Explore Student Summer Opportunities

In Alphabetical Order

Aspen Camp (opens new tab)

Aspen Camp (Colorado) has both summer and winter camps and aims to promote personal growth as well as community education and services to the Deaf community. Session 1 serves ages 13-17, Session 2 serves ages 10-15, and Session 3 serves ages 8-12.

Camp Isola Bella (opens new tab)

Camp Isola Bella (American School for the Deaf – Connecticut) has a program for Youth ages 8-12 and for Teens ages 13-17. The Youth session will take place from June 25-July 8 and the Teen session will take place from July 16-July 29, 2017.

Camp Mark 7 (opens new tab)

Camp Mark 7 (New York) offers several different programs during the summer: ASL & Deaf Culture Immersion week, ASL Family Week, and Deaf Children Camp to name a few.

Camp Pacifica (opens new tab)

Camp Pacifica (California) offers a week’s session to kids ages 7 to 15 during the summer. In 2017 the summer session will be July 30 through August 6.

Camp Taloali (opens new tab)

Camp Taloali (Oregon) promotes camping skills through an outdoor camp environment with an emphasis on communication, leadership and social development for deaf and hard of hearing youth.

Gallaudet Summer Programs for 6th to 12th grade (opens new tab)

Gallaudet University hosts a few summer programs for older students and also have a list of summer programs throughout the USA.

Summer Adventure (opens new tab)

Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (Massachusetts) offers programs for 9-13 year olds and for 14-17 year olds.

TechGirlz at RIT/NTID (opens new tab)  & TechBoyz at RIT/NTID (opens new tab)

Rochester Institute of Technology (New York) hosts 7th 8th & 9th graders who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math.

Explore Your Future (opens new tab)

Rochester Institute of Technology (New York) also offers a summer program for high school juniors or seniors focusing on career awareness and the college life experience.

Youth Leadership Camp (opens new tab)

Youth Leadership Camp (National Association of the Deaf) will take place July 17-August 12, 2017 in Oregon.