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Camps at FIU ready to host summer fun
The "She Builds" summer camp invites girls to learn about the most innovative tools and techniques in construction management.

Camps at FIU ready to host summer fun

June 22, 2021 at 2:00pm

Searching for a place to keep your child entertained over the summer? Look no further than FIU. The university has several summer camp offerings that parents and guardians can sign up for now. Check out our programs below.

Act! Sing! Dance! FIU Theatre Summer Camp

This summer at FIU Theatre's camp, children will have an opportunity to develop valuable social skills, boost their confidence and explore their creative side. 

In the mornings, campers will participate in theatre classes focusing on storytelling, voice, movement, music and improvisation. In the afternoons, they will put all of the elements together to create, rehearse and perform their original self-written play. On the final day of camp, they will present to family and friends.

The camp is open to all children ages 6-13 with no previous acting or theatre experience necessary. It runs weekdays, July 12 through July 30 on FIU’s main campus. The total cost is $550.

For more information, check out the camp's website.

Journalism Jumpstart - Finding the Journalist Within

Calling all Miami-Dade and Broward County high school students who enjoy writing! This three-week camp at FIU's Biscayne Bay Campus invites young writers to hone their journalism skills. Attendees will get to:

  • Work with a writing coach and professional journalists.
  • Conduct interviews with practitioners and professionals.

Top “Rising Starts” will be entered in a Dow Jones News Fund scholarship contest.

The camp runs Monday through Friday from 1-5 p.m. from June 21 to July 12. Students can sign up even though the deadline has passed. Free lunch is provided.

For more information, check out the camp's website.

She Builds Summer Camp

The College of Engineering's Moss Department of Construction Management will be hosting its "She Builds Summer Camp" from August 4 through August 6. The primary focus of the camp is to introduce high-school-aged young women in South Florida to the diverse and exciting career field of construction management.

The camp schedule includes hands-on activities, industry guest speakers and close-up experience with innovative technology.

The cost of the camp is free. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, July 6.

To apply, please visit the camp's website. For further questions, please contact, camp coordinator Natasha Wedderburn at

College of Arts, Sciences & Education

Kids of all ages—from Kindergarten to 12th grade—are invited to participate in a variety of fun activities with CASE this summer. The college has eight different camps and programs. Activities range from kayaking in Biscayne Bay to learning about forensic science from crime scene investigation experts. CASE also offers programs designed for children with ADHD and related challenges. For more information on the college's camps, check out the college's website.

Virtual Math Boot Camp

Students in grades 6th through 12th are invited to learn algebra, geometry and pre-calculus with the College of Arts, Sciences & Education this summer. The camp meets in small sessions on Zoom and runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $150 for a three-day session.

Register for Virtual Math Boot Camp or contact us at for more information.