Opportunities for the College Community

iD Tech Camps

Save $100 on iD Tech Camps held at Amherst College

Encourage the awesome in your child! At iD Tech Camps, students ages 7-17 can learn to code, design video games, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, model 3D characters, build websites, print 3D models, and more. Campers meet new friends, learn awesome STEM skills, and gain self-confidence. Join us as we inspire the makers of tomorrow.

In past summers, Amherst faculty and staff saved $100 by registering and paying in full by April 15th. Registration occurred at www.idtech.com!

ESCAPE Camp

Save $50 with early registration

ESCAPE Camp is an adult sports camp perfect for those who want to play like children but relax like adults. Staff led activities include tennis, swimming, dancing, wall climbing, dancing, Pilates, aqua aerobics, and more. This inclusive program welcomes those who are looking to try new activities or improve on developed skills. Happy hour is offered daily.

Visit www.escapecamp.org for more information on saving $50 with early registration.

Western Massachusetts Basketball Camp

Save $10 with early registration

The intention of the WMBC is to provide local youngsters a chance to improve their basketball skills while spending four full days with some of the area's finest coaches. Along with daily instruction, drills, games of one-on-one, hot shot, free throws, horse, and team play, the participants will get the opportunity to see films and talk basketball with the staff.

Visit www.athletics.amherst.edu/sports/mbkb/summer_camp for more information on saving $10 when you register by May 1, 2017 

AWS Elite Soccer Academy

Save $20 with early registration

AWS Elite Soccer Academy offers girls wishing to play college soccer the opportunity to polish their skills in the company of multiple DI and DIII coaches. Camp instruction includes intense technical and tactical drilling, warm-up / injury prevention tips, and the opportunity to play in small-sided and full-field games. 

Visit www.awssocceracademies.com/elite-academy.php for more information saving on $20 when you register by May 1, 2017 

Nicol Champions Academy

Save with multiple players in your family

Nicol Champions Academy gives junior players and college-bound squash players the opportunity to experience the joy and thrill of improving their squash skills and developing their passion for the game that may include looking toward playing collegiate squash. 

Discounts are given for families with multiple players, contact Melissa Winstanley at melissa@nicolchampionsacademy.com

Good to Great Lacrosse Showcase

Group rates and discounts may be available!

Good to Great Lacrosse Showcase returns to Amherst this summer, offering lacrosse players the opportunity to fine-tune their skills in the presence of a distinguished panel of DI and DIII coaches. Focusing on individual skill development, the program promises to strengthen each player’s offensive and defensive arsenal.

For information on group rates and discounts, contact Jon Thompson at jthompson@amherst.edu

CPE Summer Institute

Scholarships may be available!

This summer, the Center for Popular Economic presents Building Global Solidarity in an Age of Division: The Political Economy of Trade, Migration, and Climate Crisis. This workshop seeks to study the current global and political narrative through an investigation of immigration, refugee crises, climate change, and rising nationalism. 

For information on scholarships, email summerinstitute@populareconomics.org

Aum Integral Yoga Conference

Scholarships may be available!

They are tangible, concrete movements of Divine Love that can be felt by the heart.  The aim of this conference is to seek and align with this stream of Love as it continues to flow and transform the Earth and all of life. At this year’s conference, we will seek to move from sharing ideas to sharing experiences, so there will be no lectures or traditional presentations of work. 

For information on scholarships, visit http://www.yogacenteramherst.com/aumconference/

 


Questions? E-mail us at sumprogs@amherst.edu.