Camp Information

Camp Information

After Camp Programs

4-H

4-H

4-H provides after school program for our PALS campers by having a once a week meeting during the fall and spring at area elementary schools. This is funded by Children Youth and Families at Risk federal grant (CYFAR) totaling $725,000.  PALS is currently in year 3 of this 5 year grant. Activities include: archery, first aid, trust falls, Water Windmill Challenge, creating fleece blankets, photography and dance videos to name a few.

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Women In Engineering

Access Engineering (Women In Engineering)

Access Engineering (AE) partners with local summer programs (K-8th grade residential and day camps), bringing hands-on engineering activities led by trained female engineering role models to summer programs based on our successful outreach model with afterschool programs for over 4 years (I2D2).  Through partnerships with organizations listed below we anticipate that WIEP will impact over 1200 K-8th grade students in one summer! Depending on the camp format, we will visit some camps more than once with a different activity each time over the course of the summer. We will assess the impact of AE on students' perception of and familiarity with what engineers do as well as their perception of and interest in engineering before and after the AE program.

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Minority Engineering Programs

Developed in 1976, MEP Summer Engineering Workshops were designed to invite 6-8th grade students to Purdue University for a full week of discovery, engagement, and learning about college and careers in engineering.

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2017 Camp Schedule

2017 Camp Schedule

Attendance Incentives

Bike Awards

Every five days, there are bike drawings for campers who have attended PALS for the last five consecutive days.   In addition, four bike drawings are held for campers with perfect attendance for the entire camp.  Altogether there are 24 bikes given to the campers.

 

Purdue Game Ball

PALS Campers with perfect attendance have the opportunity for their name to be drawn for Purdue Game Ball delivery to the referees at the start of every home football game. The camper and his/her family then get to enjoy the game.

Organizations Involved

4-H
Westminster Senior Living
Wabash and Erie Canal
Columbia Zoo
Wolf Park
United Way
Red Cross
Transitional Housing
Trinity Mission
Food Finders
Wabash Valley Alliance
Project Safe Neighborhood
Indiana Department of Education
Area IV Agency
Tippecanoe Prosecutors Office
Freckles Design
Ivy Tech Community College
Subaru Isuzu
Wabash National
Purdue Federal Credit Union