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Western Washington University

516 High St., Bellingham, WA

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Website:
www.wwu.edu/

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Kids Night Out at Western—What’s in Bellingham Bay?

Education

Kindergarten to fifth-grade students will experience hands-on science experiments and activities. Participants will be learning about marine life in our very own Bellingham Bay before finishing the night with a swim. Contact youth@wwu.edu with any questions.

Information:

• Fri 4/26/19 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM8:30 PM10:00 PM

Western's Computer Science Club: Spring

Computers/Technology

Western’s Computer Science Club is for sixth to ninth-graders to hone their technological skills and get familiar with college computer labs. The focus of the club is building extensions and creating new tools (modding) in Minecraft. Contact youth@wwu.edu with any questions.

Information:

• Sat 4/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
• Sat 5/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Girls in Engineering, Math & Science—GEMS Academy``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````

Class/Workshop, Education

Western’s GEMS Academy is an opportunity for fifth to eighth-grade girls to immerse in STEM. Participants will have access to lab spaces across campus with Western’s professors, students and other professionals involved in STEM. Contact youth@wwu.edu with any questions

Information:

• Sat 5/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Summer Session Info Table in Red Square

Education, Class/Workshop

Join Western Washington University staff for free cookies on Monday, May 6th from noon to 1 p.m. in Red Square to celebrate Summer Session. Summer Session at Western offers accelerated on-campus courses, online courses, field study opportunities and travel programs without needing to be formally admitted to the university. That means anyone in the community can experience the wonderful programs Western has to offer. Find out more at wwu.edu/summer or visit us on May 6th to get more information.

Information:

• Mon 5/6/19 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Western's Computer Science Club: Spring

Computers/Technology

Western’s Computer Science Club is for sixth to ninth-graders to hone their technological skills and get familiar with college computer labs. The focus of the club is building extensions and creating new tools (modding) in Minecraft. Contact youth@wwu.edu with any questions.

Information:

• Sat 5/11/19 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
• Sat 5/18/19 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

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• Mon 6/24/19 at
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• Wed 6/26/19 at
• Thu 6/27/19 at
• Fri 6/28/19 at

College Quest: Bellingham

Education

College Quest is a higher education preparatory program for high school students to get immersed in the college experience—from residence hall to classroom. During your stay you will form social connections, complete a real college course, earn one university credit and gain valuable information for being successful in college. The program is for students entering grades 10–12 and runs two separate weeks. Students will stay in a designated residence hall with a roommate. Students will stay for two separate weeks: June 23–28 & July 7–12.

Information:

• Sun 6/23/19 - Fri 6/28/19 at 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Mon 7/1/19 at
• Tue 7/2/19 at

Grandparents U: Bellingham

Education

Students in grades 1–8, Grandparents U is an opportunity to bring grandchildren and grandparents to Western’s campus together. The various course options provided promote different intergenerational learning. Grandparents and grandchildren can also choose to stay together on campus and participate in various evening activities on campus.

Information:

• Mon 7/1/19 - Tue 7/2/19 at 9:00 AM - 5:45 PM

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Wed 7/3/19 at
• Thu 7/4/19 at
• Fri 7/5/19 at
• Mon 7/8/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Mon 7/8/19 at
• Tue 7/9/19 at

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Tue 7/9/19 at
• Wed 7/10/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Wed 7/10/19 at
• Thu 7/11/19 at

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Thu 7/11/19 at
• Fri 7/12/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Fri 7/12/19 at
• Mon 7/15/19 at

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Mon 7/15/19 at
• Tue 7/16/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Tue 7/16/19 at
• Wed 7/17/19 at

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Wed 7/17/19 at
• Thu 7/18/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Thu 7/18/19 at
• Fri 7/19/19 at

Western Kids Camp

Summer Camp

This summer Western welcomes students in grades 1–6 to the Western Kids Camp. Discover the fun of being on a college campus as you participate in week-long summer enrichment programs designed to: • Combine academic and physical skill development. • Create an environment for successful learning. • Develop team building skills. • Showcase and use real college facilities. • Explore academic topics through hands-on enrichment. • Develop leadership skills through recreational activities. • Form new friendships. • Encourage the fun of learning. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/western-kids-camp-entering-grades-1-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=28

Information:

• Fri 7/19/19 at

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Mon 7/22/19 at

Global Connections Bellingham

Education

Students in grades 4–6 discover what it’s like to be on a college campus and participate in summer enrichment programs combine academic and physical skill development. Students will participate in three separate weeks of programs on Western’s campus. There will be a field trip each Wednesday. Science-based topics for the different weeks include: exploring different ways to measure, everyday chemistry and space travel. Morning enrichment will focus on science and provide an opportunity for local and international Korean youth to build connections. JLS Academy sponsors students from Korea.

Information:

• Mon 7/22/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Tue 7/23/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Tue 7/23/19 at
• Wed 7/24/19 at

Global Connections Bellingham

Education

Students in grades 4–6 discover what it’s like to be on a college campus and participate in summer enrichment programs combine academic and physical skill development. Students will participate in three separate weeks of programs on Western’s campus. There will be a field trip each Wednesday. Science-based topics for the different weeks include: exploring different ways to measure, everyday chemistry and space travel. Morning enrichment will focus on science and provide an opportunity for local and international Korean youth to build connections. JLS Academy sponsors students from Korea.

Information:

• Wed 7/24/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Thu 7/25/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Odyssey of Science & Arts: Bellingham - Grades 4-6

Education

Odyssey combines science and arts programs with outdoor recreation. This year, we are adding a half-day academic-only course for students who choose not to participate in the afternoon recreation portion. Students in grades 4–6 will participate in the academic course of their choice during the morning session. After class, students will have lunch, followed by recreational activities and community building. Registration costs vary depending on the activities desired and time of registration. Visit the website below for a link to register and for more information on the program. https://ee.wwu.edu/youth-programs/programs/odyssey-science-arts-grades-4-6-bellingham. Contact the Extended Education department with any questions at youth@wwu.edu or 360 650-3308. Register here: https://ee-portal.wwu.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=32

Information:

• Thu 7/25/19 at
• Fri 7/26/19 at

Global Connections Bellingham

Education

Students in grades 4–6 discover what it’s like to be on a college campus and participate in summer enrichment programs combine academic and physical skill development. Students will participate in three separate weeks of programs on Western’s campus. There will be a field trip each Wednesday. Science-based topics for the different weeks include: exploring different ways to measure, everyday chemistry and space travel. Morning enrichment will focus on science and provide an opportunity for local and international Korean youth to build connections. JLS Academy sponsors students from Korea.

Information:

• Fri 7/26/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Mon 7/29/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Tue 7/30/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Wed 7/31/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Thu 8/1/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Fri 8/2/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Mon 8/5/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Tue 8/6/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Wed 8/7/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Thu 8/8/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
• Fri 8/9/19 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM