Summer Camp and Learning Programs Spotlight

Learn more about some of the local summer camp and learning programs that participated in Emory's Virtual Summer Camp and Learning Expo.

All GA KIDS Call Center - Quality Care for Children

Free service assisting Georgia parents with identifying summer camp options specific to their families' needs, interests, and budget.

Call the center at 877-255-4254.

View the ALL GA KIDS' Website

Bright Horizons Back-Up Care

Faculty, staff and students can use their 10 days of BUC to assist them when their summer camp plans fall through. 

View Bright Horizon's website

Camp Carlos

See it! Think it! Make it!
Inspired by the Carlos Museum galleries and guided by practicing artists from around the city, children at Camp Carlos are encouraged to look closer, dig deeper, and push their creativity further. We look forward to sharing a summer of in-person art-making as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Camp Carlos. View camp offerings and register TODAY!

Museum membership entitles you to advance registration and discounted fees for camp and other children’s programs, free admission to the museum, a discount in the Museum Bookshop, and more! Emory employees receive a 10% discount on museum membership.

View the Camp Carlos Website

Camp Woodmont

Camp Woodmont logo
Imagine a Home Away from Home where your child feels secure, welcome and re-assured!  That’s Camp Woodmont!  Located 2 & ½ hours north of Atlanta, Camp Woodmont is a traditional, overnight camp for boys & girls ages 6 – 14.  It features horseback riding, high-ropes, climbing, sports, dance, crafts, drama, canoeing, archery & more!  The program is very well-suited for first-time campers, thanks to its limited enrollment.  Two generations of family-management!  Accredited by the ACA (American Camp Association).  Staff to camper ratio averages: 1 to 5.

Register now at and mention Emory for a $50 discount!

Contact info:
Alyson Gondek
Chloe Hinchcliff, (423) 472-6070

View Camp Woodmont's Website

CDC Museum Public Health Academy

The CDC Museum Public Health Academy is a STEM-based educational program that offers both in-person and online learning experiences.

  • CDC Museum Disease Detective Camp: Summer camp for high schoolers. Students are immersed in public health and become a diverse team of disease detectives!

  • Online Summer Course: Summertime virtual course for high schoolers. During this fast-paced academic program students learn the basics of public health with topics from epidemiology to health equity.

  • STEM Lessons: Inquiry-based, hands-on lessons for educators and students (middle and high) that explore public health issues. Lessons use the engineering design process, scientific method format, or public health approach.

  • Teen Newsletter: Monthly newsletter for teens on public health topics with a live Teen Talk for students to interact with CDC professionals who work in that area. 

The application for the 2022 summer programing is now available on our website and due April 1, 2022.

Questions? Email

View the CDC Museum Public Health Website Academy

Emory National Debate Institute

We are providing a Fundamentals of Debate, Deliberation, and Dialogue camp fro high school students as well as our high school policy debate program for students with 1-2 years of experience.

View Emory National Debate Institute's Website

Emory Track & Field

Join us for a week filled with Track and Field to improve your skills and have fun! You'll get a chance to work with an experienced staff to learn all about what it's like to be on a team and develop necessary skills to be successful! Participants will get a chance to learn about each event, participate in fun activities, and end the week with a track meet. Welcome to all skill levels ages 6-13. Go Eagles!

Discounts: Discounts will be added after registration!

Jess Fritsche or Chris Marco
Instagram: @emoryxctf

View the Emory Track and Field Website

Friends School of Atlanta Summer Camps

We are pleased to offer a STEAM based summer camp program for ages 5 to 14 over six weeks of the summer.

View Friends School's Website

Josh Pastner Basketball Academy

The Josh Pastner Boys Basketball Academy at Georgia Tech is designed to help each camper enhance their basketball skills through individual instruction and team competition. Spots are filling up FAST! Visit our website for more information and registration: 

Learn More about the Academy

Oak Tree Camps

Through the use of scheduled activity periods and guided electives, each camper can experience a well-rounded program that includes athletics, aquatics, creative arts, STEAM class, Dance class, and outdoor adventures. Our elective program allows each camper to have direct input into their daily schedule. During elective periods, campers may wish to try new activities, concentrate on their favorite ones or enhance their existing skills by participating in individualized instruction or clinics.


Learn More About Oak Tree Camps

Sketchworks Comedy Camps

Sketchworks Comedy Camps are developing the next generation of Atlanta's funniest kids! For two weeks, students learn: Sketch Writing, Acting Technique, Character Building and Improv, and will culminate in a LIVE SHOW and the premiere of their own SKETCH VIDEO! 

Sketch Comedy for Kids & Teens, June and July Sessions

$850, email & mention Emory to receive 10% off

View Sketchwork's Website

Still Waters STEAM Summer Camp

8 Weeks of STEAM-themed camps for rising 1st-6th graders. The program runs full day and has weekly special science experiments and field trips. A sample of the weekly themes are Cool Chemists, Adventurous Astronauts and more!

View Still Water's Website

Trees Atlanta                         

Camp operates with a different theme each week.

Week 1: Pollinators: Bats, Bugs, and Birds
Discover the importance of the critters who have a hand in helping our forest grow during National Pollinator Week! We will find evidence of their work along the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum and include fun activities to demonstrate how pollination occurs.

Week 2: Urban Explorers: Conservationists of the Urban Forest
Did you know Atlanta has one of the densest urban forests in the nation? This week will focus on how watershed, soil, climate indicators, and development relates to people, animals, and plant life in urban areas.

Week 3: Foresters: The Canopy Umbrella
Discover the layers of the forest from the forest floor at our feet, the understory above our heads, to the canopy where the sun beats down. Grab your binoculars and field journals. We will explore the diverse animal and plant species that call each urban forest layer home.

Week 4: Pollinators: Trees, Flowers, and Fruit
Find out what growing plants need to be pollinated, and how that helps them thrive in our city in the forest. We will learn how these spaces are created by nature and also by professionals through fun design projects.

Week 5: Urban Explorers: Navigators of the Urban Forest
Grab a map and a compass to discover how to use orienteering tools to find your way through the city in the forest! We will play fun games and activities like geocaching and scavenger hunts to journey through the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum.

Week 6: Foresters: Home Sweet Home
Foresters examine the urban forests that many different plants and animals call home. Each layer of the forest supports a healthy urban ecosystem. We’ll collect natural materials for creative art projects and conduct ecology experiments at the Kendeda Center.

Week 7: Naturalist Week
Naturalists study how reptiles, amphibians, insects, birds, and fungi relate to our urban forest. This week will include hands-on exploration, interpretation, live animal encounters, and experiments out in the field and at the Kendeda Center.

Week 8: Artist and the Arborist
Nature inspires the artist. We venture out and get creative with the natural materials growing in Atlanta’s urban forest. We will gather materials to create various types of forest art!

View Tree Atlanta's Website

Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth

Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth, part of Vanderbilt University's Peabody College of education and human development, offers accelerated courses for academically talented and motivated learners in Kindergarten through 12th grade. PTY instructors are drawn from the wealth of talented faculty, scholars, and educators here in the Vanderbilt University and Nashville communities and include many distinguished professors, scientists, and researchers. Instructors are carefully selected not only for achievements in their fields, but also for their commitment to excellence in classroom teaching. On-campus programs are hosted on Saturdays during the academic year. Day programs meet weekly in the summer for rising first through 8th grade. One-week and two-week summer residential programs available for rising seventh through twelfth grade students. Virtual program for high school students have varying meeting dates and times. 

Programs include day (SAVY -Summer Academy at Vanderbilt for the Young), residential (VSA -Vanderbilt Summer Academy) and virtual formats (PTY Mentor Immersion).


Email Contact:

Phone Contact: 615.322.8261

View PTY-Vanderbilt's Website

Wealthy Habits - Financial Literacy for Ages 11-18

Wealthy Habits will be offering both in-person and virtual programs this summer. Our programs are fun and engaging and focus on building smart money habits that will last a life-time. Week-long virtual programs range from 2 hours each day to 6 hours each day. In-person camps are from 9am-4pm and are available at 5 different Atlanta-metro locations.

View The Wealthy Habits Website

Youth Theological Initiative

The Youth Theological Initiative was founded at Emory in 1993. We offer a 2-week, residential summer academy on Emory’s campus. The program is for students in the 9th-12th grades in the 2021-2022 school year. At YTI, youth explore their own questions about faith, justice, and their place in the world. Our program is rooted in Christian traditions and is at the same time radically inclusive. Youth of any faith are welcome. The goal of YTI is not to lead youth to particular beliefs, but to provide theological tools they can use to make sense of their own faith. YTI is known for our diversity. The Summer Academy is a unique experience where youth can experience deep belonging in the midst of this diversity. Over 1000 high school students have attended YTI’s Summer Academy, and many still consider it one of the most important experiences of their lives. July 10-23, 2022. Priority Application Deadline: April 1. Financial aid is available.

For more information, please contact the director of YTI, Dr. Jill Weaver, at  

View the Youth Theological Initiative Website

Workplace Options

Work-Life Resource and Referral services for child care (including summer camps), elder care, and events of daily life.

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