We are currently accepting applications for high school students in Northeast Florida to participate in our FREE Annual UNF Bridges Summer Camp.
This immersive, week-long virtual summer program is the perfect opportunity for students to explore how they can change lives and transform communities through teaching and how UNF's College of Education and Human Services can help make that happen. Our camp is specifically designed for young adults who want to explore educational and community spaces from racial equity, social justice and activist perspectives.
Packed full of activities led by camp counselors, guest speakers, and educator coaches, we’re thrilled to offer a fully interactive and engaging camp for our students! Campers will receive personalized swag items and materials, a certificate of completion, and will come away with a lifetime of memories along with invaluable knowledge that will prepare them for their college career.
Register prior to Monday, June 20 to reserve your spot.
The camp is entirely free to campers, but because spaces are limited priority will be given to those students who:
- Are rising juniors and seniors
- Are interested in teaching
- Have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher
Questions about the application process and for more information, contact Dr. Rudy Jamison, Camp Director, and Director of the UNF Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnic Relations.