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Summer Camps

Students gathered for lunch at Deep South Taco.

During the summer of 2019, four different age-specific camps will be offered at D'Youville: a healthcare professions camp, a public health camp, a science camp, and a theater and language arts camp.

Summer camps help build social skills and self-confidence all while focusing on topics of interest. This summer, D’Youville is hosting educational camps for students in grades 4-12 which will allow each child to explore their own interests right on our campus. 

The D’Youville All Sports Camp, run by our athletics department, provides a summer camp experience that combines sports activities, educational enrichment, nutrition, and health services to West Side youth ages 9 to 13 years old.


Interprofessional HealthCare Professions Camp | June 26 - 28, 2019

Students take a tour of plant biology with a D'Youville professor
D'Youville professors watch students as they work in the compounding pharmacy lab.

In this three-day Interprofessional Healthcare Professions Camp, students entering grades 9-12 will learn how seven different healthcare professions collaborate and work together as a team.

Participants will work with D’Youville’s expert faculty in our state-of-the-art Interprofessional Educational Center (Simulation Lab), as well as learn more in-depth details about all seven health professions.

The seven health care professions include: PharmacyChiropracticPhysical TherapyOccupational TherapyNursing/ Nurse PractitionerDietetics, and Physician Assistant.

All participants will receive career counseling on acquiring healthcare internships and shadow days, as well as NARCAN and CPR Training. 

For information, please contact Beverly Taggart.

Wednesday, June 26 - Friday, June 28, 2019

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JUNIOR EXPLORER’S SCIENCE CAMP | July 8 - 11, 2019

Students take a tour of plant biology with a D'Youville professor
Students take a tour of the various plant life at the Buffalo Botanical Gardens.

In this four-day summer science camp, our junior explorers will discover and learn all about biology, chemistry, and physics. The camp is open for students entering grades 4-6.

D’Youville’s expert faculty members will lead hands-on learning experiences in animal biology, plant biology, astronomy, and physical chemistry. The camp will include on-site activities in our state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms and features field trips to the Buffalo Zoo, the Buffalo Botanical Gardens, the Planetarium, and the Science Museum. 

For information, please contact Beverly Taggart.

 Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11, 2019

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KAV KAMP | July 8 -11, 2019

A worker adds to the scene at the Kavinoky Theater.
An employee sets up for a scene at one of the many  Kavinoky Theatre productions. 

In this four-day interactive theater camp, KAV Kamp attendees will work collaboratively with D’Youville’s professional Kavinoky Theatre team. The camp is open to students entering grades 7-8. Participants will write and act out their own plays, learn about all aspects of the theater, and take field trips to local theaters such as Shea’s, Studio Arena, and even have a picnic at Shakespeare in the Park.

Attendees will quickly discover that there is a place for everyone in theater.

For information, please contact Beverly Taggart.

 Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11, 2019

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Public Health Camp | July 8 -12, 2019

Students gather around tables to eat during a camp day.
In partnership wth Erie Niagara AHEC, students can participate for free with field trips, tours, and meals. 

This five-day Public Health camp allows students who are entering grades 7-8 the opportunity to learn about the many different ways one can work in public health in Western New York. The camp is made possible by a grant from Millennium Collaborative Care and partnership with Erie Niagara Area Health Education Center.

Students will have interactive experiences with several community partners including Durham's Central City Baby Cafe, Mercy Flight of WNY, Evergreen Health, PUSH Buffalo, the Community Health Worker Network of Buffalo, the WNY Children's Environmental Health Center among others.

For information, please contact Brittany Mitchell, MSW.

 Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12, 2019 from 9 AM - 3 PM
Application Deadline: June 10, 2019