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AETN Youth Academy - Around the World Camp

Posted on 30 May 2014

Do you know kids ages 7-11 who would like to make a trip around the world? They can do it in a week with the AETN Youth Academy Around the World Camp! Scheduled July 21-25, this summer learning experience will give campers the opportunity to travel the world by exploring various cultures through a blend of technology learning, hands-on activities, special guests, fun and educational activities and much more.

As they learn about destinations, including Japan, Italy, France, Madagascar and Brazil, kids will expand their computer skills and gain real world knowledge as they work with their peers to solve problems and complete projects. 

Around the World Camp will be held Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon.

The cost of the camp is $149 per child and includes instruction, a t-shirt, meals and snacks. Space in Around the World Camp is limited, and registration closes July 10. 


Contact Karen Walker at kwalker@aetn.org or 800-662-2386 with questions and to sign up for AETN Youth Academy’s Around the World Camp.

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