Summer Youth Programs

Summer Youth Programs

Art, Science, and Technology Institute

The primary goal of the Art, Science, and Technology Institute is to provide challenging, educational activities for students in middle and high school. We are devoted to sparking an interest in science, technology, and the arts. Our unique approach emphasizes creative learning and adventure through projects, field trips, experiments, game-play, and numerous hands-on activities. 

Our instructors are uniquely qualified and have had their credentials approved at many levels of the University to ensure the best for your children. They are experienced professionals who will ensure safe, educational fun.


Students had a great time this summer in the Crime and Law, Interpretive Arts, Wildlife, and Science and Technology Academies! Check back here in spring 2019 for details on the summer classes or contact us at DuBoisOutreach@psu.edu to get on our email list. You can also see pictures from this summer on the Penn State DuBois Facebook page.

 


Class fees have been reduced due to the generous contribution from the Anita D. McDonald Endowment for the Support of Children and Youth. Additional donations to the program assist with class materials and scholarships for those in financial need. Donors for the 2018 summer program include:

Silver Level
The Gray Family Foundation
Ms. Barbara Varischetti, The Frank Varischetti Foundation

Bronze Level
Mr. & Mrs. William Allenbaugh II
Dr.  & Mrs. George Fatula
Dr. George Kosco

Friends of Penn State Youth Programs
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Graeca
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Johnson
Dr. & Mrs. James Scerbo