsburgh Chess Club, located in Squirrel Hill. Classes run in 6 week sets. The classes are primarily geared toward kids, but interested adults may also enroll. Summer camps offer kids a chance to get individualized attention in a small group setting from Chessmaster Jerry Meyers. Kids play games against each other and the Chessmaster. Camps run from mid-June to mid-August. Each week of camp is geared toward students of a specific play level.
    5604 Solway Street
    Suite 209
    Pittsburgh, PA 15217
    Hours: Beginner through Intermediate level classes are on Sunday afternoons. Advanced classes meet Monday evenings.
    Pittsburgh Project
    Pittsburgh Project Service Camps
    Get on the road and join us for an urban mission trip in Pittsburgh. Crazy cobblestone streets and soaring steel bridges connect neighborhoods dotted with elderly, isolated residents who need help now. Your group will spend a week to rebuild their homes. You'll bear witness to God's great love. And you'll see God in action throughout your visit. Each year, our Service Camps engage over 2500 participants during Summer, Alternative Spring Break, Weekend, and One-Day camps. We challenge participants to take on a worldview that is underpinned by Christlike servant leadership. Since our launch in 1985, we have deployed over 24,000 people from 35 states and four countries. Grades served: 9 - 12. Registration: Register your group by completing a form available on our website. Eligibility:We take groups of young people accompanied by adult 21+-leaders. Capacity:260 per week. Waiting List: Varies by week; please check our website for details. Cost:FEE$360.00. Program fees include all meals, housing, and construction materials.
    2801 North Charles Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15214
    Eligibility: Sessions are designated for certain audiences. Junior High means entering grades 7-8. Senior High means entering grades 9 through 12. Combined means entering grades 7 through 12, but no solely junior high groups. Adult/Family means adult-only groups, or families with children age 10 and older.
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - STEM Program
    Offer programs that enrich students on Science, Engineering, Art and Math through the use of Technology. Currently offering the following programs: Home School Students (Age 4 and Older) Preschool Students (Age 3 – 5) Elementary After School (Kindergarten – Fifth Grade)
    100 King Street
    Northumberland, PA 17857
    Hours: Library hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial
    Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial - Youth Programs
    Fleisher's classes for young people provide training and creative and cultural experiences for children ages five to eighteen. Sessions are designed to foster learning, encourage individual expression, and provide arts appreciation and skill development in a wide range of disciplines. Our youngest students focus on tactile projects that introduce a range of materials and concepts. Older students focus on skill development, individual choice, and in-depth study of specific media. Our instructors are experienced teaching professionals in the arts. Drawing and Painting (ages 5 to 13) Children develop creative thinking processes while exploring a variety of mediums and techniques. Formal elements of color and design are introduced at age-appropriate levels. Mixed Media (ages 5 to 10) Young people explore contemporary techniques and materials to create three- two-dimensional pieces combining painting, drawing and sculpture. Formal elements of color and design are introduced at age appropriate levels. Sculpture (ages 7 to 18) Three-dimensional work allows young artists to expand their understanding of artistic concepts and techniques. Printmaking (ages 10 to 18) Drawing skills are expanded and developed through intaglio and relief printmaking techniques of collagraph, etching, monotype, linoleum, and woodcut. Art Foundations (ages 14 to 18, or by teacher recommendation) This class will provide teens with the basic skills needed for advanced classes. Focusing on the elements of art and design, drawing skills (use of line value, contrast, form, volume, perspective, and compostion) will be developed through exercises in direct observation. Oil Painting (ages 14 to 18, prior enrollment in Art Foundations required) This class will focus on advanced techniques in drawing, composition, color mixing, and painting with oils. Students will complete at least three pieces for their portfolio. Digital Photography (ages 14 to 18) Students will develop their photographic eye, and make images that tell stories while capturing their own point of view. Students will learn basic editing, manipulation, and printing of images through Photoshop® Elements. Teens must provide their own digital camera. Silkscreen (ages 11 to 13) In this introduction to screen printing, students will learn both photo and hand-drawn methods of silkscreen printing. Young people will have the opportunity to translate their artwork into a series of prints on paper or t-shirts. Cambodian Classical Dance (ages 6 to adult) This class teaches the ancient dance forms once practiced exclusively for the royal court of Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Court dance teaches the ancient stories of gods, demons, and heroes, and the symbolic meaning of gestures, costumes, and masks. The class requires stretching and exercises in breathing and balance. Class is conducted both in English and Khmer. Membership required
    719 Catharine Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19147
    Sandy Cove Ministries & Conference Center
    Camp Sandy Cove
    Camp Sandy Cove is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian camp for boys and girls ages 7 to 15, dedicated to sharing the message of salvation through Jesus Christ, and helping young people develop a relationship with their Creator. Located twenty-five minutes west of Winchester, Virginia in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia, Camp Sandy Cove is proud of our tradition of offering "Christian Camping at its best."
    60 Sandy Cove Road
    Northeast, MD 21901
    Sewickley Academy
    Sewickley Academy Summer Programs
    Challenging and exciting enrichment programs in academics, the arts, and athletics. Features Chamber Music Camp, Performing Arts Camp, SAT Preparation, Geometry for Credit, pottery, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, creative play groups for early childhood, and seminars for all ages in writing, humanities, and mathematics. Half-day programs of one to six weeks run throughout the summer.
    315 Academy Avenue
    Sewickley, PA 15143
    Eligibility: Open to all, ages four years to adult. Age eligibility may vary by program.
    Shaare Shamayim-Beth Judah
    Shaare Shamayim-Beth Judah - Summer Camp
    The Cardonick Preschool and Kindergarten provides a summer camp program, which is staffed by experienced professionals in our air-conditioned, safe, and nurturing environment. This summertime experience is designed for children ages 18 months through 7 year olds. We provide a full service day camp with swimming, arts and crafts, music and motion, sports, pony rides, moon bouncing, carnival day, themed weeks, special guests, and trips. The camp is an 8-week program with a three-week minimum enrollment. Full or half day sessions are available. Early and late care is also available. A free hot lunch is served to all students enrolled through the lunch hour. All snacks are also provided. Our campers have a great summer having fun with their old friends; they make new friends, and create memories! Call for fee information.
    9768 Veree Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19115
    Shady Hollow Assisted Riding
    Summer Learning Program: Shady Hollow Assisted Riding - Mini Camp
    A camp is designed for the beginner rider with little to no previous riding experience. Camp agenda includes introduction to horsemanship: teaches proper grooming, tacking, Leading/Lunging, English and Western riding walk/trot. A craft and or game will be offered during the camp as well. Shady Hollow Assisted Riding provides a supportive equine environment where individuals with physical, cognitive and/or emotional challenges can experience therapeutic, social and educational rewards.
    959 East Main Street
    Birdsboro, PA 19508
    Eligibility: Camp is for kids ages, 5-7 years old. This camp is designed for the beginner rider with little to no previous riding experience.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm (June 17-21)
    Shady Hollow Assisted Riding
    Summer Learning Program: Shady Hollow Assisted Riding - Full Camp
    Camp to include riding lessons in both English and Western, leading, lunging, round pen, grooming, tacking, bathing, stall maintenance, health and wellness. They hope to squeeze in craft time, games, campfire and or trip to the pool. Shady Hollow Assisted Riding provides a supportive equine environment where individuals with physical, cognitive and/or emotional challenges can experience therapeutic, social and educational rewards.
    959 East Main Street
    Birdsboro, PA 19508
    Eligibility: Camp is 8-11 year olds, beginner to intermediate horse experience.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 3:30pm (June 24-28)
    Steel River Playhouse
    Steel River Playhouse - Summer Camp 2017 - Pottstown
    An education and performance facility supporting individual and community development through the performing arts. Featuring three 2 week full day camps.
    245 East High Street
    PO Box 1325
    Pottstown, PA 19464
    Hours: Please Call
    Stepping Stones for Life
    Stepping Stones for Life Special Interest Camp
    Offers residential or day camp facilities that provide opportunities for participants to develop their skills in a specific activity such as athletics, music or art.
    341 Black Snake Road
    Dysart, PA 16636
    Hours: 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, by appointment
    Streamside Camp and Conference Center
    Pathfinders Wilderness Adventure Camp
    Pathfinders is a 8-day backpacking, camping and canoeing adventure for those who are looking for an extreme summer camp experience. More than a wilderness trip, Pathfinders is designed to challenge you physically and spiritually. Your adventure begins with a time of preparation instructed by our experienced Pathfinders Guides. During this time, you will be lead through the process of packing everything your Pathfinders team will need to survive for six days in the wilderness. This training will also include proper canoeing techniques to ensure a fun and SAFE trip. The first part of your adventure will be hiking on the Appalachian Trail through Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mid-week, you will drop the packs and canoe (and swim) down the picturesque Delaware River for the remaining three days. Along the way, your Pathfinders team will enjoy the peace and beauty of God's creation, sleep under the stars at night, eat meals prepared over a campfire, and see wildlife in its natural environment. Each day your Guide will challenge you with a devotional from the Word of God. You will be encouraged to rise above the mediocre and win battles on the trail, river, and within yourself that you never thought you could overcome. Are you up to the challenge?
    303 Possinger Drive
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360
    Taller Puertorriqueno
    Taller Puertorriqueno - Summer Arts Camp
    Provides one six week session, with extended hours available. Theme is agriculture tied in with Latin jazz. There will be ceramics, cuatro & guitar, arts & crafts, recreation, live performances, field trips, and more. Breakfast and lunch included. Fee.
    2600 North 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    Temple University Ambler
    Temple University - Summer Education Camp - Ambler
    Summer Education Camp provides opportunity for children to learn about a specific area of interest, experience a college campus, and have fun. The camps are a fun-filled approach to academic subjects in a small group setting. Programs available include: - Web Site Design - Fun with Math - Science and Computers - Kids on Stage - Creative Arts and Writing - Robotics - Detective Science
    580 Meeting House Road
    West Hall Room 109
    Ambler, PA 19002
    Tennis for Kids, Inc.
    Tennis for Kids, Inc.
    Mission: The primary purpose of tennis for kids is to give children ages 8 to 16, from all walks of life, without regard to religion, sex, ethnic or national origin: the opportunity to learn, without financial cost, the fundamentals of tennis, a lifetime recreational activity; the opportunity for expanded social contact early in life, and the opportunity to fill often-empty hours, particularly summer hours, with a wholesome experience. Summer tennis program for children
    20 sites throughout York County
    (see webiste for specific locations)
    York, PA 17402
    Hours: Summer program: Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00am to 11:00am (5 weeks in June and July)
    The Donald L. Heiter Community Center
    The Donald L. Heiter Community Center - After School STEM Program
    **COVID-19 UPDATES** Phone only 570-542-5000. Currently available to provide homeschooling supplies, infant supplies, games, activities and craft supplies for children at home. Partnered with area professionals to provide a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program that will help elementary school students to learn critical thinking skills, problem solving, and the creative thought process. This program is open to all children in grades K-3rd. Each day the children will participate in hands on, learning activities that are age appropriate and designed to gain important science based knowledge. Offer two 10 week sessions throughout the academic year. One in the Fall and one in the Spring. Contact us for the next available session.
    100 North 5th Street
    Lewisburg, PA 17837
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7 am - 2pm
    Theatre Horizon
    Theatre Horizon - Education
    Education: One-third of Theatre Horizon’s mission is dedicated to arts education because we believe that through arts education, children are given tools to grow as individuals, creatively, and as a member of a team. Theatre Horizon focuses its education program on the idea that theatre is not just a discipline, it is a way of harboring creativity, ingenuity, and lessons for both inside and outside the theatre. We offer education programs for a variety of age groups with the goal of both having fun and encouraging children to grow. Summer Camps: Theatre Horizon offers summer drama camps to children aged 7 to 12 in Montgomery County. Using their bodies, voices and imaginations, students create characters and work with others to write and perform their own show. Students engage in a variety of theatrical exercises including character development, storytelling techniques, movement, vocalization, and games that encourage creativity and teamwork. A final performance for parents and friends on the last day gives young actors a chance to showcase their imaginative creations in full costume! After School Drama Program: Theatre Horizon is excited to bring after-school drama classes to area elementary schools! Classes run weekly throughout the 2010-2011 school year for roughly 18 sessions and are specially designed for elementary school students of all levels, from beginner to budding stars. The Program: Theatre Horizon will coordinate a weekly after school drama class in your elementary school. Students will learn acting techniques, participate in creative activities that encourage personal growth and teamwork, and work towards presenting a full-scale production of a play by the end of the semester! Building on the success of the Ithan Elementary School Drama Program, Theatre Horizon is expanding to include other area elementary schools. Classes are held in the school auditorium and taught by Theatre Horizon's staff of trained and certified drama teachers. Why A major element of Theatre Horizon's mission is arts education. We believe that through the arts, children are given tools to grow creatively, both as individuals and as a member of a team. Theatre Horizon focuses its education program on the idea that active participation in dramatic activities is a way of nurturing imagination, ingenuity, and a love of the arts. How can my school participate? If you are interested in having your school participate in Theatre Horizon's After-School Drama Program, please contact Michael McElroy at Michael@theatrehorizon.org or call (202) 299-6648 Autism Drama Outreach Program: Using a variety of dramatic techniques, Theatre Horizon has developed a drama program that strives to inspire imaginary play and encourage interest in human relationships, which are some of the key challenges in children with autism. Our Goals: - To inspire imagination and flexible thinking - To help children find their own voice - To teach social skills in a fun and positive way Our Approach: Our program is influenced by many different types of therapies and programs for children on the autism spectrum. Using core principles of the Son-Rise approach, floor-time therapy as well as modified and un-modified acting lessons and activities for children, we provide a program that supports and loves each individual child for who he or she is. We discover each child's unique and individual motivations and build off of them, encouraging relationships and creative play. We often create custom-made games that cross the child's motivations with our goals for them. Along with teaching the basics of drama, we incorporate principles of the three E's (energy, enthusiasm and excitement!), non-judgment, acceptance and tons of encouragement. We are mindful that the kids we work with are kids! Therefore we try to be silly, fun and interesting to watch. We are the child's very active, energetic and imaginative play partner. Our underlying goal is to help the students feel good about themselves while engaging in dramatic play with an accepting and encouraging friend. Links to other Resources: The Autism Treatment Center of America, is the worldwide teaching center for The Son-Rise Program(R), a powerful and effective treatment for children and adults challenged by Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), Asperger's Syndrome, and other developmental difficulties. The Son-Rise Program was originated in 1974 by parents, Barry Neil Kaufman (best-selling author, Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues) and Samahria Lyte Kaufman for their son. The treatment and educational model has changed the way children with Autism are helped worldwide. All Son-Rise Programs are designed especially for parents to teach parents how to effectively help and work with their children.
    401 DeKalb St
    Norristown, PA 19401
    United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Illumination Youth Arts - United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    COVID-19 Update: Program temporarily closed. Program focuses on teaching at-risk children and teens artistic skills in a variety of disciplines to help them explore their life experiences and build confidence. All programming is offered at no charge, primarily at UNC's Oppenheim Center for the Arts in Scranton, which is fully equipped with studio space for each artistic discipline. Transportation is available and dinner is also served on weeknights. Classes usually take place in the evening and focus on six arts disciplines: photography, theatre, dance, pottery, visual arts, and podcasting.
    531 Emmett Street
    Scranton, PA 18505
    Work To Ride
    Work To Ride - Summer Camp
    Our summer camp is for all horse loving children between the ages of 5 and 15 who want to learn everything there is to know about horses and how to ride. We offer an extensive foundation in horseback riding and care in a fun and safe environment. Campers learn about safety, teamwork, responsibility, animal husbandry, barn management, equine nutrition and animal behavior. On Fridays, parents are invited to watch their kids participate in games on horseback. "Little Kids Camp" - For the young horse enthusiasts, Ages 5-7. "Seasoned Riders Camp" - To participate, riders must have permission from the program director. This camp offers the chance to explore different aspects of the horse world. The camp will include three classes at the Bucks County Horse Show, horse rental and trailering. "Polo Camp" - AM Session will be open to riders that currently play polo. The focus will be on arena team strategy, field positioning, offensive and defensive strategies, penalties and conversion, and riding. PM session for riders that can walk and trot comfortably under control and want to learn about arena polo. In this session students will learn polo basics, riding, hitting, equipment, rules and safety. Students must be 8 years old and up.
    98 Chamounix Dr.
    Philadelphia, PA 19131
    YMCA - Warren County
    YMCA - Warren County
    Provides preschool programs and afterschool programs. Childwatch, summer day care, and character club are included.
    212 Lexington Avenue
    Warren, PA 16365
    Eligibility: Call or visit website for more information.
    Hours: COVID-19 reopening: Monday through Friday, 5:00am to 7:00pm Call or visit website for more information.
    YMCA of Franklin & Grove City, Franklin YMCA
    Franklin YMCA - Soccer Camp (Summer-time/seasonal)
    Soccer camp running in June.
    111 West Park Street
    Franklin, PA 16323
    Eligibility: Call for more information.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    YMCA of Franklin & Grove City, Franklin YMCA
    Franklin YMCA - Sports Camp (Summer-time/seasonal)
    General sports camp running in June and July.
    111 West Park Street
    Franklin, PA 16323
    Hours: Call for more information.
    YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp
    Wonderful times await you at Deer Valley YMCA Camp. Nestled in southern Somerset County at the base of Mount Davis, Pennsylvania's highest point, Deer Valley is a beautiful tradition that's brought families and friends together since 1957. Operated by the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    254 Deer Valley Drive
    Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp
    Fort Hill, PA 15540
    YMCA of the USA
    YMCA Itty Bitty Sports Camps- Bradford County
    A 4-week program run seasonally that teaches the fundamentals of basketball, soccer, tumbling, and T-ball.
    9 College Avenue
    Towanda, PA 18848
    Eligibility: Ages 3 - 5
    Hours: Monday through Thursday 5:45 am to 9:00 pm, Friday 5:45 am to 7:30 pm, Saturday 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, Sunday Noon to 4:00 pm
    YWCA Westmoreland County
    YWCA of Westmoreland County - Community Benefit Programs
    Provides early childhood education and child care, social and economic justice advocacy, adult continuing education, racial justice, technology education and programs, health and wellness programs, adult Literacy and ESL programs and economic justice programs (like our Thrift Shop and PA Workwear).
    424 North Main Street
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    Eligibility: Each program varies
    Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Allegheny County Camp Cadet
    Allegheny County Camp Cadet
    Allison Hill Community Ministry
    Summer Celebration Day Camp
    Alternative Community Resource Program, Inc.
    Alternative Community Resource Program - Summer Treatment Program
    American Diabetes Association
    American Diabetes Association - Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp
    American Diabetes Association
    American Diabetes Association Pittsburgh
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Music Camp - Archbishop Ryan High School
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Percussion Camp - Father Judge High School
    Belmont Theatre
    Belmont Theatre
    Boy Scouts of America, New Birth of Freedom Council
    Hidden Valley Scout Reservation
    Boys & Girls Club of Harrisburg
    Angino Boys & Girls Club - Day Camp
    Boys & Girls Club of Harrisburg
    John Hall Boys & Girls Club - Day Camp
    Cambria County Camp Cadet
    Cambria County Camp Cadet
    Camp Dreamcatcher
    Camp Dreamcatcher - Therapeutic and Educational Camp Session
    Camp Hebron, Inc.
    Camp Hebron, Inc.
    Carlow University
    Carlow University - Summer Science Nation
    Carnegie Science Center
    Carnegie Summer Science Camps
    Chambersburg Memorial YMCA
    Specialty Sports Camps
    Christian Residential Opportunities and Social Services (CROSS Inc.)
    Camping
    Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)
    CAPPA Summer Youth Basketball/ Gang Prevention Workshops
    Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center
    Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Camp Malchus for Boys
    County Corrections Gospel Mission
    County Corrections Gospel Mission - Camp at Old Mill
    Covenant Academy
    Covenant Academy - Summer Camp
    Cranberry Township Community Development
    Cranberry Township - Camp Cranberry
    DreamWrights Center for Community Arts
    DreamWrights Center for Community Arts
    Elizabethtown College
    Elizabethtown College
    Evolve Coaching
    Evolve Coaching - Arts for Autism
    Follow Me Christian Child Care
    Child Care Center
    Franklin Institute Discovery Camp
    Franklin Institute Discovery Camp
    Free Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer College Camp - Philadelphia City Institute
    French Communication Institute
    French Communication Institute - Educational and Recreational Program
    Good Works
    Good Works - Youth Work Camp
    Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA
    Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA - The Arts Center
    Greater Wyoming Valley Area YMCA
    Power Scholars Academy - YMCA Wilkes-Barre
    Hanover Area YMCA Association
    Hanover Area YMCA Association, Hanover Branch - Sports Camps and Summer Camp
    Hope United Presbyterian Church
    Happy Hollow at Hope Child Care
    Lancaster Bible College
    Lancaster Bible College
    LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve
    LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve
    Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center
    Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center - Camp Xtreme
    Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
    Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania - Summer Adventure Camp
    Neighborhood Center of the United Methodist Church
    Summer Adventures
    North Light Community Center
    North Light Community Center - Teen Services
    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts - Summer Fundamentals Arts Camp
    Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Pennsylvania National Guard - Child and Youth Program
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - Camps
    Philadelphia Zoo
    Philadelphia Zoo - Zoo Camps
    Pittsburgh Chess Club Summer Chess Camps
    Pittsburgh Chess Club
    Pittsburgh Project
    Pittsburgh Project Service Camps
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - STEM Program
    Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial
    Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial - Youth Programs
    Sewickley Academy
    Sewickley Academy Summer Programs
    Shaare Shamayim-Beth Judah
    Shaare Shamayim-Beth Judah - Summer Camp
    Shady Hollow Assisted Riding
    Summer Learning Program: Shady Hollow Assisted Riding - Mini Camp
    Steel River Playhouse
    Steel River Playhouse - Summer Camp 2017 - Pottstown
    Stepping Stones for Life
    Stepping Stones for Life Special Interest Camp
    Streamside Camp and Conference Center
    Pathfinders Wilderness Adventure Camp
    Taller Puertorriqueno
    Taller Puertorriqueno - Summer Arts Camp
    Temple University Ambler
    Temple University - Summer Education Camp - Ambler
    Tennis for Kids, Inc.
    Tennis for Kids, Inc.
    The Donald L. Heiter Community Center
    The Donald L. Heiter Community Center - After School STEM Program
    Theatre Horizon
    Theatre Horizon - Education
    United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Illumination Youth Arts - United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Work To Ride
    Work To Ride - Summer Camp
    YMCA - Warren County
    YMCA - Warren County
    YMCA of Franklin & Grove City, Franklin YMCA
    Franklin YMCA - Soccer Camp (Summer-time/seasonal)
    YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp
    YMCA of the USA
    YMCA Itty Bitty Sports Camps- Bradford County
    YWCA Westmoreland County
    YWCA of Westmoreland County - Community Benefit Programs
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