The Nice Center at NDSU is partnering with 4-H to conduct a virtual summer camp titled “Nice Idea: Innovation and Creativity in Your Community Camp.” The free camp runs July 27-30 from 10 a.m. to noon each day.
Campers age 13 and up are welcome, and they do not need to be a 4-H member.
Participants will learn how create ways to improve their communities. Each camper will receive a “Nice Box” filled with supplies. They will have one challenge each day, break into discussion small groups and share ideas through a Zoom video conference.
On the final day of camp, the students will receive a North Dakota challenge – a problem facing many North Dakota communities that they can help solve.
“We are excited to pursue our vision of entrepreneurship for all by training young people to use creativity to solve problems,” said Scott Meyer, Ozbun Executive Director of Entrepreneurship and director of The Nice Center. “They will meet and work with campers and mentors from across the state. In this way, Nice Camp builds an early network for aspiring entrepreneurs, while giving them the skills and experience they need to take action.”
Space is limited for Nice Camp, and reservations are requested. North Dakota 4-H will confirm registrations.
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