The Digital Media Communications Dept. at the University of Valley Forge (UVF) is offering a 5-day Digital Media Camp for students entering grades 7–12.
Students will spend a week with UVF students and faculty engaging with state-of-the-art digital media equipment in a Christ-centered environment. Each day begins at 8 am with a 30-minute session of Christian community worship and biblical teaching. The rest of the day students will create and learn digital media in our classrooms and studios.
The following are just some of the benefits you will receive by attending Digital Media Camp:
Group engagement is a part of camp and the digital media field. Students will have the opportunity to work together to create digital media projects that will be displayed at the end of the camp.
The Digital Media Camp at UVF will be a unique, fun, and memorable experience because it will provide opportunities to develop your technical skills in the context of a Christian camp environment. Prepare yourself for the best week of the summer!
Campers must be entering grades 7–12 in the 2019–2020 school year.
All ability levels.
|Campers must be entering grades 7–12 in the 2019–2020 school year.|
|Ability Level||All ability levels.|
|Cost for Day Campers||$495 (Cost includes tuition only — no housing or meals. Recreation fees additional for day campers.)|
|Cost for Overnight Campers||$795 (Cost includes tuition, housing, meals and recreation fees.) For what to pack and extra information read the Handbook (PDF).|
|Camp Check–in||Monday, July 6, 2020, between 9 am – noon (EST)
All campers must attend check-in. If you cannot arrive during the designated times due to extenuating circumstances, arrangements must be made in advance with the camp office. Be sure to read Planning and Preparing for Camp (PDF) for detailed information about check-in.
|Camp Check-out||Friday, July 10, 2020
A project exhibition event will be held on this day. Check-out will follow the performance.
|How to Register||You can register online or by mail. There are five required forms that must be mailed in during the registration process. Please read the Registration Policies and Payments (PDF).|
|Important Things to Note||Campers are expected to participate in all scheduled activities.|
|What to Pack||Specific packing information can be found in your handbook. See a suggested list of items to pack.|
|Shuttle Service||A shuttle service is available to and from the airport, train and bus stations.
The deadline to request shuttle service is two weeks before the start of camp. Complete the Shuttle Service Request Form (PDF) to make your arrangements.
Read about dorm rooms and roommates.
The deadline to submit the Roommate Request Form (PDF) is two weeks before your camp starts.
*Recreational activities will include games, movie night, bowling and a night at Arnold’s Family Fun Center.
To read more information about camp life read the Camp Life (PDF).
Breakfast (Dining Hall)
Worship and Devotions (Flower Chapel)
Session 1: Audio / Video / Photography/ Design Breakouts (Capeci Classrooms)
Session 2: Audio / Video / Photography/ Design Breakouts (Capeci Classrooms)
Individual Digital Media Projects
Lunch (Dining Hall)
Group Projects (Capeci Studios)
Digital Media Master Class with Faculty (Capeci Hall)
Snacks (Lobby Flower Chapel)
Group Projects (Capeci Studios)
Dinner (Dining Hall)
Depart for Activity (Meet in Lobby of Flower Chapel)
Arrive back on campus
Small group activities
Curfew (in rooms/lights out)