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Our Summer Youth Camps are designed for middle and high school students up to the age of 19. Our programs provide exciting summer learning and experiential opportunities against the backdrop of a world-class bilingual environment just minutes away from the U.S. Capitol.

Programs

Deaf Youth Pride
Register Here! Designed for deaf and hard of hearing high school students who will be in the 9th-12th grades in the fall. This is a camp for those who identify as a part of the LGBTQIA+ community and want to learn new skills to become...
Discover College and Careers (DC²)
REGISTER HERE! Designed for deaf and hard of hearing students entering Grades 10-12 who are ready to work on developing their transition plans; identify their interests and skills, and explore different potential careers during classes and Career Seminars. Students will also explore what vibrant Washington,...
GenCyber
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Got Skills?
Register Here! Designed for deaf and hard of hearing middle school students who will be in the 7th-9th grades in the fall. Campers will design their own camp experience by choosing between blocks of programs. All campers will experience instruction in team building and leadership....
Immerse Into ASL
REGISTER HERE! This exciting, 24/7 American Sign Language (ASL) immersion camp is designed for new signers who are at the beginner or intermediate level. Two different course levels will be offered, ensuring that each camper receives instruction appropriate to their skill level. We are now...

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Summer Youth Camps

Jesse Saunders

Peet Hall 412

(202) 651-5000

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