Featured Summer Camps

Participants in the Youth Leadership Form enjoy a ride on a pedal boat

Alabama Youth Leadership Forum

June 2-6, 2019
High School Juniors and Seniors
Registration for this camp is closed

The inaugural Alabama Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) was held on the campus of Troy University in June 1999. YLF is an innovative, intensive, five-day career leadership training program for high school juniors and seniors with disabilities. These students come to the Youth Leadership Forum from throughout Alabama. As part of the Forum, delegates attend sessions on self-advocacy, independent living, career exploration, healthcare transitioning, and assistive technology.  Delegates travel to the State Capitol where they meet with State Legislators and the Governor.  Delegates attend a Mentor Luncheon where each delegate is paired with an adult with a disability (typically similar to his/her own).  This luncheon creates the opportunity to discuss the delegates’ goals and challenges with individuals who can best understand the challenges faced by those delegates. The luncheon typically is keynoted by an achieving disabled individual, providing further encouragement and counsel to the delegates. During the week, there are opportunities for socializing as well as leadership activities for the delegates. The program provides delegates with the tools and information needed for their success as they return to their homes, schools and communities to face challenges that may arise, know they can become employed, live independently and be successful contributing adults in society.
Participants in the The Greater Alabama Black Belt Regional Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation STEM Summer Academy work in the lab.

The Greater Alabama Black Belt Regional Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation STEM Summer Academy

June 3-7, 2019
Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

千蠃官网国际网址Troy University is offering a free weeklong summer program intended to increase the number of minority students pursuing science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) degrees as part of the Greater Alabama Black Belt Region Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (GABBR LSAMP), a scholarship program of the National Science Foundation. The program requires that these students be from one of the following minority groups:  African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, or Native Pacific Islanders.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, and have recommendations from a STEM teacher and a school counselor. 

千蠃官网国际网址The ten selected students will spend one week at Troy University where they will stay in a residence hall, take academic classes, and engage in other activities intended to prepare them for pursuing a STEM degree.  Housing and food will be provided at no cost. 

Should these students later enroll at Troy University, they will be considered for one of our LSAMP scholarships. 

The GABBR Alliance is made up of eight institutions from the Black Belt region. 

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1712692.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
Architects of Change participant gives a thumbs up

Architects of Change

June 10-14
Upcoming 6th -12th Grades

The Rosa Parks Museum’s annual educational summer day camp, "Architects of Change," is open to all Montgomery-area middle and high school students who will be entering grades 6-12 during the 2019-2020 school year. The mission of the camp is to share the techniques of non-violent conflict resolution used by Mrs. Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other leaders of the early Civil Rights Movement. Our goal is to connect past struggles in the quest for equal rights to social justice struggles that continue today. Registration deadline has been extended to May 31.

Family participates in BRIDGE’s Recipe for Success:  Literacy, Health, and Community

BRIDGE’s Recipe for Success:  Literacy, Health, and Community

June 17 – 28, 2019
Two Week Program; Two Hours Daily; Morning Hours
Senior Adults and Youth
Hurtsboro, AL. Community Center

BRIDGE (Building Relationships In Diverse Generational E千蠃官网国际网址nvironments) will focus on 30 students who are rising fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students and 30 senior adults.  The program is designed to mend gaps between seniors and youth, using literacy as the element of collaboration, and extending values, empathy, and compassion through instructional support by practicing reading, writing, interviewing, and technology skills. Seniors will share a wealth of knowledge from their life experiences by offering mentoring to the youth that should extend beyond the project.  BRIDGE will provide skill enhancement of literacy and encourage a natural love of reading and writing. As the project title mentions, the students will also focus on aspects of health and community. Professors in Troy’s School of Nursing will visit with the participants to discuss areas of health such as nutrition and exercise.  Opportunities are also planned with other health related community professionals.  The BRIDGE program is sponsored in part by a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.

Registration continues until the sessions begin on June 17th.
Several participants of Camp Success

Camp Success

June 23-29, 2019
High School Rising Juniors and Seniors
Registration for this camp is closed

Camp Success is a camp designed for rising Juniors and Seniors that are Deaf/Hard of Hearing and who plan to enter a two or four year academic program. Camp Success is a week-long program that provides students with valuable tools such as budgeting, advocating for accessibility, and overall preparation for college life. Students participate in a wide variety of activities throughout the week and are able to experience college life first-hand. Participation is limited to current consumers of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. Camp Success is a partnership between Troy University and the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services.
Participants in the Kids at College STEM camp build pizza box ovens.

Powering Up with STEM

July 8 – 12, 2019
Upcoming 3rd-8th Grades
Registration For This Camp Is Closed

Powering Up with STEM is part of TROY’s Kids at College program.  This year’s camp titled Where Does Your Energy Come From? is designed for rising 3rd to 8th graders.  Directors Jessica Moran and Sharon Bales will oversee the camp sessions which include engineering design, coding, robotics, and American Sign Language.  Campers will design and create models of their own future cities to be presented on the last camp day. Camp sponsors include South Alabama Electric Cooperative, Wiregrass RC and D, John Weis/NASA Educator, Troy University College of Education.  Although the camp is currently filled, community youth can participate in science activities/STEM challenges at Charles Henderson Health Care Center from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the following dates: June 18th and 25th and July 16th and 19th.

Other Camps

College of Communication and Fine Arts

  • Trojan Art Day
  • Day of Dance
  • Trumbauer Theatre Festival
  • J - Day
  • Troy University Band Day - September 14, 2019
  • Southeastern United States Honor Band - HS
  • Southeastern States Marching Festival - October 5, 2019
  • Troy University Jazz Showcase
  • Southeastern United States Honor Choir
  • Troy University Vocal Jazz Festival
  • Troy University Flute Day
  • Wicksburg HS/Symphonic Band Joint Concert
  • Homeschool Band/Symphonic Band Joint Concert
  • Southeastern United States Honor Band - MS
  • Pike County Honor Band
  • Guitar Festival
  • MIC Check
  • Clarinet Day
  • Montgomery Area Homeschool Band
  • Phenix City/Columbus Homeschool Band
  • Troy Tuesdays - Jazz Band
  • Troy Tuesdays - Pied Pipers
  • Troy Tuesdays - POPulus

College of Health and Human Services

  • Homeschool Physical Education
  • The Beat Goes On
  • Perceptual-Motor Development Program

College of Education

  • Kids at College Powering Up with STEM - July 8-12
  • Future Teacher Summit
  • 2019 Troy University BEST Robotics

College of Arts and Sciences

  • Hackathon
  • Mathsketball
  • State Math Exam
  • Mathfest
  • Model UN Conference
  • GeoDay
  • Earth Day Event


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