MILLIGAN UNIVERSITY, Tenn. (April 27, 2022) — This summer, high school students can build a rocket, write and produce a short-film, program a computer and earn CPR certification—all at Milligan’s Summer Day Camps, offered in June and July. A discount is available for registration prior to June 1.
Camps are offered in engineering, nursing, computer science, ministry leadership, occupational therapy and digital media. Students are taught skills and techniques in their field of interest.
“Milligan Summer Camps offer teens incredible opportunities to learn from experienced faculty and be mentored by Milligan student counselors, who are respected by their peers and faculty,” said Marty Riley, Director of Admissions. “Our summer camps provide high school students with a diverse array of academic offerings from which they can explore future college majors and career paths.”
Nursing camp will be held June 13-15. Students will learn from Milligan’s experienced nursing faculty, develop hands-on skills used by registered nurses every day, earn their CPR certification, tour area health care agencies and more.
Engineering camp will be June 20-24. Students will explore the worlds of mechanical and electrical engineering with Milligan’s engineering faculty, whose experience includes NASA, West Point and the United Nations. Students will participate in friendly competitions, including creating high-pressure water-rockets and building wooden bridges.
Ministry leadership camp will be June 20-24. Based upon Milligan’s innovative Ministry Leadership Program, this camp will build a student’s knowledge, skill, experiences, community and character. Students will find the camp to be challenging, fun and supportive as they consider ministry in the 21st century church.
Computer science camp will be July 11-14. Students will learn how to program a microprocessor, gain important team building skills and create their own Python programming code.
Digital media camp will be July 11-15. Students will gain hands-on experience in the foundational elements of digital media, including digital photography, digital video filmmaking, motion graphics and graphic design.
Occupational therapy camp will be July 14-15.Students will engage in hands-on occupational therapy activities in a relaxed, no-fail environment. Students will design a game for people of varying abilities, make a piece of assistive technology and learn about the tools and equipment used by occupational therapy professionals every day.