Indiana Youth Programs on Campus (IYPC) Camps
Ball State University is partnering with the Eli Lilly Foundation to host a series of summer camps on our beautiful, state-of-the-art campus. This partnership makes it possible to host students with diverse backgrounds at no cost to the families to give students an opportunity to gain leadership skills, relationship building, and live on campus for a week. Each camp builds on academic topics from each college's expertise and offer sessions in career exploration, college preparation, understanding the value of college education, and exploring co-curricular activities on a college campus. Click each camp offering below to learn more, apply, and have the best week ever with us at Ball State!
For more information about IYPC camps at Ball State, contact McKenna Crews at 765-285-5685 or email@example.com.
Rising high school juniors and seniors interested in becoming teachers are invited to join Ball State Teachers College for summer camp to gain valuable experience and build leadership skills while living in a residence hall on the beautiful Ball State University campus. Participate in campus activities, eat in the dining halls, and serve as a junior counselor at Summer Learning Fun at Camp Adventure.
The College of Communication, Information, and Media is excited to offer FREE grant-funded residential summer workshops for middle and high school students. These workshops provide students an opportunity to explore college and career paths within the media and esports fields. Through a competitive application process, selected participants will stay overnight in a Ball State residence hall with all meals, drinks and snacks included. Students will participate in hands-on activities, learn new skills and partake in a variety of fun and engaging university programs introducing them to college and career paths within the media and esports fields!
The Club MEDIC Summer Experience will allow students to explore their interests in health careers. This week-long camp will allow students (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors) to experience campus while getting a step ahead on their path to working in health care.