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SUNY Cobleskill Launching Canine Training, Farm-to-Feast Culinary, and Forensics Youth Day Camps this Summer

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 6/7/24 | 6/7/24

COBLESKILL – SUNY Cobleskill announces the launch of three new hands-on day camps for July 2024: Canine Training Camp, Farm-to-Feast Culinary Camp, and Forensics Camp! Camps are available for children and teens 12 years of age and older, with the exception of Farm-to-Feast Culinary Camp, which is offered to participants 10 years and older.

Registration information for all camps is available at web.cobleskill.edu/events/2024-summer-camps. 

Canine Training Camp will give participants opportunities to learn the fundamental skills of becoming a canine handler, taught by faculty in the College’s Canine Training and Management degree program. Young aspiring trainers will work in partnership with our educated canines in a fun and educational environment, learning about body language, training techniques, obedience, a variety of canine sports, and more! The Canine Training Camp will be running July 8 through 12 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open to children and teens ages 12 and older. $350 per registrant.

Farm-to-Feast Culinary Camp will explore our food’s journey from the field to the table. Young chefs will learn basic cooking skills, equipping them with the knowledge to cook confidently in a safe, fun, and supportive atmosphere. They’ll use their newly gained techniques to prepare meals from start to finish and enjoy their new creations. Farm-to-Feast Culinary Camp is July 15 to July 19, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is open to children and teens ages 10 and older. $350 per registrant.

Forensics Camp will provide attendees with the opportunity to evaluate staged crime scenes from field to lab. In this immersive three-day camp, participants will learn how to observe, gather, identify, and present their findings in a fun and team-building environment, using real-world techniques that investigators use daily, including documentation, evidence collection, and lab analysis. Our Histotechnology faculty will open participants' eyes to this unique and exciting field. If your child is interested in forensics, crime investigation, or working in a medical field, this is the camp for them! The Forensics Camp will run July 15 through July 17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to children and teens ages 12 and older. $300 per registrant.

Outside of the academic portion of these camps, campers will enjoy a wide variety of arts and crafts, athletic activities, team-building exercises, and an included lunch.


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