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LVC Offers More Summer Camps to Choose from Than Ever Before
05.15.14 |
Lebanon Valley College now provides more opportunities than ever for children and youth to get involved with activities they love. Coaches, instructors, students, and volunteers offer a myriad of high impact summer camp programs for interested youth. Program information, costs, and registration information is available at

The Summer Scholars Program in Actuarial Science is a week-long intensive program for rising high school seniors specifically designed to help them decide if they're interested in actuarial work. Students will receive an authentic experience that features interaction with working actuaries, and an introduction to relevant software and content. This program runs from June 23-27.

Two sessions will be offered for the Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp, June 22-27 and July 6-11. Campers will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry, and medical ethics through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations. This camp provides students with a window into the scientific basics of human health, but also offers them a glimpse into college life through engaging and challenging academic experience. There is no formal application deadline, but applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. It is advised that applications be submitted as soon as possible; when the camp is full, registration will close.

Junior and senior high students can sign up for a fun and exciting week of musical exploration. Students will learn from professional music faculty at a college known for its programs in music, music education, music business, and music recording technology. The 28th Annual Summer Music and Theater Camp will take place from July 6-11. Registration is available until June 15.

LVC Field hockey coach Carol Miller instructs day camps for players that want to enhance their skill set. Senior day camp for those in grades 6 to 12 will take place June 23-27. Junior day camp runs from June 23-27 and is open to those in grades 1 to 5. Advanced overnight camp takes place from July 9-11 and is open to those from grades 9 to 12, including college freshmen. Contact coach Miller at 717-867-6268 or for more information.

LVC Football coach Jim Monos was the 2013 MAC Coach of the Year. He will be instructing a camp for serious football players who have completed eighth grade but have not yet graduated from high school. Camps will be held July 13-16 and July 20-23. Sign up at

Men's soccer coach, Charlie Grimes, and women's soccer coach, Lauren Salerno, will direct the soccer camps. Boys and girls day camp for ages 7 to 14 will take place June 16-20. Junior Dutchmen camp for boys and girls age 4 to 6 will run from June 16-20. Boys and girls evening camp for ages 4 to 14, will take place on June 16-19. Finally, Advanced ID camp for boys and girls entering grades 9-12 and college bound freshmen will run from June 20-22. Pre-register

Volleyball summer clinics will be available June 16, 17, 18, 19. Each session is from 6-9 p.m. It is open to girls entering ninth grade and above. For more details, contact coach Wayne Perry at

Boys and girls lacrosse will have their choice of an evening (June 23-26) or overnight (July 6-9) camp. for registration information and additional camp details.

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