Summer camps, professional development, for-credit courses and more: Northern Michigan University offers opportunities in the summer for all ages. Programs information and details about other opportunities for summer 2015 are listed below.
For-credit classes: The 2015 summer course list can be found at www.nmu.edu/records. There are two summer sessions: Session I starts May 18 and session II starts June 29.
Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD): Northern's office of CEWD is always offering opportunities for workforce, professional and personal development. The types of classes range from appraisal classes to bus driver certification. See the full list of classes on the CEWD training calendar.
Action in Education for K12 teachers: This two-day course is available for 1 university credit hour or 25 SCECHs. Learn more.
Sports camps: Northern offers sports camps throughout the year, including many in the summer. Sports include girl's and boy's basketball, football, hockey, soccer, swim and dive, and volleyball. Sports camps website
Environmental science camp: High school students are invited to join us to explore the scenic vistas and natural resources of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula! Students will experience first hand how scientists incorporate technology and field experiences to study the changing environment. This year, camp will take place from Sunday, July 26 - Saturday, August 1, 2015. Register online | Program details
Other Michigan Camp: Social and Cultural Change in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This program introduces high school students to "The Other Michigan," the rural Upper Peninsula. Discover about the wonders and complexities of the Upper Peninsula in this one-week camp taught by Northern Michigan University faculty members. The camp runs July 26 - August 1, 2015. Register online | Program details
Project-Based Jacobetti Summer Camps: The Continuing Education office is offering seven summer camps for high school students in topics including cosmetology, welding, building technology, CSI, culinary arts, bicycle repair and maintenance, and small engines. The camps are one day and run July 13-16. Registration details | Program details
Science, math and technology camps: The Seaborg Mathematics and Science Center offers the summer college for kids, which is an opportunity for kids in K-8 to engage in hands-on, fun learning. A full list of programs can be found on the Seaborg Center website.
More opportunities: The Seaborg Center is always offering opportunities for learning, with programs like the cyber security camp and Upward Bound. See the full list of student programs for details.
In Marquette and looking for other things to do? Visit our Summer in Marquette Pinterest board for ideas on how to enjoy the sunny days.