Oregon State University

4-H International Summer Camp

Description: 
The main goal of the Camp is to establish a bridge between the Latino community and OSU; to expose young people to healthy, educational, and fun environments where they have the opportunity to explore different career opportunities at OSU; and to learn about the different programs for academic support, financial aid, and admissions for minorities. All activities have been designed to help the participants develop leadership skills, new abilities, and become successful adults in the future.
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
3
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
4
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
5
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
6
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
7
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
8
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
9
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
10
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
11
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
12
Season/term: 
Summer
Is this program TAG specific?: 
No
Residential (overnight) program?: 
Yes
Parent/Family participation options?: 
No
Does the program qualify for Provost-sponsored staff background checks?: 
No
Does this program offer K-12 teacher professional development?: 
No
Grant broader impact program?: 
Yes
Contact Name: 
Mario Magaña
Contact Phone: 
541-737-0925
Contact Email: 
mario.magana@oregonstate.edu
Cost of program: 
Varies
Scholarships available: 
Yes
College credit possible: 
No
On OSU Corvallis campus?: 
Off

Contact Info

Precollege Programs
239 Covell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
phone: 541-737-9424
Email: precollege@oregonstate.edu
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contacting the Oregon State University, Department of Public Safety, which is located in room 200, Cascade Hall, 601 SW 17th Street, Corvallis, OR 97331. The report may also be found on the University's Department of Public Safety website.