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Camps and Youth Programs

Create. Explore. LEARN.

Developed for Students in Grades 2-12

Green Bay | Manitowoc | Marinette | Sheboygan | Online


2023 Camp Information Coming Soon!​


Oneida logoProgramming for Oneida Nation Youth

Participate in one or more of UW-Green Bay’s Youth Programming opportunities, FREE OF CHARGE. Match your interests and your dreams with the camp or program that is right for you. See more than one experience that you like? Register for multiple camps or programs that fit your interests and your schedule! Costs of programming covered by Oneida Nation state funding.

YOU MUST BE AN ONEIDA NATION MEMBER TO SIGN UP FOR THESE PROGRAMMING OPPORTUNITIES.


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Ongoing Camps

 

Simply Coding

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ONLINE
Enjoy on your own schedule and time!

Grades: 5-12
Cost: $99
Register Now

If you have ever wanted to develop your own website, create Minecraft mods or work with JavaScript, Java and Python, this self-paced course is for you! With UW-Green Bay and Simply Coding, you can:

  • Advance through multiple levels of coding courses 
  • Learn at your own pace through self-directed lessons
  • Create a custom online portfolio of work
  • Live-chat and screen-share instructor help Mon - Fri
  • No prior coding experience required; written specifically for Ages 11+.
  • 24/7 online access to all the lessons for one full year from date of enrollment
DPI logoWisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) offers financial need-based scholarships on a first come, first served basis to eligible students for select camps. See specific camp pages for more information. 
  Gear Up logoUW-Green Bay has partnered with DPI to provide educational opportunities to students in grades 6-12 at target schools.

  • Ashland
  • Bayfield
  • Green Bay
  • Milwaukee
  • Racine
  • Shawano
  • Sheboygan
  • Wausau

 

Questions

If you have questions about youth camp registration or payment please contact us at 920-465-2775 or camps@uwgb.edu.

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