The United Nations Association of Greater Boston's Summer Institute in Global Leadership orchestrates a comprehensive week-long Model UN program, welcoming students from various locations to collaboratively confront global issues. Throughout this intensive week, participants delve into the week's theme, exploring key topics intertwined with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The program offers a multifaceted approach. Students engage in public speaking exercises and negotiation activities, refining their abilities to articulate and negotiate on pressing global concerns. Moreover, they have the unique opportunity to interact with expert guest speakers, gaining insights and perspectives from seasoned individuals in the field.
The core essence lies in hands-on experience; students navigate complex global issues collaboratively, simulating the roles of diplomats within Model UN simulations. This immersive approach allows for practical application of knowledge and skills, fostering a deeper understanding of diplomacy, negotiation, and the intricate mechanisms involved in addressing global challenges.
The week serves as a platform for students to not only absorb information but to actively participate, absorb, and apply their learning, emerging with a more profound comprehension of global dynamics and the role of collaborative problem-solving in a diplomatic context.
Guild Hall Learning is renowned as the premier makerspace destination for young learners.
Their summer camps are designed to offer a unique and enriching experience, combining hands-on learning with boundless creative exploration. From exciting robotics challenges to inspiring art projects and everything in between, their diverse range of themes ensures that every child finds something that sparks their interest.
Join them this summer and watch your child embark on a journey of discovery, creativity, and personal growth that will leave them with lifelong skills and unforgettable memories.
The Story School brings stories to life and transforms campers into heroes with their live-action role-play fantasy adventure camps. Located in the beautiful woods on Prindle Pond in Charlton, Massachusetts, campers become heroes in an interactive LARP game that reacts to their choices.
The Story School prides itself on using curiosity-based learning inspiring campers to creatively utilize their academic-led STEM skills to solve challenges and level-up their characters. Campers will explore their world of magic, history, and monsters by day and as the sun sets, enjoy getting to know friends over games, crafts, and dorm activities.
Story School families know their camper will feel safe, expand their STEAM and interpersonal skills, and return a more confident and empowered version of themselves. The Story School is inclusive of all campers and proud to serve a large number of neuro-diverse and LGBTQ+ students.
Join them for one or all seven weeks of their camps this summer! All campers are welcome from ages 8-18 years old. Camp sessions begin June 28th, 2023
The importance of summer learning cannot be overstated. Imajine That knows how important bridging the summer learning gap is, and they have created a wonderful solution to imaginative summer learning! Don't miss their booth at the Boston Camp Fair in February!
Imajine That has a Summer Academy for students in K-6th grade. They are a licensed program from the Department of Early Education and Care. They pride themselves in having the ability to support the families' and students' needs by offering skill-based learning that is fun and engaging.
Imajine That Summer Academy implements a hands-on interactive curriculum to support not only the students' academic skills, but also their socio-emotional development as well. Their curriculum integrates a comprehensive approach leveraging sciences from WGBH, Kinder Robotics, Math and Movement, and Mind in the making.
Learn more about Imajine That's summer program from their representatives at the Boston Camp Fair!
This blog is written by Abby Barber, owner of Barber Events and the Boston Camp Fair.