Summer Programs Iinformation
CBNERR and VIMS conduct multi-day programs during the summer for students going into grades 1-8. These hands-on camps will enable students to learn about the Chesapeake Bay and are tailored to meet the learning stages of each age group. Camps are free, thanks to support from an anonymous private donor and the Ronald West Family Foundation. Camps cover themes such as wetlands, environmental stewardship, and general Chesapeake Bay exploration.
2018 Summer Camp
Applications for 2018 camps are now closed. Please check back for the 2019 camp information, which will be posted on March 1, 2019.
2018 camp dates are listed below, and more information about each camp is listed on our flyer.
Junior Counselors (rising 9th Grade and above) - **Note: Junior Counselor positions are very limited (8 positions). Students selected as Junior Counselors will volunteer for one full week of summer camp, assisting education staff with activities. Junior Counselors apply for positions, and may be asked to interview in person as part of round two applications.
The following is a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not answered in the FAQ's, please contact the NERRS Education Coordinator with any questions about the summer programs.Sarah McGuire Nuss
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