Science Summer Camps for Teens
Join us in the field this summer!
Registration is open! Click one of the links below to learn more.
Camps are for teens ages 13 to 17. International students welcome!
At Land and Sea Camp, you’ll engage with volcanoes (geology), the ocean (oceanography), the forest (biology, zoology), and the environment. Swim with turtles at a black sand beach, hike through a volcano, explore caverns, and conduct science activities at all these unique locations.
At Air and Space Camp, you’ll have opportunities to learn about Earth’s atmosphere, climate, astronomy, and about space exploration. Swim with turtles on black sand beaches, explore South Point, create electric circuits, build a solar powered USB charger, and even launch your very own rocket! Each of these activities provided a unique opportunity to engage in hands-on learning and bring exploratory science in a setting that only Big Island of Hawai’i can provide!
About Science Camps of America
Founder and former technology entrepreneur Michael Richards explains why he started Science Camps of America. “Businesses, and business people, should endeavour to take a more active role in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education. We need to find ways to share our expertise and enrich the educational experiences that kids have. After 30 years in the software industry, I thought that a science camp for teenagers was just the right kind of contribution to the mix.”
Curriculum overview is being provided by renowned professor of geology and oceanography Dr. Floyd McCoy. Dr. McCoy, recently retired as Professor in Geology and Oceanography at the University of Hawaii’s Windward campus. Dr. McCoy, a Harvard Ph.D and Fulbright scholar, and raised on the Big Island, provides an incredible combination of local and professional knowledge, ensuring that camp has a deep base of cultural and scientific content.
Denisse Aranda serves as Program Director for Science Camps of America. Denisse is the Senior Contamination Control Engineer for Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket. She also has NASA experience working on satellites, science instruments, and launch vehicles with a specialty in Assembly, Integration & Test (AI&T), contamination control, cleanroom management, environmental testing, and Thermal Vacuum (TVAC) Testing and a comprehensive background in data analysis, analytical chemistry, and the space environment. Denisse, who formerly worked as an engineer at NASA’s famous Langley Research Center, also served as a NASA Education Specialist, supporting formal and informal educators and their students learn about NASA, science, and engineering. Working in conjunction with Jimmy Johnson Racing, Denisse helped educate teens about the science of aerodynamics in racing at NASCAR events across the country. Denisse has also been a teacher at Kalaheo High School in Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii.
Sheri Richards is the Director for Health and Safety and brings over 20 years of Emergency Department nursing experience to help ensure that campers and staff are properly cared for. Sheri earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Hawaiʻi Pacific University and Masters of Science in Nursing from Walden University.
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Why and How to Help
Science is about doing. That means getting out into the field or the laboratory. Science Camps of America provides campers with the field and lab experience that leaves real knowledge and understanding.
Science Camp is a great way to give young adults with an interest in science an opportunity to actually get into the field to learn about our world – its rocks, its plants, its water, its air.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”Benjamin Franklin
Our goal over the next few years is to create a series of camps dedicated to teaching science to young people. The Big Island camp is just the beginning of what we hope will eventually reach thousands of teens annually, doing something positive to add to the general level of science education, helping to create adults who are aware of the importance of science in our lives and the next generation of scientists.
You can help make this happen. We have developed a number of programs that allow you to choose just how to help.
Your donation to Science Camps of America (a non-profit corporation) will help ensure that we are able to offer top-quality programs.
Become a Corporate Sponsor
We look to our Corporate Sponsors to help us have an immediate impact on the young adults coming to camp.
Community Scholarship Program
Science Camps of America has both volunteer and employment opportunities available for our camp sessions.
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Camp Galileo ~ 30+ locations in San Francisco, Marin, East Bay, South Bay and the Peninsula (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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Destination Science ~ 10 Locations in San Francisco, the Peninsula, and the South Bay (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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Integem Holographic Augmented Reality (AR) Summer Camp ~ Palo Alto, Cupertino, Berkeley, Menlo Park, Fremont, Belmont, San Carlos, Pleasanton, San Ramon, and San Francisco (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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TechKnowHow LEGO and Coding Camps ~ 10 locations in SF, Peninsula, South Bay, East Bay (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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Brick Tech: LEGO® STEM Summer Camps ~ San Jose, Palo Alto, Los Gatos, Saratoga (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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Rosetta Institute Summer Workshops ~ Berkeley (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
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Evodyne Robotics Summer Program ~ Mountain View and Online (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
This summer get hands-on learning by building advanced AI enabled robots including a robotic arm, walking quadruped robot, and a mobile pick-and-place robot using Arduino and Raspberry Pi with programming, electronics, mechatronics, machine learning, computer vision, 3D printing and design. Beginner to advanced levels are offered. By the end, students can show off their skills by competing in our Autonomous Racing Tournament and take their robots home! Learn more at www.evodyneacademy.com or call 650-318-1534.
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iD Tech ~ Online
Virtual Tech Camps are the perfect way for kids and teens to sharpen STEM skills and bond with new friends, all online from the comfort of home. With the highest quality remote instruction on the planet, your child can unlock tech brilliance and create an exciting project. Structured, weeklong sessions available now in multiple time zones (5 consecutive days, Monday-Friday) with the hottest curriculum in Python, Java, Minecraft, Roblox, Unity, Adobe, 3D modeling, and more.
STEAM Team Summer Program ~ Los Altos (Offering in-person camps for 2021)
If your child enjoys arts and crafts or is a visual learner, then STEAM Team’s summer program is the perfect fit! We teach a curriculum that uses art as a loosely guided platform to engage kids of all abilities and introduce them to concepts in biology, chemistry, engineering, etc. All of our programs are free of charge, in an effort to make STEM education accessible to children of all socioeconomic backgrounds. Join us this summer for a week of crafting, building, learning, and fun! Sign up at steamfs.org.
Young Gates ~ Virtual
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2021 Online STEM Summer Camps
This year, STEM summer camps are being offered both in-person and online, so families will have choices. I’m hearing from program providers that families are signing up for in-person camps, but many are still providing online options so everyone can participate at the level where they feel comfortable.
Looking for online? Take a look at my new list of organizations that are offering live, instructor-led online programs. If you’re ready to find a camp, you can jump right to the list!
What to expect this summer.
Program providers learned a lot from their experiences hosting online summer camps in 2020 and virtual classes this school year. They have risen to the challenges of teaching in an online world and have adapted their curricula and teaching methods to deliver creative, interactive, and engaging programs.
Providers tell me they know they have to work extra hard to make kids feel a sense of togetherness in virtual settings. From what I’ve learned, the winning formula includes smaller class sizes, shorter session times, and incorporating active learning with multiple ways to learn. Some organizations also build in supplemental work outside of camp, which kids can do independently, on their own time, allowing them to practice their skills and work on projects. Get tips on how to choose an online program.
Summer 2021 Program Listings
I have compiled a list of programs for all ages, experience levels, and interests. There are opportunities to create websites, design video games, make robots, explore digital animation, perform science experiments, build with LEGOs, delve into environmental issues, and more. For most of these programs, kids will attend scheduled, real-time, instructor-led online activities, sometimes in small groups of students from around the country, sometimes with a small group of kids at your home, or one-on-one.
Boolean Girl offers online, half-day, STEM camps for girls (and boys) teaching Scratch and Python. Small class sizes, less than 6 per class, for lots of instructor interaction and attention. In-person camps are also available in the Washington DC metro area. Scholarships are available!
Classroom Antics offers fun, educational STEAM summer camps to kids ages 7-13. Online virtual programs include Minecraft coding, stop-motion animation, and video game design. Experience the Classroom Antics advantage with small class sizes, dedicated equipment and materials for your child, professional educators, and fun, safe, social, and respectful learning. In-person camps are also available in Ohio and Michigan.
Code Galaxy offers comprehensive online summer camps and classes for students ages 7-18. From Scratch and Minecraft to Python Programming and Web Development, Code Galaxy’s coding camps and classes are the perfect way to spend time off from school with flexible times for both parents and students.
Code Ninjas’ camps empower kids to gain valuable tech skills and make new friends. Their team of Code Senseis transforms children’s love for technology into an exciting learning adventure. Camps are offered both virtually and in-person, so contact your nearest location to learn more.
Code Wiz is passionate about inspiring the next generation and helping kids to unlock their inner genius, and loves watching them get excited about coding. Their safe and supervised online classes are structured to keep children ages 7–17 engaged, learning, and socializing, with a variety of options to choose from and a small staff-to-student ratio to ensure they receive maximum attention from the coding coach. Contact your nearby location for availability and more information.
CodeWizardsHQ has coding classes to fit your summer plans. Choose from the 3-week accelerated summer classes or 1-week summer camps.
Coding with Kids offers live-virtual computer science, game development, robotics, and digital design classes and camps to students ages 5-18. Classes range from Little Coders, Minecraft Modding & Roblox to Core Programming, Micro Bit & Creative Photo Design. In-person camps are available in Newton, MA.
Create & Learn offers fun online coding classes for grades K-12 students, all designed by Google and Stanford experts. Book a free class and enjoy summer camp discounts on Scratch, Python, Roblox, Minecraft, AI, Robotics, and many more. Create & Learn also offers free kids’ events with experts from NASA, Google, Apple, and Stanford to learn how technologies are used in the real world!
Girls Who Code’s free 2-week Virtual Summer Immersion Program is for current 9th – 11th grade girls and non-binary students who want to learn the computer science skills they need to make an impact, get an inside look into the tech field, and join a supportive, lifelong sisterhood — all while being virtually hosted by influential companies like Twitter, AT&T, Bank of America, Walmart, and others. SIP is 100% free, plus Girls Who Code offers need-based tech support and stipends up to $300 for those who qualify. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, March 26th. Apply now.
iD Tech has been offering high-quality online and in-person technology education for over 20 years, including small-group virtual camps and online private lessons. Ages 7–18 and all skill levels welcome; course topics include coding, game design, digital animation, and much more!
KIDS 4 CODING bridges the gap between what kids ages 7-16 learn in traditional academic classes and what they need to succeed in our rapidly evolving tech-based society. Courses capture kids’ imaginations by connecting to their interests and passions, with a solid foundation of practical STEM education. In-person programs are available in Atlanta, GA, and in-person will return to Boston, MA in summer 2022.
KTBYTE Computer Science Academy offers small group classes online for students ages 8-18. All classes are taught live by experienced instructors and every student receives the support of daily office hours and homework assignments with instant feedback. In-person classes are also available in Lexington, MA.
LeapLearner is a global educational system that relies on live lessons to teach children ages 6-16 coding skills. With over 1 million students across more than twenty countries, they offer a unique game-based curriculum that helps children develop their analytical thinking and creativity. In-person courses may be opened in Massachusetts based on CDC guidelines and Covid-19 status during the summer of 2021.
MakerKids runs virtual camps, programs and parties on coding, robotics and Minecraft for kids ages 6-13. Kids learn industry-leading technologies, equipping them for high-earning careers of the future, and the best part—the first trial lesson is absolutely free!
MehtA+ is offering an intensive 6-week AI/Machine Learning Research Bootcamp taught by MIT & Stanford Engineers for current 8th-12th graders from June 21-July 30. Students will receive the opportunity to work closely with professors from top universities in completing an AI research project in digital humanities and potentially receive an opportunity to have their work published in an academic journal.
MoonshotJr.com (a Silicon Valley EdTech company) teaches future-focused technical, entrepreneurial, and soft skills, which includes streams such as AI, Robotics, Game Development, App Development, via their Innovator Program to students ages 10-17. Each child creates a working prototype and launches it on Amazon/eBay/app stores/NFT platforms, etc.
Qcode Labs offers high-quality online classes with intro courses using Scratch, an easy-to-learn programming language. Courses are week-long, with an hour-long class every day. Taught by highly experienced K-12 teachers, small class size (<5 students /class), and affordable pricing. Qcode curriculum is designed by subject matter experts to ensure students have a fun, enriching experience.
Qubit by Qubit offers accessible, hands-on, and innovative programs for K-12 and university students to learn real quantum skills, run codes on quantum computers, and work alongside leading global quantum researchers. Their summer programs include week-long summer camps for middle and high school students, as well as a 4-week intensive summer school for students in high school or college.
STEAM Ahead and the MIT Media Lab are offering The Daily AI workshop, an immersive 2-week (June 21-July 2) virtual program for rising 6-8 grade students. This free workshop will feature hands-on and computer-based activities on a variety of artificial intelligence concepts. Application required.
SummerTech offers kids ages 10-17 personalized learning experiences in Python, Java, web design, 3D modeling, and animation. In-person camp will be available in Westchester County, NY.
YoungWonks is a WASC-accredited coding and engineering program for kids and teens ages 8-18. YoungWonks started in 2014 and offers computer science classes in robotics, Internet of Things (IoT), and game development. Students can attend a 45-minute trial class for free before signing up for a camp.
These classes may include coding, engineering, robotics, science, STEAM, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
Acera has online STEAM programs for kids ages 7 and older. They offer week-long, half-day summer camps in art, theater, digital drawing, photography, architecture, and live-action role-play, all taught by specialist educators with field-based expertise and a passion for learning. Acera also offers small group in-person camps (for kids 5 and up) at its school in Winchester, MA.
Artisan’s Asylum offers “pay what you can afford” immersive programs for teens (ages 10–16) guided by engineers and fabrication experts. Junior engineers will be challenged with daily missions, like designing the first life-sustaining habitat on Martian soil, programming a Mars Rover to explore the red planet, or making kinetic creatures that move and groove. There are no right answers, just a million possibilities!
Boston STEM Lab is a hands-on program for children and their parents or caregivers. In the virtual summer camp program “Food Science” (for the whole family) campers are introduced to the science behind the sense of taste and get to experiment with food! In-person camps are also available in Chestnut Hill, MA.
Brooklyn Robot Foundry knows how to get the summer fun flying, and driving, spinning, lighting up, shaking—you get the idea! Children will love building a zany new robot each day, as well as all of the other fun activities, during the Foundry’s online Summer Circuits program. A small in-person program is also available in Brooklyn, NY.
Build-It-Yourself offers 30 online projects taught by art and engineering students from top universities including Harvard, MIT, Cornell, and Stanford. Elementary and middle school students use art and technology creatively in a unique global laboratory, where they design and build toys, contraptions, websites, computer games, and robots. In-person camps are also available in Massachusetts.
Creative Brain Learning’s 2021 Virtual Summer Camp line-up includes STEM and art programs, ranging from Roblox Video Game Design and Scratch Coding to Robotics, LEGO Engineering, Anime Drawing, Painting Like the Masters, Animation and more! Programs are available for ages 6-15.
Creator Kidz offers remote enrichment learning opportunities for kids in 2nd through 8th grade ranging from watercolors to digital painting to iMovie to chess. One hour per class.
Cyber Arts Camp is a transformative educational experience for teens who are inspired to leverage new technologies to transform tomorrow’s world. Summer camps include Bioengineering and the Cyborg Future, Future Cities & Sustainability, and Hacker Simulator. Cyber Arts Camp is run by experts in the creative technology and social impact startup space. In-person camps will be available in NYC.
DC Design offers Design the Future: Digital, a program that teaches high school students how to design and build products for individuals with disabilities. The program, created by DC Design and developed in collaboration with the Institute of Design at Stanford (the d.school), partners teams of high school students and their university design coach with an individual living with a physical disability. In the two-week remote summer program (June 14-26), students design and launch real apps that improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.
Dreams for Schools will be offering online classes with live instruction for children in 1st to 8th grade that give them a chance to explore STEM and technology through hands-on engineering projects, website development, mobile app creation, and more! DFS programs inspire and educate students to be STEM and computer science literate with the hard and soft skills needed to become the critical thinkers, creative leaders, and technologists of tomorrow.
Empow Studios helps kids have fun all summer long learning coding, robotics, film & animation, Minecraft, Roblox, engineering, and more in their half-day virtual summer camps. With a 6:1 camper-to-counselor ratio, counselors get to know each camper personally, providing an awesome virtual camp experience. In-person camps are also available in Massachusetts.
Engineering For Kids is a network focusing on STEM education for children ages 4-14 through fun and interactive learning sessions. It features a variety of online programs, including new camps and programs featuring esports and Minecraft leagues this summer. Engineering For Kids also offers in-person camps across the country and a complete listing can be found on its website.
Geek Education (Geekedu) focuses on computer coding for kids and teens ages 7-18, offering beginner or advanced students the option to learn Scratch, Python, Java, and math lessons in an accelerated summer course. Each student is specially matched with an instructor based on their skill level and interests to ensure engaging, personalized learning. Summer camps provide 1-on-1 private instruction with flexible scheduling.
Girls Take the Lead delivers live virtual STEM + Leadership camps with exciting topics for girls 9-16: The Science of Cosmetics, Explore Mars, Design For Good, Pollution Solution, and Artificial Intelligence. In-person camps are available at Olin College in Needham, MA.
GreenApple Campus provides live virtual STEM + Innovation + Technology summer camps for ages 7-16. Explore NASA and Mars, build VR & AR, and participate in GameLab and STEAM Studio. New Artificial Intelligence camps and virtual small group academic support in math and science are available. In-person camps are held at Olin College in Needham, MA.
iCode offers 10+ unique camps and combines fun, engaging content and exciting learning on the newest technologies. In-person programs are available in Wellesley, MA.
Inspirit AI offers a 10-session (25 hours) pre-college enrichment program that exposes high school students to fundamental artificial intelligence (AI) concepts and guides them to build a socially impactful project. Through their projects, students tackle real-world problems that matter to them. Taught by Stanford, MIT, and Harvard graduates, all students receive a personalized, interdisciplinary learning experience with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1.
Ivy Camps USA is offering online summer programs for ages 6-14 in Leadership and STEM. Programs are taught by instructors from top 10 USA universities, and concepts are explained through hands-on experiments, comprehensive instruction, and the pursuit of original projects led by students themselves.
Juni Learning, an online academy, is offering a selection of 5-day Summer Camps for 8-18-year-old students interested in coding, data science, and liberal arts. Juni Campers will get ahead of the pack and discover their passions — all while connecting with their peers and getting mentored by Juni instructors from top U.S. universities.
ScioCamp is an interactive online program for ages 10-14 that provides an alternative to traditional science enrichment classes. While leading a diverse array of STEM courses, instructors also serve as mentors to their students, helping them to form lifelong study habits and cultivate a love of learning.
Smithsonian Summer Virtual Adventures introduces the world of the Smithsonian to children entering kindergarten through eleventh grade—fly to the moon, dive deep into the ocean, be innovative, create art, and more! Adventurers take virtual field trips and interact with other kids while playing games, creating crafts, meeting experts, and completing challenges.
Snapology offers play-based STEAM programs for kids 4-14 using LEGO bricks and other familiar toys. In-person camps are also available at multiple locations in the US.
STEAM Ahead is hosting 2021 S.T.E.A.M. Camp, a series of free, 2-week long workshops that will explore a variety of topics including computer coding fundamentals (Python and web development), engineering, songwriting, product design, marketing, and more. Suggested for ages 12-16; application required. Visit the website for information regarding in-person programs in Massachusetts.
The Christa McAuliffe Center is hosting a week-long exploration of the life cycle of stars for high school students this summer, taking each participant on journey from the birth of new stars to their spectacular (and sometimes explosive) deaths! Each session of this 5-part series consists of a 75-minute live, interactive virtual program hosted by an experienced McAuliffe Center educator.
The United Nations Association of Greater Boston offers 6 different week-long virtual Model UN programs for teens. In Model UN, students learn about a global issue and step into the role of diplomats to address a problem from a global perspective. Scholarships are available for those seeking financial support to attend the program.
Tufts CEEO is offering week-long online engineering workshops for kids in grades K-12. Workshops will be hands-on and topics will range from LEGO robotics to survival engineering.
Virginia Space Flight Academy provides high-quality STEM learning experiences online for students in grades 3-8. Multiple modules are available this summer and more will be offered in the fall. Virginia Space Flight Academy offers an in-person Space Adventure Camp in Wallops Island, VA each summer.
Z-Kai Learning Lab is offering a summer program from June 28 – August 27 with classes in Scratch, robotics, coding (Python), and math. There are two options for prospective students: half-day (9:00PM – 12:00PM and 1:30PM – 4:30PM) or full-day, which covers both classes. In-person camps are available in Arlington, Massachusetts.
Boston Leadership Institute offers competitive admissions options that include Biotech Research, Biomedical & Surgical Research, & STEM Entrepreneurship. Introductory program offerings include Big Data, Polymer Chemistry, and Sports Statistics. In-person competitive admission and introductory programs for high schoolers and introductory programs for middle schoolers will be available in Wellesley, Waltham, and Boston, MA.
ExSciton is offering a summer camp for science starting July 12 for grades 2-5 and 6-8 in two separate classes. This summer camp will run for 4 weeks with 3 hours class every day from 9am-1pm EST. In-person camps are available in Acton, MA.
Fossil Crates offers June 21-25 at Noon PST/ 3PM EST a unique dinosaur virtual summer camp. Join Dr. Brian Curtice for 5 days of dinosaur fun, ending in a virtual dinosaur search in the Flaming Cliffs of Mongolia.
National CSI Camp is a CSI/STEM-related, virtual, 5-day course for students between the grades of 6-12. Students are sent lab kits to conduct many hands-on experiments guided by an actual Detective via Zoom. In-person classes are also available in the New Jersey area.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center provides virtual weeklong summer camps in genetics and molecular biology. Campers receive materials kits so they can perform labs and activities from home, and participate alongside classmates and instructors in real-time or on-demand with video instruction. In-person camps are also available at DNA Learning Centers in Cold Spring Harbor and Brooklyn, New York.
The Forsyth Institute Student Scholars Remote Science Camps is for middle and high school students interested in science. 5-day Remote Science Camps, introducing students to the oral health research-focused science in which Forsyth scientists specialize—microbiology, immunology, bones and teeth, public health, and oral health. Middle school camps will focus on one specialty area each day. High school camps will focus on a single topic per camp session: microbiology, immunology, etc.
Wicked Cool For Kids offers fun, educational hands-on STEAM enrichment programming for kids K–5th grade at home. They provide complete science kits at home and weekly interactive online classes focusing on science, engineering, and coding. In-person programs are available and listed in the “Current Program Locations” tab.
Aloha Mind Math offers kids ages 6-12 small online classes led by a qualified instructor to help develop your child’s skill and confidence in math by learning mental math techniques. Appropriate for a variety of skill levels, build success and have fun with number sense activities in this STEM enrichment program!
Mathnasium offers a program called [email protected]: Live, face-to-face, online math tutoring with the same instructors and material that is taught in their centers. Along with a team of instructors who teach math in a way that makes sense, Mathnasium provides a fun and engaging environment for kids of all levels to explore math and build confidence. Find a center offering online sessions near you by visiting the website and entering your zip code.
Russian School of Mathematics is offering K-12 online or in-person math courses this summer. Test prep courses including SAT I, ISEE, and more are also available. Online classes, which are teacher-led, interactive, and closely mimic in-person classes, are available at every location. Many of RSM Massachusetts branches also offer in-person classes that follow all COVID-19 guidelines.
sySTEMic flow’s Online Math Institute Program offers 5-week courses to entering 4th–12th-grade students. Their wide variety of subjects includes Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Trigonometry, all packed with the information students need to pass their math class and prepare for the next.
A note on university-based summer programs.
Due to the sheer number of programs, this list does not feature programs run by colleges and universities. If you want a university-based program, it’s best to search on a specific topic. For instance, you might search on ‘[name of a university near you] pre-college summer [robotics] programs.’ For example, in my home state, UMass Amherst and Worcester Polytechnic Institute offer a variety of summer virtual offerings.
Summer camps | College | College of Science and Engineering
Youth are invited to engage and build capacity through immersive, on-campus explorations of science, engineering, technology, or mathematics.
- During this three-day, interactive virtual conference, participants will network with peers while learning about current topics in research and academic programs, and will explore potential careers through virtual presentations, laboratory tours, science and technology demonstrations, and question and answer sessions.
- Students entering grades 11 and 12 in fall 2021 are eligible to apply
- Organized by University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering Student Services
- Visit the Discover STEM web page.
Girls Inc. at the YWCA of Minneapolis–Eureka!
- Eureka! is a five-year summer and school year program for girls focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Eureka! builds sisterhood with girls from all over the Twin Cities, exploring their career interests and dreams while supporting them through high school graduation and preparing them for the next step in their post-secondary education.
- A partnership between Girls Inc. at the YWCA of Minneapolis and the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota
- Girls eligible to apply are current 7th graders (entering 8th grade in the upcoming fall)
- Visit the Eureka! website or call 612-215-4369.
IMA-MathCEP Math Modeling Camp
- This week-long summer camp will offer high school students the chance to use their mathematical skills to analyze real-world situations. Under the supervision of educators and University faculty, participants will work collaboratively on open-ended modeling problems, develop practical solutions, and present results to their peers.
- High school students who have completed a year-long course in single variable calculus by the end of the current school year.
- Organizer: Institute for Mathematics and its Applications and School of Mathematics Center for Educational Programs
- Visit the MathCEP enrichment website.
National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI)
- This free two-week summer day camp at the University of Minnesota will introduce youth to the many aspects of the transportation field through field trips around the Twin Cities, participating in hands-on lab activities, and learning from experts about what it’s like to work in transportation.
- Learn how different parts of the transportation system work together to keep you (and the things you buy) moving in cars, trucks, planes, and boats in Minnesota and beyond. Go behind the scenes on exciting field trips to places like the Minneapolis–St. Paul Airport, St. Paul Port Authority, Metro Transit, FedEx, and more. Take a spin in a driving simulator and learn how it’s used to make our roads safer.
- Entering grades 7-9
- Organizer: Center for Transportation Studies
- Contact information: Email Claire Johnson at [email protected] or call 612-625-5608.
- Visit the NSTI website.
Machine Learning Virtual Summer Camp
Technology Day Camp
- This three-day summer camp explores the wonders of technology, robotics, and college in general; free diversity and outreach program
- Grades 6-8
- Organizer: Digital Technology Center and the Center for Distributed Robotics
- Visit the Tech Camp website.
Summer Computer Academy
- This week-long day camp teaches the foundations of computer programming using Python. It includes lectures on the fundamental programming concepts and on the Python programming language, together with extensive hands-on experience in a computer lab.
- Participants have ample time to work in a computer lab to develop programs for small robots, image processing, and other applications under close supervision of teaching assistants. In addition, there are a variety of career planning and discovery activities.
- Female students grades 6–12, with or without previous programming experience.
- Visit the Summer Computer Academy website.
For a teenager, an active vacation camp is an indispensable condition for successful learning. Why camp? The answer to this question and how to choose a camp for outdoor activities for teenagers will be described below.
Active camp for teenagers on vacation – why go?
Active holidays: what is the difference between going to a children’s camp and spending time at home or at your grandmother’s? First of all, the fact that in the camp a teenager meets new peers.This is important due to the age characteristics of children 11-14 years old: communication with peers during this period of life comes to the fore. The teenager is aware of himself as a part of the team, looking for his place. Often at school, a teenager cannot find the place in the team that is comfortable for him – it is not always possible to show the qualities in which he is strong. Getting into a new team, a teenager gets the opportunity to relive this process anew, try a new strategy of behavior, realize new facets of his personality in relation to the team.
Active recreation camps for teenagers with “Kompunet”: features
Why do we offer active camps for teenagers? Because, again, returning to age characteristics, adolescents no longer need so much needlework, drawing, fairy-tale worlds – they need as much activity as possible, and, basically, this activity should be communicative.
In general, speaking about active camps for teenagers, we can conditionally divide them according to the types of activity into camps with:
- Physical activity (military-patriotic, sports camps, expeditions, equestrian camps)
- Communication activity (camps with a large role-playing component, live quests)
- Mental activity (business camp or science camp)
And already, depending on the request of the parents and the child himself, you can choose a camp in which he will not only be interesting and comfortable, but he will receive personal growth and development.And, of course, rest. You can do this on the page of children’s holiday programs, or by contacting the office by phone or in person. We are always happy to provide comprehensive information and offer the best option for your teenager.
Children’s rest from Yekaterinburg is “Kompunet”
Children’s scientific camp “LANAT”. Reviews
on the basis of DOL “Zvezdochka”
Dmitriev KonstantinSocial media pages:
Seasons: summer, autumn, spring
Shifts: 7-21 days
Type of children’s camp: Others
Specialization: Physics, mathematics, engineering, biology, chemistry, programming, robotics, ecology, English
Age of adopted children: 9 to 17
Addresses and telephones of offices where to buy vouchers: tel.: +7 (499) 340-09-04
Activities: badminton, basketball, volleyball, newspaper publishing, discos / theme parties, entertaining science, zoology / botany / mycology, foreign language, computer / programming, construction, workshops, mathematics / logic, modeling, music / vocals, robotics , handicrafts, outdoor sports, dance / choreography, creativity, training, fencing, physical / chemical experiments, photography, football, chess, excursionsCamp Zvezdochka is located in the Chekhov district of the Moscow region, and is surrounded by forest.Fresh air, comfortable living conditions and a friendly atmosphere in the camp will make it a favorite place for recreation and creativity for your children!
Scientific laboratories are organized in our camp in many directions:
- Biochemistry with the basics of sanitary and ecological expertise
- Introduction to Software Development
- 3D Modeling
- Interesting Math
- Practical Chemistry
- Developmental Biology
- Vernier Digital Lab
At each shift, we add something new or change existing courses to make the classes interesting for both new participants and those who have already been on previous shifts.
In our camp, a scientific program, creativity and active games are harmoniously combined. That is why its members can achieve great success.
Every day necessarily begins with exercises, which are almost always carried out on the street. After the guys cheered up and put themselves in order, a delicious breakfast awaits them.
Training sessions are divided into two blocks: morning and evening. Within the framework of each block, several classes are held, organized according to the university system, in pairs.Such time planning turns out to be the most successful for research activities. Scientific work requires a comprehensive study of theory, principles of working with equipment, and experimental techniques. One pair is enough to, on the one hand, have time to complete the completed part of the study, and on the other, not get tired.
During a break between classes, children have the opportunity to both actively relax and play sports, and relax in their room.
After dinner, it’s time for a vibrant creative program, which includes quests, stage performances, intellectual games, contests and, of course, discos!
The program of each day of our shift turns out to be very dense and rich, but at the same time varied and not overloaded.This allows the children to have a good rest, gain new knowledge and strength during the holidays!
To ensure comfortable living conditions in the camp there are 3 modern dormitories for children, with 3 – 4-bed accommodation, individual bathrooms and showers, high-quality windows and doors.
The canteen of the Zvezdochka children’s health camp is designed for 450 seats; recently, all technological and refrigeration equipment has been replaced in the canteen.In the children’s health camp “Zvezdochka”, delicious and healthy five meals a day are organized, developed by nutritionists of the Institute of Nutrition of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences specifically for our camp. The menu has been developed taking into account all the requirements for nutrition in children’s health institutions. Every day, all the children vacationing in “Zvezdochka” receive milk and dairy products, meat, fish, vegetables and fruits, bread and bakery products, including fresh baked goods of our own production! Our chefs love what they do and have extensive experience in childcare.
The camp has a huge territory with gazebos, sports facilities, and a panda park. There are classrooms in the buildings for training sessions, and a large hall with a stage for creativity.
Children’s camps in the Moscow region for the summer of 2022
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Camp “Rainbow” is a modern camp with a year-round operation, located on a picturesque 6 hectares in the Odintsovo district of the Moscow region.DOL “Rainbow” is focused on the disclosure of creative potential and active recreation.
Shift 15 days
Banana Club Camp
Moscow region, Russia
Shift 15 days
The Banana Club children’s camp is located in the southeast of the Moscow Region, not far from the ancient city of Kolomna, surrounded by a coniferous forest on the banks of the Kolomenka River, on a landscaped area of a children’s and youth complex.
Shift 21 days
Moscow region, Russia
Shift 21 days
Children’s camp Energetik is located in one of the most ecologically clean areas of the Moscow region in the Ruzsky district of the Moscow region, on the banks of the Moskva river.
Shift 14 days
Moscow region, Russia
Shift 14 days
The Razvedbat children’s camp is located at 78 km of the Leningradskoe highway, on the fenced and guarded territory of the Vympel children’s health camp near Moscow.
Shift 21 days
Moscow region, Russia
Shift 21 days
The Children’s Health Camp The fulcrum is carrying out its programs on the basis of a boarding house in the south-west of the Moscow region, in a picturesque forest-park strip on the bank of a river with a sandy bottom and clear water. From Moscow 85 km from MKAD along the Kaluga highway. Here, in a place remote from settlements, the clean air of a coniferous forest (20 hectares) breathes and only children rest.
Children’s camps in Moscow and the Moscow region for the summer of 2022
Many parents of today’s schoolchildren have seen the time when a vacation trip to a summer pioneer camp was an obligatory attribute of Soviet childhood. Before each shift, the guys were amicably seated on buses and went to one of the many camps near Moscow.
Nowadays, recreation in children’s camps in the Moscow region is still in demand, but every year it becomes more and more specialized.Today, two camps are no longer alike. In an era of competition, children’s camps in Moscow and the Moscow region are striving to find their own face, and on the threshold of summer 2022, parents and children will surely face a choice. The company “Sunflowers Tour” will consider with you all possible options for organized recreation in the suburbs of Moscow or in the distant suburbs and will help you buy an inexpensive ticket to the camp.
The following types of children’s theme camps can be found in the Moscow region:
- Children’s health camps. Many children stay for the summer in the Moscow region, because the usual climatic zone has a better effect on their health than the sea and subtropics. In this case, it is better to relax in your native climate, for example, in the DOL “Point of support”.
- Educational camps. In Moscow, people are not accustomed to letting their children’s education take its course and want them to study even in summer. Well, this is possible: in language and scientific camps, children repeat English in a playful way, study mathematics or go through an economic quest.
- Creative camps. Music, dancing, painting are present in one way or another in every camp, but only a few of them (for example, “Energetik”) make the work of creative studios the highlight of their program.
- Sports and military sports camps. Let’s take a closer look at this group.
Sports camps in the Moscow region 2022
Physical culture is inseparable from the concept of a healthy lifestyle, and most families in one way or another introduce their children to sports.By the age of 14, teenagers, especially boys, usually master at least 2-3 team games, love and know how to swim, are interested in street dancing or skateboarding. Why not keep your child interested by sending him to a sports camp for children?
Let 2022 Summer Vacation Start With Sports! Among the inexpensive summer camps for children in the Moscow region is the sports and recreation camp “BANANA CLUB”. The infrastructure of the camp includes a professional gym, swimming pool, dance halls, playgrounds and even an equestrian sports complex.The Razvedbat camp offers for the summer 2022 a military-sports program, unique for the Moscow region, at a price of 26,000 rubles for the course of a young soldier. It includes training in army skills (including living in a tent), team sports games and leisure activities. Sports camps in the Moscow region are waiting for your children!
Buy a ticket to a camp in the Moscow region
The camps of the Moscow region for the summer of 2022 delight with a low price, interesting thematic programs and proximity to home.Travel company “Sunflowers Tour” invites you and your children to take advantage of our offer.
To buy a ticket to a children’s camp in Moscow or Moscow region:
- carefully review the list on the page and select the appropriate camp;
- leave a request in the booking form and wait for its confirmation;
- after confirming the reservation, pay the cost of the voucher in our office, through Sberbank-Online or courier.
It remains to prepare documents and medical certificates , collect necessary things and calmly wait for the departure.
Please contact us by phone +7 (964) 647-31-18, +7 (915) 411-75-29 or e-mail [email protected] .
Wish your children a wonderful summer vacation in 2022!
Superinform Baby – Youth camp, full catalog of camps, reviews, travel agencies.ABOUT SCHOOL WHO IS McGUFFIN?
McGuffin is a famous film term coined by Alfred Hitchcock.
MacGuffin is a thing that everyone wants to have and, by receiving, gains strength. James Bond Suitcase, Cinderella Shoe,
secret weapons or important documents – all this is needed by the main character and antagonist, and all this is a McGuffin.
Adventure movies, thrillers, pirate novels, myths and even fairy tales are all built around McGuffin.
Studying at a film school begins with a name.LEARN TO MAKE MOVIES
McGuffin Film School – the first film school for teenagers and young people, the result of training in which are short films and videos, independently – from idea to editing –
created by students.
All projects are supported by experienced filmmakers (producers, directors, cameramen, production designers, actors), as well as with the participation of well-known filmmakers.CINEMA AS PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
The study of film theory and practice is the study of history,
world art culture, digital technologies
and modern communication methods.
Working with filmmakers enables transmission of
experience and interaction with existing professionals.
Making a movie from idea to editing is a teamwork skill,
to bring things to the end, this is the development of taste and much more.
Films become a tool for communication with the outside world,
parents and a means of expressing their thoughts.RESULT
The result that you can “touch” is a short feature film
and its premiere on the big screen.
And, of course, creative self-realization, an increase in the general cultural level, the development of taste,
fantasy and memory, thinking outside the box, teamwork, self-presentation skills,
the ability to clearly express one’s position, dedication and discipline – all this is also a result.FORMATS
In any format, a film school can become like a window to
profession, and in a simple way to master modern
multimedia tools, broaden your horizons
and build strength of character.
On a permanent basis, the film school works in Moscow and St. Petersburg on-site and online.Intensive outreach programs are held throughout Russia, as well as in Latvia, Thailand, Greece, Hong Kong, Montenegro, etc.BRIEFLY ABOUT FILM SCHOOL MORE ABOUT THE FILM SCHOOL PERMANENT SCHOOL
The theory and practice of making a movie – twice a week with a break for the holidays.
Among the teachers there are active filmmakers who are able to explain the most complex processes of filmmaking in simple language.
Professional actors and mentors often take part in the filming of films, while the children remain the main ones on the set.
Each semester ends with the premiere of student films on the big screen, inviting media and renowned filmmakers.
More about schools >>KINOKAMP
Happens in different parts of the world and, as a rule, on vacation.Russia, Montenegro, Hong Kong, Greece, Bulgaria, Thailand, etc. It is here that special ideas appear and strong creative teams are formed, and the film itself becomes the result of exploring a new space and culture.
The program of each camp includes an intensive filmmaking course with the creation of projects from idea to editing, sea, sun, beach, excursions, sports and creative activities, joint work of young filmmakers with professionals, filming, their solemn premiere and a camp-wide Oscar at the end of the shift …
More about cinema camps >>INTENSIVE COURSES
For those who want to quickly and efficiently pump up their directing, cinematography, acting and other creative muscles.
Short-term (from two days to a month) courses for children and youth on separate sections of filmmaking: “How to write a script”, “Cinematography”, “Basics of producing”, “Editing and sound in cinema”, “How to make your first film” and etc.
Theoretical knowledge is consolidated in practical assignments, and the result is in an independently created project.
You can study one course or several, trying yourself in different areas of the profession and choosing the closest one.
More about courses >>INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
Permanent film school program adjusted for the schedule and level of knowledge.
In the first lesson, the teacher assesses the degree of preparation of the student and develops a personalized training course. Time, place and method (face-to-face / online) are discussed individually.
You can do practice both on the set of films of the film school, and on your own, gathering your own team of like-minded people.
With this format, it becomes easier to fit lessons into a busy schedule, and it becomes more difficult to ignore homework.
In film school, it is not customary to say “teachers”. Each group has an artistic director who, from idea to premiere, supports young filmmakers, edits the script, teaches how to work with actors and advises on editing.Mentors pass on their experience from big cinema in a specific creative profession – cinematography, sound engineering, editing, color correction, production, etc. And our guests are masters – famous filmmakers who can inspire with their success and achievements.
All teachers >>PUPILS
Evgeny Gamov studied at the film school for the longest time.For four years, he has created about 10 feature short films in various statuses: screenwriter, director, producer, cameraman, editor, sound engineer, colorist, composer and composer. Now students and alumni of the film school make up the McGuffin Universe community. The nature and atmosphere of every course, every set and the entire film school is an interaction between students, mentors and ideas.
All students >>FILMS
Films of students are considered one of the best educational works, they regularly become laureates of festivals and get on television.You can watch and subscribe to the film school channel here >>McGUFFIN FEST
The McGuffin Fest International Film and Video Art Festival for Youth includes several festive days of a competitive program of films from authors under 18 years old, master classes and lectures, a business program, gala premieres, meetings with famous filmmakers and the McGuffin Talents educational campus.TEAM MCGUFFIN DARIA GLADYSHEVA
Founder and ideologist of the film school.
Since 2007 in filmmaking. Professional director of editing feature films: “Dovlatov” (directed by A. German, Jr.), “Blockbuster” (directed by Roman Volobuev), “Hunter” (directed by Bakur Bakuradze), “Metro” (directed by Anton Megerdichev) and dr.
More >>OLGA CHERNIENKO
Film School Coordinator, Voice and Hands.
McGuffin graduate. Receives a higher education in directing.
More >>EKATERINA GOLOVLEVA
Co-founder and producer of McGuffinFEST. She is studying to be a documentary filmmaker.ANASTASIA MOLCHANOVA
Head of the film school in St. Petersburg.Director of feature films.
More >>NIKOLAY POLYAKOV
Technical and moral support for the film school.HISTORY OF THE FILM SCHOOL
The McGuffin Film School was organized by a team of young filmmakers and began its independent work in 2011 with a series of public lectures delivered by renowned film professionals: directors Andrey Proshkin, Vladimir Khotinenko, Klim Shipenko and Alexander Gordon, screenwriter Alexander Adabashyan, actor Maxim Sukhanov, film critic Mikhail Ratgauz, cameramen Igor Grinyakin and Fyodor Lyass, sound engineer Boris Voit and other eminent filmmakers and film critics.
In the same year, the film school became the organizer of pre-premiere screenings of original films-participants and laureates of international festivals, as well as professional discussions with their creators.
In 2012, the first enrollment was announced for the “Advanced Cinema Spectator Course” with the slogan “The Spectator is also a Profession”. As part of the course, filmmakers lectured and conducted master classes in all creative filmmaking professions.
“An alternative territory for the formation of an expert view of cinema” – this was written on the first banners of the film school.And the students’ acquaintance with the film school began with the question “Who is McGuffin?”
The film school conducted intensive basic courses in various professions and regularly became an educational partner of film festivals.
In 2013, the programs were adapted for a teenage audience and since then the main activity of the film school has been focused on youth.
in 2014, a new slogan of the film school appeared – “Cinema as personal development”.
In 2015, the ZIL Cultural Center and the Zodchie Cultural Center in Moscow became the main sites of McGuffin.
In 2016, a film school was opened in St. Petersburg on the basis of the Lendok film studio.
McGuffin is an educational partner of YouTube practice labs, youth festivals and organizer of several educational projects.
The McGuffin Film School is the initiator and organizer of the McGuffin International Film and Video Festival for Children and Youth, the main screening of films by McGuffin students and other youth film schools.
Today, McGuffin teaches adolescents all creative film professions on an ongoing basis, conducts intensive field programs around the world, recruits editing courses for children and adults, including online.
McGuffin Film School. Cinema as a personality development.90,000 Rest program for the children’s day camp “Read, think about, discuss – and you defeat the evil Antiknigin virus!” Sort by: Region:
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AllAbasheev A.V. – regional representative Abdullina NI – director of the regional state budgetary institution of social services “Parus of Hope” in the settlement Kuzovatovo of the Ulyanovsk region. Abdushakhmanova Yu. N. – teacher of additional education Avdeeva Elena Leonidovna – deputy head for VRAvzalova Svetlana Shamilevna – methodologist of MAU DO Nizhnevartovsk “CDT” Autonomous non-profit organization “Agency for innovative development” Authors of the equestrian sports club “Career” Authors a team led by Spirina Lyudmila Viktorovna – associate professor of the Kuban University, candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant to the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Krasnodar Territory A.V. Dzheus, President of the CC PA “Youth Chamber of Kuban”. Agaeva Dzhehuna Shahlar kyzy – Social teacher № 13 of the city of Dzerzhinsk, Nizhny Novgorod region Akimova T.I. – director Akimova Natalya Leonidovna – director Akimushkina Elena Nikolaevna – social educator Aleksandrovna Tatyana Kuznetsova – methodologist Alekseeva Tatyana Yurievna – primary school teacher, organizer of LDPA Alekseeva Olga Olegovna Alekseeva of additional education Voskhod Alekseeva Alekseeva of additional education Galina Vladimirovna – Deputy Director for V.R. Alyoshina Natalia Evgenievna – primary school teacher, senior educator. Alikina O. V. – camp director Alisova Ksenia Alekseevna – senior leader Alt E. Ya. – head of the camp Alcheka Irina Afanasyevna – primary school teacher Ambarnikova Lyubov Ivanovna – methodologist for working with children and adolescents Amosov A. – Chairman of the Council of the “Union of Pioneer Organizations” of the Nizhny Novgorod Region Andinsh Bruno Viktorovich – Lecturer at ANO SPO “Kaliningrad Business College” Andinsh B.V – Lecturer at ANO SPO “Kaliningrad Business College” Andreev M.V. – teacher of additional education Andreev Vasily Mikhailovich – Methodist Andreeva S. V. – teacher of additional education Andronyak Olga Vladimirovna – deputy director Andryukhina Alena Anatolyevna – social teacher Anikina Elena Anatolyevna – primary school teacher, senior counselor Anfertyeva N.I. Tatyana Viktorovna – teacher for the development of perception and reproduction of oral speech MKOU S (K) SHI No. 37, Novosibirsk, deputy.Director of GAU DO NSO SOK “Green Republic” A. Apetyan – senior methodologist Arabadzhieva V. D. – teacher of the Kalmyk language MBOU “Yashaltinskaya secondary school” Arakelova Lilia Artavazovna – Head of the department for sports and methodological work Arapova E. G. – head of the highest qualification category Arestova Margarita Romanovna – Teacher of additional education Artemyeva Olga Sergeevna – head of the structural unit (head of the camp) Asafova T.F – camp methodologist Astafieva N. Yu.S. – deputy director for water resources management of MBUDO TSVRastashina L. D. -, methodologist of MBOU DOD SUUT, Nizhnelomovskiy district Astashkin Artem. Astashkin Artyom. Afanasyeva Irina Mikhailovna – head of the Central Children’s Library Ayupova I. R. – teacher-organizer of the exemplary collective Gnom children’s television studio Bagautdinova D. Sh. – head. methodical office Bagautdinova D. Sh. – head. Bazhenova Margarita Anatolyevna – Deputy Director for educational work Bazhina S. V. – Deputy Director for educational work MBOU Secondary School No. 137 Baiguzova T.I. Baikalov Andriyan Valentinovich – Director Baikalov A. V. Baikalova Anna Yurievna – Deputy Director for Teaching and Educational Work Baikalova A. Yu. Bakaeva Lyudmila Aleksandrovna – Deputy Director for SD MAOU Secondary School No. 2 Baranov V. N. – Ph.D., m. D., associate professor, teacher of the highest category Baranova Victoria Valentinovna – head of the organizational-mass department Baranova V.V. – Head of the organizational-mass department Baranova O.V. – Ph.D., Honored Worker of Public Education, Associate Professor Barbaroshie Anastasia Valerievna – Deputy Director for VVVR Bareshkina Yu.N. Barminov G. A. – Director of the KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” Barminov G. A. – Director of the KOGAUK “Center of Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” Barsagaeva Ekaterina Igorevna – methodologist Bartminskaya T. M. – Director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of the KSA KSH “APKMKM »Bataeva Natalya Nikolaevna – Senior Methodist of the Department of Development and Implementation of Projects Natalya Bataeva – Senior Methodist of the Department of Development and Implementation of Projects Nadezhda Anatolyevna Batina – Methodist Bakhmat Galina Nikolaevna – teacher of OBZH Bednaya Ekaterina Sergeevna – Head of the Children’s Camp, teacher of Russian language and literature M. BezrukikhM. Bekker O. M. – Director of MBOUDOD STC “Mechanic” Belaya L. A. – Deputy Director of MAOU DOD CDH “MEC” Vera Nikolaevna – Educator of the GPD, head of the camp Berdyugina ME – senior counselor of the camp “Chemist”, commissioner of the SPO “Iris” Berdyugina ME – senior counselor of the SPO “Chemist”, commissioner of the SPO “Iris” Berezina Lyubov Borisovna – teacher-organizer Deputy Director of MKU RDOL “Bobrenok” Bibikova L.V. – head of the children’s camp “Solnechny” Biryukov Sergey Alexandrovich – senior educator Biryukova T. A. Bisikalo Roman Alexandrovich – head of the camp Bogatova Natalya Valerievna – Teacher-organizer Bogatykh Tatyana Vladimirovna – teacher of choral disciplines, teacher-organizer Bogdanova L. V. – specialist in domestic tourism LLC “Travel Industry” Bodunova Natalya Alekseevna – school psychologist Boyko Igor Valerievich – Shift manager Boychuk Andrey Ivanovich – Program manager Bolshakov Yuri Robertovich – teacher of additional education MAUDONizhnevartovsk “CDT” Bondarenko O. T. – teacher-organizer of the Palace of Children and Youth Creativity in Orenburg of the highest qualification category; Director for VRBryakunova A.A. – teacher of additional education at ZDOL “Gems” Buboleva Olga Valerievna – senior counselor Buboleva O. V. – senior counselor of the summer school Buboleva O.V. – teacher-defectologist Budnitskaya Yulia Yuryevna – methodologist Bulgakov Dmitry Borisovich – director Burdi Alexey Alexandrovich – teacher-organizer Burdo Evgenia Olegovna – teacher-organizer Burlak Y. V. – teacher of additional education Busoedova T. A. – Chairman of the Council of the Transbaikal Regional Children’s Public Organization “Republic of Young Transbaikalites “Busygina L.E. – head of the camp Bybina Victoria Mikhailovna – Head of the department Bychkova Ekaterina Vladimirovna – primary school teacher Budgetary institution of social protection of the population of the Sokolsky municipal district” Center for social assistance to families and children “M. – teacher GPDValueva T. V. – Kindergarten “Berezka” Varga Tatyana Alekseevna – teacher of additional education Varlamova Lyubov Sergeevna – director of MBOU DOD “SOB” Meridian “Vasilyev V. A. – Director of ANO” Diabetic Union of the Udmurt Republic “Vasilyeva Victoria Sergeevna – teacher – organizerVasilievna Tatyana Sheina – teacher-organizerVatolin S.O.Sci., Associate Professor, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov Veraksa Alexander Nikolaevich – Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Psychology, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosova Vereshkina Maria Aleksandrovna – Teacher-organizer Vershinina Natalya Vladimirovna – methodologist Vetlugina Galina Alekseevna – teacher organizer Vetlyanskikh M.V. – Deputy Director for VR Angelica Gennadievna Vetkhalova – Deputy Director for VR Vechtomova Olga Vasilievna Vechtomova G. Vladimirovna – teacher of primary classesA. – deputy director for VRVlasova O. Ya. – head of the organizational and methodological department Vlasova I.S. – teacher organizer, deputy. head of the camp at MBOU “Lyceum No. 21” in Pervouralsk Voytintsev Vitaly Petrovich – teacher of additional education, teacher of informatics Volgina Oksana Nikolaevna – teacher of primary classes Volkova Ekaterina Sergeevna – methodologist of the joint venture “Fregat” Volkova O. V. – specialist of the organizational and methodological department Volkova Tatyana Petrovna – teacher Volokhov Alexey Vasilievich – Chairman of the International Union of Children’s Public Associations SPO-FDOV. – teacher of supplementary education of the highest qualification category of the department “Children’s Order of Mercy” Voronin I. V. – Head of the Information Technology Department of the Institute of Problems of Laser Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Vorontsova Olga Anatolyevna – Senior Educator Vorontsova Elizaveta Valerievna – Deputy Head for educational work of the children’s educational institution “Northern Dawn” Vtorushina Natalya Borisovna – pedagogue-psychologist Vysotsky V. B. – Associate Professor of the Department of Methods of Teaching History of the Academy of Advanced Training and Professional Retraining of Educators, Candidate of Psychological Sciences Gazizova Z.R. – specialist in social work of the rehabilitation department for children and adolescents with disabilities, BU “Complex center of social services for the population” Harmony “L. Gaysina – methodologist Galieva Aigul Fanilovna – teacher-librarian, educator GPDGanieva A. G. – computer science teacher at MBOU School No. 9 Ganovicheva S. V. – Deputy Director for educational work of the camp Ganzhina Oksana Nikolaevna – Deputy Director Gaponova Natalya Vladimirovna – Deputy Director for VR Garaev A.R. – Chairman of the COMOO “World without Borders” Garayeva L. V. – Deputy Director for educational work Garmash N.B. – teacher of physical culture Gelyas Yulia Viktorovna – teacher-organizer Geogdzhaeva I. V. – Senior counselor (teacher of additional education GBOU gymnasium No. 1306 ) Gimazova Elmira Minnefanilovna – registration of the English language; Gladysheva D.M.McGuffin “Glazov Vladimir Aleksandrovich – senior methodologist of MBOU” Educational-methodical and information center “, Michurinsk, Tambov region Glukhova MV – deputy. Director for Academic Affairs, MAOU “Career Planning” Deafness Nadezhda Nikolaevna – primary school teacher Gogulya Anastasia Anatolyevna – primary school teacher Olga Aleksandrovna Golovachuk – social teacher of MBOU “Kolyubakinskaya secondary school” Ekaterina Konstantinovna Gololobova – teacher of additional educationB. -. moderator of the course “Cloud technologies” Goman Sergey Stanislavovich – director of the GBU DO KO “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” Goman S. S. – Director of the GBU DO KO “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” V. Gorbacheva – Director of the Children’s Center “Alye Parusa” “Gorbikova Svetlana Borisovna – head of the 1st shift camp Gordeeva Nadezhda Vladimirovna – primary school teacher Gorokhova Elena Stanislavovna – Executive Director State budgetary educational institution of additional education for children” House of youth technical creativity “Grachev S.S. – Head of the camp Grebennikova O. A. – primary school teacher MBOU “Secondary school №3” Grebennikova L. I. – director Grekova L. N. – primary school teacher, head of the summer health school camp Grepechuk Irina Anatolyevna – teacher of the extended day group Grigoriev S N. – director Grigoriev Sergey Nikolaevich – director of the center Grineva T.M. – head of the children’s educational and recreation camp “Romashka”, head of the Department of Stage Creativity of the Palace of Children and Youth Creativity (DTDiM) Grinko Irina Igorievna – head of the department Gritsai L.A. – Director of MBU DOL “Zarya” Grishanova Natalya Gennadievna – Deputy Director for educational work Grishanova Larisa Borisovna – Head of Department Grishin Maxim Yurievich – Program Manager Grishina Yulia Sergeevna – Deputy Director of MOU DO “Palace of Children and Youth Creativity” Grishina Larisa Valentinovna – teacher of additional education A. – teacher of additional education MBOU DOD CDOD “Small Academy” Grozdeva IV – teacher of additional education, head of the association “Kuban Orthodox” Grosheva Zhanna Valerievna – teacher-organizer Grosheva Alena Yurievna – senior counselor of the children’s health camp “Pearl” Grudinina Anastasia Nikolaevna – head of the camp Gruzdeva Svetlana Aleksandrovna – senior leader of the shift Gubanova E.A. – Art. teacher of MAOU DOOL “Solnechny” Gubareva Vera Fedorovna – head of the camp Guryanova OV – deputy director for UVR Guseva V. Ye. – deputy director for educational work of the camp Huseynov Farukh Akhmed-oglu – teacher-organizer Davydova Veronika Afanasyevna – artistic director of the ZTS “DYuT” Daderkina Natalya Mikhailovna – methodologist Demidova Galina Aleksandrovna – educator Denisenko M. F. – teacher-organizer Denisyuk A. V. – teacher-organizer of the “Central Discovery Center” Health “I. DenischikovaN. – gymnasium # 33, music teacher A. V. Dzheus – general director of FGBOU VDC “Orlyonok”, Ph.D. – member of the World without Borders COMOO L.A. Dolmatova – Deputy Director for Pedagogical Activities of the Children’s Center “Scarlet Sails” LLC Domnicheva Natalia Vladislavovna – teacher of additional education Donets S.P. – teacher-organizer (senior counselor) O. DorodnovaV. – Deputy Director for the organization of extracurricular and out-of-school educational work with children Dottueva Valentina Khizirovna – Deputy. Director Tatiana A. Dragulina – head of the short-term project Drozdov Alexander Nikolaevich – teacher of geography and OBJDrozdova Tamara Aleksandrovna – deputy. director for water resources management, teacher of biology and ecology Druzhinina N.V. – deputy director of the Alnash children’s and youth sports school Duvanskaya Elena Vladimirovna – teacher-psychologist Dudorova E.V. – head of the camp (primary school teacher) Dulesova Natalya Aleksandrovna – head of the methodological department of LLC KTsSPM Methods “Dulesova N.A. Dunina Maria Mironovna – teacher-organizer Dusheiko Oksana Yurievna – Deputy director for educational work Evgrafova Tatyana Evgenievna – teacher-organizer Evdokhina A.A. – teacher-organizer (senior leader) Evstegneeva A.A. – Ph.D., associate professor of the department “Social pedagogy”, specialist of the social and pedagogical service of the IPP, head of the psychological service of the camp “Komsorg” Evstratova Alina Aleksandrovna – teacher-organizer of the GBU DO KO “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” A. A. Evstratova- teacher-organizer of GBU DO KO “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” Egorov Andrey Gennadievich – Head of the SALUT SLC, Ekenina N.V. – Deputy Director for educational work Elagin Ivan Vitalievich – Deputy Director of GAU DOD NSO DSOSLKD “Olympian” Elganova S.S. – Director Elizarova O. N. – Chief Specialist of the Department of Education of the Administration of the city of Reutov Tatyana Sergeevna Elina – Deputy Director for UVREMelianenko M.M. – Deputy Chairman of the Altai Center for Celiac Disease JSC Emelyanova N.P. – Deputy Director for Time Management Tatiana Vitalievna Melyanova – Methodist Natalya Aleksandrovna Eremeeva – Additional Education Teacher Eremenko GA – Head. Eremina Natalya Aleksandrovna – Teacher of additional education Erokhina Tatyana Aleksandrovna – Deputy Director for educational work of the MAOU Secondary School No. 1 of the city of Tambov Elena Sergeevna – senior counselor Esina V.A. – Deputy Director for Department of Internal Affairs of the Municipal Budgetary General Educational Institution of the Secondary School No. 3. Pushchino, Moscow Region, V. Efremov – Methodist of TOIPKROZharkov V. A. Zharkova M. A. Zhdanova Olga Aleksandrovna – Deputy Director for SD MAOU Secondary School No. 2 Zhirnova Svetlana Vladimirovna – head of the camp, teacher Zhneikina An. Yu. – teacher – organizer of the exemplary collective children’s television studio “Gnome” Zhuzhgova Marina Yurievna – deputy director for educational work Zhulidov Dmitry Vladimirovich – Director of GAU “Orlyonok” Zhulkina E.V. – Deputy Director for educational work Zavarina E. A. – Head and teacher of the fashion theater “Alisa” in Ivanovo Zavarina E. A. – Head and teacher of the fashion theater “Alisa” in Ivanovo Zavyalova Svetlana Vadimovna – Head Zavyalova Svetlana Vadimovna – Head of preschool educational institution Zagudaeva Valentina Alekseevna – Deputy Director for VR Zadorozhny Vladimir Anatolyevich – Head Zaznobina Marina Viktorovna – Head of the 2nd shift camp, primary school teacher Zaitsev Aleksey Ivanovich – Ph. Degree, Cand.physical-mat. Sci., Associate Professor, IKBFU I. Kanta Zalesova E. A. Zamyslov Alexander Leonidovich – director of the Krasnopoletskaya secondary school Zamyslova Valentina Ivanovna – director of the NOU Toropetskaya gymnasium named after Patriarch Tikhon Zapolskaya Elena Leonidovna – director, head teacher V. – Deputy Director for Water Resources Management Elena Anatolyevna Zlobina – Deputy Director for VR Zorina-Komarovskikh Natalia Gennadievna – Project Manager A. ZubakhinA. – Deputy General Director for Educational Activities, Personnel Management and Public Relations of FSBEI VDC “Orlyonok”, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences Zubova Galina Nikolaevna – School Director Zueva Irina Borisovna – Methodist of GAU DO NSO SOK “Green Republic” Zykova LN – Deputy Head for educational work Zyryanova Olga Nikolaevna – head. library, head of student government; Ivanishchenko Z. I. – head of department Ivanov Andrey Ivanovich – Director Ivanova A.A. – teacher-organizer of the camp Ivanova Svetlana Vladimirovna – deputy director of the Lyceum for IKTI; Ivanova Elena Sergeevna – teacher-organizer of the MAU “Camp of recreation and health improvement” Losyonok “Ivanova T. Ye. – school director Ivanova Y. N. – director Ivanova Ivan Ivanovich – specialist Igitova T. V. – Deputy Director for educational work of the “Krylatykh” children’s educational institution, teacher of additional education MBOU DOD “Center for the Development of Creativity of Children and Youth of the Leninsky District” in Barnaul T. P. Izman – Deputy Director for educational work N. InozemtsevaA. – Deputy Director Isakova N. V. – Senior Educator Isanbaev P. A. – Executive Director of ANOO “ICITR” ALEF “Iher T. P. – Deputy Director for Scientific Work Ishina Irina Ivanovna – Deputy Director for VRishkova E. V. – Deputy Director. Ishmetova E.A., Head of the Organizational and Methodological Department, Maria Vasilievna Kabakova, Head of the RMC KGBOUDOD “Altai” Kabanov, Pavel N. Kabanova, Teacher of Additional Education, Valentina Vladimirovna Kabanova, Methodist.A. – program manager (head of the student self-government development department of the State Budgetary Educational Institution “ Team ”) Kabachenko Daria Alekseevna – senior counselor (Head of the student self-government development department of the State Budgetary Educational Institution “ Command “) Team “) Kadankova NN – Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology and Psychophysiology of the Humanitarian Institute of the branch of NArFU named after M.V. Lomonosov in Severodvinsk Kadzasov Aleksey Viktorovich – Deputy Director of the State Budgetary Institution of the Regional Youth Center Kazakova Natalya Dmitrievna – Director of the GAU DO NSO SOK “Green Republic” Kazakova Tatyana Evgenievna – Head of the Resource Center Kakurova L.D. – teacher of additional education Kalashnikova T. A. – teacher-psychologist Kalinskaya Svetlana Gennadievna – primary school teacher Kalmykova Tatyana Vasilievna – head. Kanashina E. A. – Deputy Director for educational work Kandyba Svetlana Stepanovna – Head of the Department of Aesthetics of Life of MAU DO Nizhnevartovsk “CDT” – Documentary specialist Karpunina V.A. – senior methodologist Sergey Aleksandrovich Kartoshkin – Deputy Head of the Department of Education, Science and Youth Affairs of the Smolensk Region Tatyana Viktorovna Kashirina – GPD educator L. N. Kashkareva – Chairperson of the Altai Center for Celiac Disease OJSC Kelashchuk E. A. – Deputy Director Kelbas Rimma Vladimirovna – Deputy Director Director for teaching and educational work Kibalnikova E.V. – Director of the Municipal budgetary educational institution of secondary school No. 3O. Pushchino, Moscow Region, Kimaeva Tatyana Borisovna – Teacher-organizer Kirilenko Marina Aleksandrovna – teacher of additional education Kirilyuk Galina Dmitrievna – teacher of primary classes Kiselkova Olga Valerievna – Head of the camp Kisina O. V. Kitaeva Viktoria Vladimirovna – Director of MKU “Ramonsky District Youth Center” – Klimenko Klimova G.S. – primary school teacher Klokova Yulia Yurievna – Methodist Klyshko Sergey Petrovich – director of MBU “CSP” Siberian Legion “Klyan Irina Yusupovna – teacher-organizer Kobyakova M.V. – acting director of the children’s and youth sports school Alexey Viktorovich Kozlov – teacher of OBZhKoznova Olga Viktorovna – Head of the LDP, teacher of the highest category. Koksunova N.B. – member of the Republican Association of Kalmyk language teachers, teacher of the Kalmyk language MOKU “Khar-Buluk secondary school” Staff of the Department of Pedagogy of the Chelyabinsk State Pedagogical Kolomeychenko Svetlana Egorovna – teacher-organizer Elena Valerievna Koloskova – Deputy Director for educational work MBOU Stezhenskaya secondary schoolN. – educator Komlyk D. N. – responsible for educational work, music teacher, art school 10 “Koneva E. M. – head of the organizational-mass department of TsDYuTT Konkina A. V. – Head of the camp (primary school teacher) Konovalova Nadezhda Aleksandrovna – deputy director for VR Konovalova Natalya Viktorovna – teacher of additional education Kopashina O.V. Kopeiko Svetlana Fedorovna – teacher – organizer Kopylova A. V. – Deputy head of the children’s camp “Olympic” for educational work Kopytova Yu. V. – Chairman of the Council of the KODOO “Youth of the Vyatka Territory” Korobova Tatyana Evgenievna – Head of the camp (teacher) Korovyakovskaya Nadezhda Valentinovna – Deputy Director for VR Koroleva Elena Viktorovna – Director Korotkova O. V. – Deputy Director for FERKorchagina V.N. – Director of the State Public Institution of Public Institution “Volgograd Regional Rehabilitation Center for Children and Adolescents with Disabilities” Vdohnovenie “Korshunov Alexey Vladimirovich – Cand.sociol. Sci., Professor of Moscow State Pedagogical University Korshunov Aleksey Vladimirovich – Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Professor of the Pedagogy and Psychology Department of the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology of Moscow State Pedagogical University, Laureate of the RF Government Prize in Education, Vice-Rector of Moscow State Pedagogical University, Honored Trainer of the Russian Federation Olga Vyacheslavovna Kosova – teacher-organizer Yulia Valentina Aleksandrovna Kostyaeva – Senior Leader Anatolyevna – primary school teacher Koshman N.V. – candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of FSBEI HPE “NGPU” N. Kraeva – speech therapist Director of MBOUDOD TsRTDiU “Sozvezdiye”Kaluga, head of the MESHDOM MV Krupnova – methodologist of the Lazurniy Kruchinina VN – Director Olga Olegovna Krylova – Deputy Director for scientific and methodological work Svetlana Nikolaevna Krylova – Librarian Aigul Abbasovna Kubrina – teacher Kuguk Svetlana Anatolyevna, head of the Russian language and literature Kudashov G. N. Kudashova Maria Ilyinichna – methodologist of MAUDO in Nizhnevartovsk “CDT” Kudymova Maria Aleksandrovna – deputy director of MBOUDOD CDTDYU “Sozvezdie” in Kaluga, deputy head of MESHDOM Kuzvesova Elena Yurievna – Deputy director for educational work Kuznetsova S.V. – teacher-organizer; Kuznetsova Ya. A. – teacher of additional education; – Head of the Experimental Center of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for civil-patriotic and spiritual and moral education of adolescents and youth Kuklina Galina Yakovlevna – Head of the structural unit of the State Educational Institution of Children’s Education of the Novosibirsk Region “Center for the Development of Creativity of Children and Youth” Kukonkova Nina Vasilyevna – Head of the health campN. – head of the camp, head of the department of socialization and state support of childhood of the Ministry of Education of the Ryazan region Deputy Director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Republican Natural and Mathematical School at ASU” Kuranina N.M. – Shift Supervisor (Deputy Director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Education “Team”) Kuranina Nadezhda Mikhailovna – Head of the shift (Deputy Director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Education “Team”) Kuranina Nadezhda Mikhailovna – Shift Supervisor, Program Manager (Deputy Director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Education “Command”) Kurzova O.A. – head of the department “Children’s Order of Mercy” Kuritsyna Lyubov Vladimirovna – primary school teacher Kurlenko N. N. – senior educator of the summer school Kurnosova Elena Viktorovna – senior counselor Kucherenko Tatyana Aleksandrovna – deputy director for KVR Kucherova N. A. – primary school teacher Labensky Vladimir Nikolaevich – Deputy Director for Organizational and Mass Work, Head of the City Headquarters YUID Ladanova Nina Vladimirovna – Deputy Director for Innovation Work Lalaev Vladislav Georgievich – General Director Lapaeva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna – Senior counselor Lapinskaya Irina Anatolyevna – teacher of additional education Lapteva I.R. – the head of the psychological and pedagogical service Larcheva Nadezhda Vladimirovna – the head of the camp Lebedeva Olga Aleksandrovna – the social teacher Lebedkova E. A. – the deputy director of the UR MBOU DOD DYUT municipal district Meleuzovsky district RB Levakov Oleg Olegovich – the deputy director of the camp “Golden Horn” in the village of Komarovo S – Pb Levchenko Elena Aleksandrovna – methodologist of MAU DO Nizhnevartovsk “CDT” Levchenko Svetlana Nikolaevna – primary school teacher, senior counselorYu. – Member of the Republican Association of Kalmyk Language Teachers, teacher of the Kalmyk language MBOU “Ethnocultural Gymnasium No. 8 named after N. Ochirov” Lenskaya Tatiana Aleksandrovna – Senior Educator psychol. Sci., Associate Professor, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov Sergei Vladimirovich Leonov – PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Psychology, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosova Liksina E. V. Lisetskaya E. V. – candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of FSBEI HPE “NGPU” Lisetskaya Elena Veniaminovna – Head of the pedagogical team “DOM”, candidate of pedagogical sciences Lisina Olga Viktorovna – deputy.Lisina Elena Arkadyevna – scientific supervisor, consultant, candidate of pedagogical sciences, member of the Union of Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg Lisovskaya L.V. – head of the camp Litao Alla Viktorovna – teacher of additional education Litao Anzhela Yurievna – specialist in social work with youth Lifarenko Natalya Aleksandrovna Lobanova Elena Yurievna – Deputy Director for UVR Lomov Igor Nikolaevich – Director Lopa Natalya Aleksandrovna – Deputy Head of the Program (senior counselor of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Secondary School No. 2095 “Pokrovsky Quarter”) Lopa N.A. – head of the program (senior counselor of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Secondary School No. 2095 “Pokrovsky Quarter”) Lopa Natalya Aleksandrovna – head of the program (senior counselor of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Secondary School No. 2095 “Pokrovsky Quarter”) Lukyanenko Margarita Anatolyevna – head of the camp, teacher DOLUkyantseva Alena Stanislavovna – N. methodist B. – Deputy Director of MBOU DOD GDYUSSH MO Krasnodar Lunochkina Natalya Aleksandrovna – teacher – organizer Lutsenko Tatyana Nikolaevna – Director of the school Lygin I. N. – additional education OAOUDOD “Children’s Marine Center” KYUM “Lytkina Olga Sergeevna – teacher of additional education Lyubimov Vitaly Gelievich – head of the program A.V. – primary school teacher, I quarter. categories Mavrina Olga Grigorievna – deputy director, head of the camp Magadeev D.R. – teacher of additional education of the children’s creativity department of the VDC “Orlyonok” Mazina Svetlana Valentinovna – teacher of history Mazovetskaya E.V. – teacher of primary classes, head of the summer recreation area at MBOU secondary school №91 Mazurov A. G. – 4th year student of the Amur State University named after Sholem Aleichema “Mayorova Olga Nikolaevna – head of the camp Mayorova O.N. – head of the summer school Mayorova ON – primary school teacher Makarova G. O. Makeeva Irina Gennadievna – primary school teacher Makeeva A. G. Maklakova T. G. – Art. counselor DOL “Youth”, ped. detachment “Yunost” Maksimova Svetlana Mikhailovna – methodologist of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny” Maksimuk E.P. – Deputy Director for VR of the educational center “Beryozka” Makushin Alexander Mikhailovich – Deputy Director for educational work Malanina Zhaklina Zhanovna – Methodist and health improvement “Losyonok” Malygin I.M. – Deputy Director of the Municipal Unitary Enterprise of the Artyomovsk Urban District “Out-of-town health complex named after Pavlik Morozov” for the functioning of the all-year-round sanatorium camp “Salute” Natalya Nikolaevna Malysheva – teacher Marina Yurievna Malysheva – Shift manager V. M. – deputy. Director for NMR K. P. Mamakov – head of the republican intellectual and creative camp “Cycle” Sergey Mamedov – director T. MamedovaS. – Deputy Director for VRMamiy Daud Kazbekovich – Director of the Republican Natural and Mathematical School at ASU Mamysh-Ogly Ruslan Khalidovich – Teacher of Physical Education Manatova L.K. – Director of MAOU DOD Preschool Educational Center “Forest Fairy Tale”. Marzoeva E.V. – Head of the educational complex of VDC “Ocean” Marzoeva E.V. – Head of the educational complex of VDC “Ocean” Marina Ablaeva Vitalievna – head of the camp (teacher-psychologist) Markina Tatyana Vladimirovna – secretary (senior counselor 2012-2014) Markova S.P. – the head of the Kursk regional children’s and youth public organization “School of youth leaders”, the head of the specialized camp of the OSHML “Komsorg” since 1988 Markova Elena Evgenievna – teacher-organizer Martynova Irina Vladimirovna – deputy director for UVR Martyanova MV – teacher Marukhina Natalya Nikolaevna – methodologist of KGBOUDOD “Altai” preschool educational center Tatyana Evgenievna Matveeva – teacher-psychologist Nina Nikolaevna Matrosova – methodologist, teacher of additional education of the highest qualification category Elena Nikolaevna Makhina – additional education teacher Makhinina Angelina Pavlovna – deputy director Sergey A.Makhov – Director ofYA Gagarina (SAMGRAD) Medvedeva Elena Vladimirovna – English teacher Melanich Natalia Pavlovna – Senior counselor of the LDP. teacher of the first category. Melnikova O.S. – director of the camp Melnikova K.V. – specialist of the organizational and methodological department Merezha Alena Anatolyevna – head of the camp Methodical service of the active camp “Sokolenok” Methodical department of MBOU DOD DDTM suburban camp named after V. Dubinin “Minharisova Elena Nikolaevna – teacher – organizer, teacher of technology Mirzaeva Yulia Aleksandrovna – deputy director for VVVR Mironova Lyubov Mikhailovna – deputy for VR Mironova M.N. – teacher of the Mordovian language and literature, MOU “Gymnasium No. 19” of Saransk, Republic of Mordovia. Miroshnik OS – deputy. Director of MBUDO “Center for Out-of-School Work” Mikhailova Irina Valerievna – Shift Supervisor Mikhailova Evgeniya Vladimirovna – teacher-organizer of ANO OOC ST “Energetik” Mikhailovskaya N.M. – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs OGBU “CDiSO” Health “Mikheeva A.V. – Methodist Mogilevskaya Svetlana Zakharovna – Deputy Director Mogilevskaya N. A. – Head of the Children’s Endocrinology Department of the RCCH Moiseenko Oksana Aleksandrovna – Methodist Natalya Vasilievna Molchanova – Director of the KGBOUDOD “DOOC” Altai “Morgun Yulia Vyacheslavovna – Senior Methodist of the Department of Development and Implementation of Projects Vladimirovna – deputy director for educational and methodological work Marina Yurievna Moskalenko – head of the 1st shift camp, physical education teacherM.A. Sholokhova V. Mukanova – teacher of additional education of Alnashsky DDTM Mulenkova Irina Anatolyevna – methodologist, primary school teacher Mulyar Tatyana Mikhailovna – Head of the camp Mulyar Tatyana Mikhailovna – head of the camp Muniev A. M. – Deputy director of school No. 15 for informatization in Elista, Republic of Kalmyvakia Sergeevna – deputy. Director for VR, physical education teacher Murylyova E. A. – Deputy Director for the organization of recreation, health improvement of children MAOU DOD “Palace of Creativity of Children and Youth” Musanabieva Olga Alekseevna – methodologist Musanabieva O.A. – Methodist of the health camp “Hope” Muslumov Rustam Rafikovich – Associate Professor of the Department of Developmental Psychology and Pedagogical Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogical Sciences of the Ural Federal University Vladimirovna – Deputy Director for organizational and mass work Myachina Svetlana Aleksandrovna – teacher-organizer, teacher of informaticsYu. Novikova – Head of the Department of International and Interregional Cooperation of the KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” – Senior educator T.V. Nauyanis – head. Department of scientific research and design work Nafanailova S. S. – teacher of additional education Non-state educational institution for children “Educational center COMPUTER”A. – Director of ZDOL “Samotsvety” Nepomnyashchaya Galina Sergeevna – Deputy Director for educational work Neronova Olga Borisovna – methodologist Nefedova Anastasia Aleksandrovna – Deputy Head of the camp DOL “Profi-Smena” for educational work Nechaeva E. N. Nechaeva T. V. – Methodist Nizamieva V. About – Director of “Travel Industry” LLC Nikitina E. I. – teacher of additional education Nikiforov O. Yu. – moderator of the course “Cloud technologies” Nikiforova Svetlana Nikolaevna – primary school teacher Nikolaev A.V. – Director of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny”, Ph.D. Nikolaeva L.N. – Head. Methodology room of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny” Nikolayeva Natalya Anatolyevna – Deputy Director Nikolayeva Lidia Nikolaevna – Head of the Methodology Office of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny” Nikulina Svetlana Valentinovna – Head of the Camp Nikulnikov Anton Nikolaevich – Scientific Director of International Cooperation Nikulnikov A. N. Novikova N. Yu – Head of the International Cooperation Department KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” Novikova Yu. N.- Head of the Department of International and Interregional Cooperation KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” Novikova Y. N. – Head of the Department of International and International Cooperation KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” “Novikova Y. N. – Head of the Department of International and Interregional Cooperation KOGAUK “Center for Culture and Tourism of the Kirov Region” “Novoselova E. Yu. – Deputy Director for the Department of Internal Affairs of the ZDOL” Gems “Obukhova Elizaveta Yurievna – teacher of additional education All-Russian public organization” Russian Union of Youth “.Obedkov P. I. Ogneva Natalya Robertovna – Ph.D. Ogol Igor Nikolaevich – head of the educational center “ZOV” Ogorodnikova Natalia Nikolaevna – Senior leader of the LDL Ogorodnikova Natalia Nikolaevna – senior counselor Okiyakova Anastasia Andreevna – senior counselor A.Okiyakova senior leader A. schoolsOkiyakova A.A. – teacher-defectologistOkotto Olga Borisovna – social teacherOkulova Svetlana Aleksandrovna – primary school teacher Olga Zhirnova Vladimirovna – teacher of primary classesOmarova Shakhruzat Isaevna – teacher-organizerOmelyukhin Anton Timofeevich – Deputy director Orlova Elena Rasimov regional pedagogue public organization to promote the reform of housing and communal services “All Houses” Osipova E.S. – Head of the sports and technical department of the Methodical MBOU DOD DDTP Pavlova T. A. – system administrator Pavlova O. N. – moderator of the course “Vector animation” Pavlova Irina Sergeevna – teacher of history and social studies Palmova Galina Yurievna – teacher of fine arts Panina Galina Borisovna – head of information by mass department Panina O. A. – head of the summer health camp with daytime stay of children; Panov Alexander Anatolyevich – senior instructor of sports tourism Panova O.P. – methodologist Paramonova M. A. – senior counselor of the public educational center “Eaglet” Paryokhina T. Yu. – deputy director for educational work Parshina Natalya Vitalievna – teacher-psychologist E. N. Patrikeeva – geography teacher Patrina Svetlana Sergeevna – methodologist Patrushev Maxim Vladimirovich – director of Chemistry and Biological Institute IKBFU I. Kanta Pakhomova Anna Igorevna – Director of MBOU DOD SDYUSSHOR “Belka” Pachina Svetlana Vasilievna – Ph.D. Lomonosov in g.Severodvinsk Pashkevich Marina Ivanovna – teacher of English Pashukhina I. V. – Deputy director for scientific and methodological work Teaching staff of the educational center of the Timurovets educational center Pedagogical staff of MBOU DOD DDT No. 1 of Penza Pedagogical team “Stalker” regional station of young technicians “Pedagogical staff of the department” Youth center “Visit” GBUDOD “OODTDM named after V.P. Polyanichko “pedagogical staff of the school” Zvezdny “FSBEI” All-Russian children’s center “Orlyonok” Pedagogical staff of the MAOU DOD preschool educational center “Orlyonok” Teaching staff of the MAOU DOD preschool educational center “Orlyonok” Teaching staff of the MAOU DOD preschool educational center “Orlyonok” – Pedagogical staff “Teaching staff of MBOU” Secondary School No. 1 “, Valery Soskovets, nast.Kashira Pedagogical detachment “DOM” under the leadership of Lisetskaya Elena Veniaminovna Peknaya Galina Petrovna – primary school teacher Pentina Yu.S. – specialist of the organizational and methodological department Pereladova Irina Mikhailovna – methodologist Peremitina Daria Vasilyevna – Methodist for additional work Perminova E.V. – Methodist of the Central Children’s School of Youth and Sports Maxim Yurievich – senior counselor Perushkina A. K. Pesotskaya O. A. – librarian, teacher of Cuban studies Anatoly Anatolyevich Petrov – deputy director of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” Petrov A.A. – Deputy Director for the Department of Internal Affairs of the State Budgetary Institution of Education of the Center for the Development of Gifted Children S.V. Petrov – teacher Petrova Nataliya Vladimirovna – Deputy Director for NMRPetrova Polina Evgenievna – Methodist of GAU DOD NSO DSOSLKD “Olympian” Petrova T.E. – Director Petrova M. S. – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Work, Deputy Director of the Institute for Social and Pedagogical Activities, Chief of Staff of the Camp “Komsorg” Petrunina E.A. Petukhova Anna Gennadievna – Deputy Director for teaching and educational work Pecheritsa Angela Georgievna – Deputy Director for VR Pecherkina V.N. Pinagorov A.V. – methodologist for organizing summer vacations, teacher-organizer of the department “Studio of modern holiday” Positive “of the highest qualification category Olga Anatolyevna Pisareva – specialist in club work methods Pisareva I.V. – Deputy director for VRPlokhikh Olga Genadievna – primary teacher classes Podgornova Tatyana Vladimirovna – teacher of physical culture Podpovetnaya Olga Sergeevna – Social teacher Polyanskikh N.G. – Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogy of the Orsk Humanitarian and Technological Institute Yulia Vasilievna Ponomareva – Senior counselor, teacher of the German language Ponomareva Valentina Valerievna – Head of the Department for Methodical Work.Popov I. S. – teacher of additional education Popova Anastasia Viktorovna – deputy director for educational work Popova N. N. – deputy director Popovskikh Aleksey Konstantinovich – head of the scientific and methodological service of ANO OOC ST “Energetik” Pronina Irina Anatolyevna – teacher of additional education Raisa Nikiforovna – Chairman of the Coordination Council of the Kursk Regional Public Youth Organization “Educational and Health-Improving Children’s Center” Magister “A. – Deputy Head of ZOL for educational work Proshina T.P. – Methodist of DTDiM of the highest qualification category Prutchenkov A.S. – Deputy Director of the Center for Civic Education, Professor of the Department of Methods of Teaching History of the Academy for Advanced Studies and Professional Retraining of Educational Workers (AIC and PPRO), Doctor Pryanchikova Yu.A. – Deputy Director for educational work Pugovkin Andrey Anotalyevich – Head of the methodological laboratory of the Orenburg regional public organization “Federation of Children’s Organizations” Pudovkina Marina Grigorievna – teacher of Russian language and literature Pustovalova Nadezhda Vladimirovna – Head of the campA. – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs DYUSSHPukhov Denis Anatolyevich – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs Puchkova O. G. – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs Radionova N. A. – President of the Republican Children’s and Youth Public Organization “Union of Tourists of Udmurtia. Federation of Sports Tourism “Radionova NA – President of the Republican Children and Youth Public Organization” Union of Tourists of Udmurtia. Federation of Sports Tourism “MA Raikina – Ph.D., senior lecturer of the Department of Social Pedagogy, head of the IPP practice, methodologist of the” Komsorg “camp Tatiana Vladimirovna Rakova – program coordinator Rakova T.V. – teacher-organizer Ramazanova E. S. – deputy director for educational work of ANO OOC ST “Energetik” Ramazanova E. S. – deputy director of educational work of ANO OEC ST “Energetik” of Nizhnevartovsk “CDT” Rasteryaeva O. G. – head of the art and aesthetic department Ratchina Irina Aleksandrovna – teacher of geography Rachmanina Svetlana Mikhailovna – Deputy director for extracurricular educational work with children Revyakin Igor Vladimirovich – Deputy director, head of the Regional center of military-patriotic education preschool teacher Rikkinen T.P. – school director Rogova Marina Vasilievna – Head of the structural unit “Department of Social Initiatives” Rogova Lyudmila Nikolaevna – Head of MKU RDOL “Bobrenok” Rubtsova Svetlana Nikolaevna – Deputy Director for educational work Rulev MA – teacher Rulie Natalia Aleksandrovna – teacher Ruppental OV – Director Rybina A. V. – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs of the OGBU “CDiSO” Health “Ryzhkina L. P. – Deputy Director for educational work Ryzhkova L. A. – Deputy Director for educational work Ryzhova Natalya Vasilievna – Deputy Director for Internal Affairs Ryzhova E.M. – primary school teacher, head of the GOL on the basis of MBOU gymnasium No. 1 in the city of Kovrov. Rylyova A. I. – deputy director for educational work of the children’s health camp “Friendship” Ryabtseva S.V. – teacher, head of the camp.Ryazankina Lyudmila Vasilievna – Director Ryazanova Tatyana Petrovna – Head of the camp Savekina N.E. – Deputy director for educational work Savicheva Irina Borisovna – deputy director Savchenko A.V. – Deputy Director for educational work Sayfutdinova L. R. – Head of the Department of Educational Programs of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution VDC “Orlyonok”, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences Salmova N. V. – Ch. specialist of the department of preschool, general and additional education of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Mordovia Salnikova Elena Sergeevna – director Samsonova T. V. – Vice-rector for scientific and methodological work of the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education (PC) S “Mordovian Republican Institute of Education” Sannikova T. Yu. – teacher-organizer Saraeva O.A. – head. section of the department “Children’s Order of Mercy” Sarakaeva T. N. – senior counselor Safin N. V. – director of the children’s recreation camp “Friendship”, leading specialist of the Federation of children’s organizations of the Orenburg region Safin Nikita Valerievich – Director of Solnechnaya Dolina LLC Safonova O. A. – gymnasium No. 33, teacher of Russian language and literature Svetlichnaya Yulia Pavlovna – head of the camp Svobodina Yulia Viktorovna – Educator-psychologist Sekreteva Lyudmila Anatolyevna – deputy director of the FSBEI VDC “Smena” Selantyev V.G. – Director of the Alnash children’s and youth sports school A. V. Selezneva – acting. Selivanova KE – methodologist of the children’s educational institution “Forget-me-not” Selukova Maria Nikolaevna – teacher-organizer Semenov Mikhail Aleksandrovich – junior researcher of AI SB RAS Semenov OG – member of the Union of Designers of the Russian Federation, head Semukhina O. A., Director of the Non-governmental Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “NSPU” Semyuk L. A. – Director of the MBOU DOD “Palace of Children and Youth Creativity” of the city district, the city of October Republic of Bashkortostan, Serebryakova A.A. – specialist in social work Serzhantova O. A. – Deputy director of MBU DOL “Chaika” Serzhantova L. N. – teacher-organizer Serova A. Ye. – Deputy director for BP, head of LOUSesina O. Ye. – director Sechenova A. A. – Deputy Director for teaching and educational work of the children’s educational center “Yunost” Sibirtseva Irina Yanisovna – methodologist of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny” Siverskaya Z. – Director Sideleva Sofya Vladimirovna – instructor-methodologist Sidorina Natalia Aleksandrovna – Chairman of the Association of organizers of social projects and events “Coordination Center for Social Support youth “Sidorina N.A. Sidorina N. A. Sidorova Oksana Mikhailovna – teacher-organizer Sidorova Yulia Viktorovna – Deputy Director for educational work Sizova I. A. – Director of MAOU DOD “Palace of Children and Youth Creativity” organization of children’s recreation Smirnova LV – Deputy Director for teaching and educational work Smirnova Irina Aleksandrovna – social teacher Smirnykh MR – senior methodologist Smotrova Marina Perfirevna – Head.department Soboleva N.I. – Deputy Director for Water Resources Management MBOU DOD “Palace of Children and Youth Creativity” Sogrina Olga Valerievna – teacher organizer Sogrina E.I. – Manager of the public organization “Council of Children’s Organizations of the Republic of Tatarstan” Sozonova Tatyana Aleksandrovna – teacher-organizer – director of the country club Sokolova Elena Sergeevna – director Sokolova Nadezhda Vasilievna – head of the camp Soldatova L.V. – deputy. Director for VRSolovova Natalya Fedorovna – head of the camp Soloviev Anatoly Ivanovich – General Director of LLC “Pacifictour” Solovyova Larisa Nikolaevna – head of the sports and tourist base “Yuntur” Solomatina Solomatina Petrovna – teacher of history Solomennikova E.I. – specialist in work with youth of the Autonomous institution of the Udmurt Republic “Youth, children’s, student tourism” specialists of the MCU OPMK “Perekrestok” A. N. Starostenko – mathematics teacher Stepura-Denisova Alexandra Alexandrovna – head of the department of day care for minors (25 beds) Stishkovaya Lidia Aleksandrovna – head of the camp; Strakhova I.S. – Teacher of additional education K.S. Strelnikova, Vice President for Government Relations, AIESEC in Russia, Marina Borisovna Strelnikova, Primary School Teacher, Tatyana Sergeevna Streltsova, Russian Language and Literature Teacher, Tatyana Sergeevna Strokova, Deputy Director for Educational Work. Olesya Gennadievna – Deputy Director for VRSurvillo V.Yu. – Chairman of the Board of Directors of Espro Group of Companies, Vice-President of Delovaya Rossiya LLC Svetlana Nikolaevna Surina – teacher-organizer N.V. Surkis – deputy director of the camp for educational and organizational work Svetlana Evgenievna Surkova – director Inessa Eduardovna Surovova – Educator-organizer Elena Surovtsova Ivanovna – director of MBOU “Secondary school № 7” Susloparova LA – rector Sukhanova IV – deputy director for educational work of MBU-DOL “Rassvetny”Velichko V. – Chairperson of the Altai Regional Union of Children’s and Teenage Organizations; Taidonova Marina Viktorovna – Head of the Fregat JV and Head of the DOO TO “ZOV” “Smena” Tarasova Lada Igorevna – Deputy Director Tatarinova V. M. – Teacher-librarian Tashchilina N. I. – Deputy Director for the Department of Education and Science O. Yu.D. – Deputy. Director for educational work Larisa Valentinovna Terekhova – Methodist E. Terlyakhina – Methodist M. V. Terre – Deputy. Director for VR of the children’s educational institution “Forget-me-not” Timonin AI – Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, KSU named after ON. Nekrasova Timofeeva MA – course “Robotics” Varvara Mikhailovna Tipunova – Chairman of the Kaluga regional organization of the All-Russian public organization “Russian Union of Youth”, head of the department for work with high school students and student self-government bodies GBU KO “Regional youth center” Elena Nikolaevna Tikhomirova – teacher Tikhonov V …I. – Chairman of the Council Tikhonravova Yu. E. – Acting deputy. Director for SD of the Children’s and Youth Center “Helios” Natalya S. Todorova – leading specialist of the department of additional education, educational work and social support of the Education Department of Labytnangi; Trotsenko Raisa Aleksandrovna – primary school teacher Olga Leonidovna Trotsyuk – Deputy Director for educational work Olga Aleksandrovna Tumilovich – additional education teacher Olga Nikolaevna Tungusova – Head of the mass sports department of MAUDONizhnevartovsk “CDT” Tutaeva Nelly Nikolaevna – Deputy head of the department for education, sports and youth policy Tkhazaplizheva Lena Khasanbievna – Director Tylchenko Larisa Vasilievna – program manager, director of GBS (C) OU RH “SKOSHI I, II species” in Abakan Tylchenko L. V. – Director of GBS (C) OU RH “Special (correctional) general education boarding school of I, II types” Tytskiy Alexander Ivanovich – Director of GAU DOD NSO DSOSLKD “Olympian” Tyurina Marina Alekseevna – teacher Tyurina O. Yu. – accountant Tyurina L.L. – Director of the Central Dispensary “Health until 2012 Tyutyunnik Sergey Nikolaevich – Director of the MAU” Camp of recreation and recovery “Losyonok” Ukolova Elena Evgenievna – teacher – organizer Urzhumtseva Natalya Nikolaevna – teacher-organizer Usanina Tatyana Evgenievna – Teacher – organizer of the MAOU DO CDOUSKova Maria Andreev educator Ustinov M. V. Utkina Tatyana Evgenievna – head of the COMPUTER project Utrobina Elena Ivanovna – senior educator Ufimtseva Lyudmila Yurievna – Director of the school Ushakov Igor Nikolaevich – head.cultural sector O. V. Fateeva – deputy. Director for VR, teacher of Kuban studies Fedorov Sergey Vladimirovich – Deputy. Director for educational work Fedorova Natalia Vladimirovna – Deputy General Director for Pedagogical Work Fedotova Tatyana Aleksandrovna – teacher, head of the camp Fedotova N.G. – Deputy Director for educational work of OAOUDOD “Children’s Marine Center” KYUM “Fedulova Valentina Mikhailovna – primary school teacher Feoktistova E.V – methodologist of MAOU DOD “Palace of Children and Youth Creativity” Nikita Igorevich Filatov – Head of youth profile programs of LLC “Pacifictour” Filimonova Irina Vladimirovna – methodologist Filippova E.V. – teacher of technology, art, head of the camp Filippova N.V. – teacher of physical culture Filippova Zoya Fedorovna – Librarian Olga Vitalievna Filippova – head of the methodological department Filippova E.A. – head of the camp “Sun” Filippova A.V. – teacher of additional education OAOUDOD “Children’s maritime center “KYUM Filippova T. A. – Responsible for organizing the work of the camp with a day stay, primary school teacher Filippova T. A. – Responsible for the summer health camp at MOU Filippova T.A. Firago D. V. – Chairman of FDPO KOFrishman I. I. – Deputy Chairman, Director of the Scientific and Practical Center, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor Frolova Natalya Ivanovna – Deputy Director Frolova N. Ye. – Chief Specialist of the Department of Additional Education and Upbringing Ministry of Education of the Nizhny Novgorod Region Zulfira Rifovna Khabibullina – Methodist Anna Vyacheslavovna Khazova – Deputy Director for Urban Development I.A.V. – teacher MBOU SOSH s. New Demkino, Maloserdobinsky district, Aleksey Yurybin Kharybin – program Tamara Aleksandrovna Khluchina – social teacher (camp manager) Svetlana Viktorovna Kholodova – deputy director for educational work of the MBOU secondary school № 4 of the city of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur T. R. Kholodova – head of the studio of fine arts and arts and crafts Khokhlova Larisa V. – Pedagogue – organizer Khramova MA – teacher of fine arts, MHC of the highest category (head of the camp) Khrustaleva Olesya Mikhailovna – methodologist of GBU DO KO “Center for the Development of Gifted Children” Khuzzyatova A.F. – Methodist of the Department for the Implementation of Diverse Programs of MBU “MCTiMK” Vector “T. Tsipulina – Methodist of the” Timurovets “Educational Center Tsydypova L. G. – Teacher of Russian Language and Literature S. Tsymbalenko – Vice-President of the Forum S. Chekanov – Head of the Center for Patriotic Education and Sports of the Palace of Youth of the Republic of Mari El Chekanova E.N. Cheprasova Marina Anatolyevna – Deputy Director for teaching and educational work Cheprasova Nina Ivanovna – primary school teacher Chervyakov D.L. – teacher-organizer Chermeneva Evgenia Evgenievna – Deputy Director for organizational and methodological Chernova Yulia Anatolyevna – Deputy Director for educational work MBOUDOD BGOTS “SAM” Chernyshova E.V. – Head of the camp with a day stay, teacher of fine arts Chernyshova S. V. – teacher of additional education of the highest qualification category of the department “Children’s Order of Mercy” Chetverikova N. A. – Head of the information and methodological center KOGOBU DOD “Palace of Creativity of Children and Youth” Chich E. M. – General Director of LLC “Intourist-Maykop” Chichulina Daria Mikhailovna – Trainer-teacher Chugunova Nadezhda Vladimirovna – methodologist of the ZC DYuT “Zerkalny” Chumakova A. A. – Deputy. Director for educational work Chumachenko Natalia Petrovna – primary school teacher Chuprov Mikhail Georgievich – methodologist of MBOU DOD Palace of creativity of children and youth g.Rostov-on-Don, Chairman of the Rostov Union of Children’s and Youth Organizations Chuchuy Viktor Mikhailovich – teacher of life safety, mathematics, social teacher Shablovskaya Larisa Nikolaevna – head of department Shablovskaya Larisa Nikolaevna – head of department Shablovskaya Larisa Nikolaevna – head of department Shaburova L. Shaguch V.Ya. – Head of the Kavkaz special educational institution Shadrintseva Irina Valerievna – Senior educator Shakirzyanova A. Sh. – Head of the department of social and labor rehabilitation Shamanaeva T.N. – deputy. Director for VR MAOU DOOL “Solnechny” Shamilova Natalya Dmitrievna – social teacher MAOU secondary school No. 1 in Tambov Shamsin R. Zh. Shapor Marina Valentinovna – employee of the State Autonomous Educational Institution of Children’s Education of the Novosibirsk Region “Center for the Development of Creativity of Children and Youth”, Head of the Summer Natural Science School “Laboratory Z +” Shaposhnikova V.V. – deputy director for MKT Sharabarin V.V. – head of the department of methodological work of the camp Sharipova Olga Andreevna – social educator, head of the Formula of Creativity GOTS; Sharipova Gulnafiga Akhmetgaleevna – Deputy Director for OVR Sharonova Elena Andreevna – teacher-organizer, teacher-psychologist I.G. – teacher of Fine Arts MAOU gymnasium No. 52 of the city of Rostov-on-Don Shaternikova Olga Olegovna – head of the camp Shachina Elena Anatolyevna – methodologist Shvetsova Tatyana Aleksandrovna – senior counselor, teacher of English Shvetsova Tatyana Viktorovna – head of the information and methodological department of St. Petersburg Youth Center “Sheludyakova N. V. – senior counselor of the school, organizer of educational work Shepeleva O. Yu. – Head of the city health camp for daytime stay” Brigantine “I. ShilinaB. – Dean of the Faculty of Social Communication, Head of the Department of Social Communication and Organization of Work with Youth, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Shilova Emilia Alekseevna – teacher-organizer Shilyakhina Elena Yurievna – Head of the inpatient department Shishirina N. Ye. – Director of GOU DOD TO “OEBTSU” Shishov Konstantin Valentinovich – teacher of additional educationV. – teacher of fine arts of the MOU DOD “TsVR” Shornikova E.V. – teacher of fine arts of the MOU DOD “TsVR” Shtepa MA – mathematics teacher Shulga Marina Yurievna – teacher of additional education Shundik Antonina Aleksandrovna – Senior methodologist of the department of development and implementation of projects Shutova L. A – Methodist of the MOU DOD “House of Children’s Creativity” Shcheglova Alevtina Evgenievna – Deputy. Shcherbakova Tatyana Alekseevna, director of the MBOU “Kolyubakinskaya secondary school” Shcherbina Sergey Ivanovich – teacher of additional education Shcherbinina Lyudmila Aleksandrovna – head of the camp, teacher Shchipanova E.V. – Deputy Head of the Camp, Deputy Director of MBOU “Secondary School No. 9” in Ryazan Elblause Oksana Nikolaevna – Head of the program “Mosaic of Creativity” DOL “Voskhod”; Senior counselor MBOU “Seversky Lyceum” “Eminov V. I. – Director of the” Forest Fairy Tale “Ertman Yu. N. – shift chief Yuventin T. A. – head of the department of educational projects of the” Laboratory of Intellectual Technologies LINTEH “Yudina Elena Vladimirovna – director of the Gymnasium Yulanova Gulshat Israfilovna – teacher-organizer S.V. – Pedagogue-psychologist of the Children’s and Youth Center “Helios” Yurova O. A. – methodologist of the management of educational programs A. Yurchenko – head of the department of upbringing and additional education Yakimova Y. V. – teacher – organizer Yamileva S. T. – deputy director for scientific and methodological Yanushkevich Natalya Gennadievna – Deputy Director for UVR Yarkova Tatyana Aleksandrovna – Instructor-MethodistFocus of the program:
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TOP-100 2014Select › 90,000 Interview with psychologist Boris Mikhalychev about whether it is necessary to send the child to the camp
We talked with psychologist Boris Mikhalychev about whether to send a child to a summer camp, what to do if he falls in love with a counselor, and how to avoid child hazing.
– Boris Ivanovich, there are two polar opinions: the first is that the children’s camp perfectly socializes the child, and the second is that it is in fact a psychological trauma for him. Which of this is true?
– Here you need to understand that the point of view on the impact of the camp on the child’s psyche is primarily related to the experience of the parents themselves. Those with positive experiences will consider the camp a good idea, while those with negative experiences will think the opposite, even if the camp is great.
Mikhalychev Boris Ivanovich
Psychologist of the Dubravushka children’s camp, author of scientific papers on the topic “Relief of interpersonal tension in children’s groups using group psychotherapy methods”, laureate of the regional award “Psychologist of the Year”.
– So you advise your parents to take a chance and try?
– In my experience, parents are much bolder now in sending their children to camp.Metaphorically speaking, camp is the easiest way to transplant a greenhouse plant into open ground.
But for this plant to take root well, preparation is necessary: firstly, there must be access to fresh air in the greenhouse, and secondly, appropriate care so that our plant does not freeze on the first night or be flooded with rain.
– Yes, but the baby is not nasturtium. Okay, let’s continue with your metaphor: how do you find the right greenhouse?
– First of all, you need to look at how the safety of the camp and children is ensured.
And we are talking not only about purely physical security, but also about psychological: is there a psychologist in the camp, how many counselors, how many children are there. The more, by the way, the better.
Still, of course, the feedback is important, how long has the camp existed, what are its rules, is it possible to meet the director in advance, what kind of doctor is there, what the children will be fed with, how the day will be organized, how much free time the children have.
– At what age does it make sense to send a child to camp, and at what – not?
– Anything.Both preschoolers and teenagers 16 years old, for whom this is their first experience in the camp, can find their charm in it.
– Let’s say the child is already in the camp. But then he calls from there, sobs and asks to pick him up. How to be here?
– The most important thing in this situation is not to broadcast your own excitement to the children. In the first three to four days, adaptation takes place, and many children have a desire to return home.
Parents should calmly figure it out: ask what exactly the child is dissatisfied with, call the camp, ask the counselors how they see the situation.And even if they received the answer “everything is fine,” this does not mean that the camp is bad and everyone is callous there: in a couple of days it is difficult to understand the nuances of each child’s behavior.
– But the parents know and feel their child well. How can they understand what is really going on with him there?
– There is also such a moment: the resistance of the child may be caused by the reason why he was sent to the camp.
Sometimes the main task of the parents is to separate the child from his bad, from their point of view, company for the whole summer.Or from a computer.
And then the children begin a response campaign: “Take me out of here, I feel bad here!” There are, of course, situations when parents give up.
– Many parents, especially those who have been to the camp themselves, are worried that the children will behave there in a way that is too adult. Drinking, smoking, having affairs. How to stop worrying?
– If the parents are already worried, it is unlikely that this can be completely stopped. You just need to choose wisely.In our camp, for example, smoking is strictly prohibited, and in case of repeated violation of this rule, the child goes home. In addition, we try to make sure that children do not have the time and desire for such manifestations of protest.
– Why immediately protest. I myself went to the camp, and there if you are a teenager and want to be popular, then, for example, carrying a bottle of champagne under the director’s nose is a great valor.
– Ideally, the relationship between children and adults in the camp should be built in such a way that children understand: here they do not need to defend their boundaries with conflict methods.
– And if this is love?
– We do not interfere with the formed couples, but counselors and educators try not to let them out of sight.
– What if a child falls in love with a counselor? This, frankly, is not uncommon.
– It is clear that no one cancels children’s love. The whole question is how the counselor will behave in this case. It is in order to correctly orient the counselors, who themselves are not so different in age from the children from the older detachments, that a “counselor school” is held in advance in good camps.
It is very difficult to keep the line: to be open and close so that the children trust you, but still maintain a distance, remaining inaccessible to adults. It is important here not to go into the familiarity format.
– How to teach a child to communicate correctly with other children, to become a leader?
– Not every child wants to be a leader, not everyone needs it. In addition, it is the task of the counselor – to distribute the activities between the children in such a way that everyone can show their strengths.In the end, the satisfaction with the camp depends on how much the child managed to be a winner there.
– There is a question that I cannot help but ask: how to avoid child hazing?
– As a rule, such things happen with the connivance of the counselors and indicate that he did not cope with the situation. From my point of view, hazing is excluded if there is an adult with an authoritative position.
– In what situations should a child know that he needs to talk to an adult now? And how to figure out which of them should be trusted?
– In any uncomfortable situation for himself, the child should speak with an adult.And the leader of his squad does not necessarily become this confidant – it can be a teacher, a leader of a circle, or even a director of a camp.90,000 4 city camps for children and teenagers
4 city camps for children and teenagers
Camp for teenagers at ZIL
Metro station “Avtozavodskaya”
Vostochnaya, 4, bldg.1
June 3 – August 30 There is a selection through a creative competition, registration – [email protected] Cost: 14,500 rubles. per shift, 1 500 p. per day.
Each of the six 12-day shifts (from 10.00 to 18.00) is devoted to one urban theme: ecology, urban studies, theater, science, media and English. By the end of the shift, each teenager, with the help of curators, can prepare his own project.In addition to the main master classes, there are also screenings of films, contemporary dance classes, ping-pong, board games, quests and kites.
Science camp in Sokolniki
Sokolnichesky Krug Ave.
Children of 6-12 years old are taken, shifts alternate from June 3 to August 30, registration – (499) 340 91 95.Cost: from 7,500 rubles. up to 10,000 rubles
One Innocamp shift lasts five days (10.00-18.00), there are about 10 of them over the summer, two topics to choose from – “Robotics” or “Experiments around us”. Children build robots and arrange “robot battles” or build a model of an electrical circuit, grow crystals, etc. There is a possibility of partial participation in shifts.
Camp “Kaitana” in the Jewish Cultural Center on Nikitskaya
st.B. Nikitskaya, 47/3
Enrollment – (495) 787 45 60. Cost: for children 2–7 years old – 8,000–12,500 rubles; for children 7-14 years old – 14 800-24 800 rubles. (depending on the mode).
Children 2-7 years old look for treasures for a week, read ancient manuscripts, draw, sculpt, go to the zoo and dolphinarium. In adolescents 7-14 years old, everything is more serious: six shifts of two weeks. Each is on a different topic: English (taught by British actor and director Martin Cook), natural history, art and tolerance, animation, Israeli cuisine (master classes from Ragout director Denis Krupeni).
Children’s camp at Winzavod
4th Syromyatnichesky per., 1, bldg. 6
May 30 – August 31 Cost: 7 days – 1,400 rubles. per day, 5 days – 1,500 rubles. per day, 3 days – 1 600 rubles. per day, 1 day – RUB 1,800 (with meals).
Children from 5 to 15 years old will engage in ceramics, sculpture, architecture, painting on weekdays, arrange shadow theater, DJ, create art objects, shoot cartoons, play football, watch movies and go on a hike in nature.Breakfast, lunch and dinner – at Tsurtsum Cafe. You can bring the child at any time and leave for any number of days. The main thing is to write it down by phone (495) 782 51 87 and then pick it up no later than 21.