March 5, 2018

New Career Portal and Applicant Tracking System (iCIMS) Coming to Emory
It’s Not Too Late to Join the Move More Challenge!
Making a Move Within Webinar Series
Spotlight on Summer Camps and Learning Programs
Emory WorkLife Center to Host Care Workshops and Webinars
Emory Executive Education Upcoming Courses
Camp Carlos 2018 Registration Now Open
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Camp Carlos 2018 Registration Now Open

See it, think it, and make it at Camp Carlos 2018. Registration is now open for campers interested in a summer of art and imagination.

Camps are $205 per week for Carlos members and $245 per week for nonmembers (families registering siblings are eligible for a 10% discount). Children's camps run 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., with aftercare available until 5:00 p.m. for an additional $60 per week. Teen camp runs from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

How the Griffin Got His Groove
June 4-8 for ages 7-9
June 11-15 for ages 10-12
Children will explore mythological beasts in the Greek galleries and make their own in the studio. Campers’ creations will be on display in the Camp Carlos Mythical Animals exhibition at the end of the week.

Ancient Games
June 18-22 for ages 7-9
June 25-29 for ages 10-12
Many of our favorite board games and sports have been around hundreds and even thousands of years. From Egypt’s Hounds and Jackal to team ball sports that originated in the Americas, children can look forward to a week of games and sports.

Teen Camp: Art and Archaeology from Georgia’s Mound Builders
July 16-20 for ages 13-18
Campers will experiment with indigenous art forms and objects before heading to Etowah Indian Mounds. Camping at Red Top Mountain State Park and kayaking on the Etowah River will give teens a glimpse at what life may have been like for Native Americans.

Holy Cats!
July 16-20 for ages 7-9
July 23-27 for ages 10-12
Children will explore the cats of the Carlos Museum, including those in the exhibition Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt (organized by the Brooklyn Museum) using clay, jewelry-making, metal-tooling, and storytelling. 

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